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ED-MEDIA 2002--World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications

2002

Editors

Philip Barker; Samuel Rebelsky

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Number of papers: 533

  1. Multimedia and visual Learning: build Interactive elements for course/syllabus

    Astrid Palm & Aldegonda (Mieke) Caris, Adelphi University, United States

    At the Faculty Technology Center of Adelphi University, we support and advise faculty in technology-related questions or projects. We offer ongoing workshops on a large variety of topics in... More

    pp. 243-244

  2. On-line AACE Forums: Joining, Participating, and Leading

    Roger Carlsen, Wright State University, United States

    Educators increasingly live more frenzied professional and personal lives. Yet, the demands to stay connected, collaborate, and learn continue to exert pressure on us. Participation on professional... More

    pp. 245-249

  3. Activating Web-Based Learning

    Judi Repman & Randal D. Carlson, Georgia Southern University, United States

    Students today expect learning to be linked to the real world and by using active learning strategies we can help students develop those links. Active web-based learning involves the user being... More

    pp. 250-251

  4. Introduction to Educational Computer Technology: Evaluating a first phase of a Distance Learning Program in Brazil

    Carmen Granja, Elizabeth Soares Bastos, Janete Bolite Frant, Rosane Mello & Fábio Ferrentini Sampaio, CEDERJ, Brazil; Angela Carrancho da Silva, CEDERJ/UERJ, Brazil; Alberto Tornaghi, CEDERJ, Brazil

    This paper presents an evaluation model developed for the pedagogical approach implemented on a Distance Learning Program sponsored by CEDERJ. We examined aspects such as interactivity, student... More

    pp. 252-255

  5. NASA Langley/CNU Distance Learning Programs

    Randall Caton, Christopher Newport University, United States; Thomas Pinelli, NASA Langley Research Center, United States

    The technologies associated with distance learning continue to evolve rapidly, giving to educators a potential tool for enhancing the educational experiences of large numbers of students... More

    pp. 256-260

  6. The Evolving Electronic Classroom

    Robert Cavenagh, Dickinson College, United States

    The Evolving Electronic Classroom: Electronic Classrooms have become increasingly common over the past decade. The combination of data projectors, computers, video playback, and a range of... More

    pp. 261-262

  7. A personalized navigation tool for online listening and free browsing: The Glass Engine

    Mark Podlaseck, IBM TJ Watson Research Center, United States; Margaret Chan, Columbia University, New York, United States

    This paper describes Glass Engine, a novel single-paged interactive visualization developed at the IBM T J Watson Research Center in conjunction with the composer, Philip Glass. This multi... More

    pp. 263-264

  8. Assessing and Analyzing the Effects of WBLP on Learning Processes and Achievements: Using the Electronic Portfolio for Authentic Assessment on University Students' Learning

    Chi-Cheng Chang, National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan

    A Web-Based Learning Portfolio (WBLP) was evaluated through practical teaching process to understand if the WBLP system helps students to grasp the learning process and enhances learning outcomes.... More

    pp. 265-270

  9. Record desktop activity as streaming videos for asynchronous, video-based collaborative learning

    Chih-Kai Chang, Da-Yeh University, Taiwan

    As Web-based courses using videos become popular in recent years, the issue of managing audio-visual aids becomes noteworthy. The contents of audio-visual aids may include a lecture, an interview, ... More

    pp. 271-276

  10. An Interactive Storytelling System for the Pearl of the Desert Exhibit

    Pai-Tzu Chang, National Museum of Natural Science, Taiwan

    Computer technology brings flexibility and more interactive into museum exhibition. The characteristic of computer multimedia can present audio, video, graphic, animation as well as text with well-... More

    pp. 277-278

  11. A Study of Internet Situations with Smileys

    Yaowen Chang, Teachers College Columbia Unviersity, United States

    Netspeak (Crystal, 2001) - the language of Internet communications - may be considered a hybrid of spoken and written languages. "Smileys" are part of the emerging Netspeak. Given that literacy... More

    pp. 279-280

  12. Problem-based Learning in an On-line Biotechnology Course

    Tom Ingebritsen & James Cheaney, Iowa State University, United States

    Biotechnology in Agriculture, Food, and Human Health is a World Wide Web course developed by Project BIO, a program to develop and share Internet biology education resources, at Iowa State... More

    pp. 281-282

  13. The design of a web-based calculus learning environment

    Yu-Hua Pai, Chia-Huei Ho, Ching Hui Chen & Mei-Chen Chu, Ming Chuan University, Taiwan

    For most students in the Department of Information Management, "calculus" has always been one of the most difficult courses to study. Although calculus teachers often use visual aids to demonstrate... More

    pp. 283-284

  14. Enhancing Distance Education with Aglets

    Hsin-Chu Chen, Clark Atlanta University, United States; Jho-Ju Tu, Kean University, United States

    The Internet has become a ubiquitous environment for students, researchers, and educators to share resources, exchange information, distribute reports, and collect data since the creation of the... More

    pp. 285-286

  15. Design of Web-based Adaptive Learning System

    Kedong Li & Pinde Chen, South China Normal University, China

    Web-based education systems are becoming increasingly popular in recent years; however, most of the systems developed so far use static hypermedia as the manner of representing contents. It's a... More

    pp. 287-292

  16. Design Considerations for Computer-based Simulations in Education

    Teresa Chen, CSULB, United States

    Computer-based simulations have the potential to enhance the transfer of learning by providing students with surrogate learning environments. However, the success of simulations to a certain... More

    pp. 293-294

  17. The Effect of Elaboration Strategies in a Hypertext Environment on Learning

    Chung-Pei Chuang & Wei-Fan Chen, The Pennsylvania State University, United States

    This study investigated one of the most referred and applied instructional theories, Charles Reigeluth's Elaboration Theory, in a hypertext environment. The Elaboration-Theory-Based hypertext (as... More

    pp. 295-296

  18. Development and Implementation of Web-based electronic Teaching-Learning Unit Systems

    Jong-Pil Cheon, Inchon National University of Education; Jang-Mi Paek, Hanyang University; chul-Hwan Lee, Inchon National University of Education

    Developed web-based system of an electronic teaching-learning unit is practically used in school fields now. It is worth an alternative proposal of the PowerPoint-type plans that the Ministry... More

    pp. 297-299

  19. The Content Engineering Agent: A TBL-based e-Course Development Tool

    Bruce Cheung, Lucas Hui, L Kwok & Joseph Lee, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

    With the advance in Internet technology, "e-learning" becomes an active research topic. To make e-learning an effective learning mode, both technology and pedagogy are equally important. However,... More

    pp. 300-305

  20. Animated pedagogical agents: Where do we stand?

    Jan Elen & Geraldine Clarebout, University of Leuven, Belgium; W. Lewis Johnson, University of Southern California, United States

    Abstract In this contribution animated pedagogical agents are looked at from an instructional design perspective. A 'support-typology' was constructed based on different dimensions on which support... More

    pp. 306-311