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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. A Multimedia Web-Supplement to a Course on Beethoven

    Anthony De Ritis, Northeastern University, United States

    www.beethoven.neu.edu is the result of a faculty initiative sponsored by Northeastern University's College of Arts & Sciences, with a goal of understanding better the implications of technology... More

    pp. 390-391

  2. There Is Still Hope for ICT in Flanders Fields. ICT in Education: the Use, Benefits, Barriers and Expectations as Perceived by Educators at Flemish universities.

    Katie Goeman, Nathalie Blocry & Eric De Vos, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium

    In this paper we present the main research findings of a large scale investigation about the state of the art in ICT use for educational purposes in Belgium, and specifically the current situation ... More

    pp. 392-397

  3. The Pedagogical Implications of Integrating Brain Research into Technology-based Lesson Plans

    Lawrence Kajs, Susan Hilburn & John Decman, University of Houston - Clear Lake, United States

    Abstract: Today's teachers have been presented with exciting phenomena. First, the impact of brain-based research on classroom activities is beginning to take shape as educational leaders... More

    pp. 398-399

  4. HDSL An e-education Hypertext Document Structuring Language

    Henri Delebecque, supelec, France

    The development of a set of educational web pages is a complex task, because it involves multiple abilities: to be a content author, a graphist, an ergonomist. Moreover, this task has to be redone ... More

    pp. 400-401

  5. Design Guidelines for Digital Learning Material for Food Chemistry Education

    Harry Gruppen, Alphons G.J. Voragen, Rob Hartog, Martin Mulder, Harm Biemans & Julia Diederen, Wageningen University, Netherlands

    This paper describes the first stage of a four year research project on the design, development and use of web based digital learning material for food chemistry education. The paper discusses... More

    pp. 402-407

  6. Medical Education: a multimedia enhanced BlackBoard Course

    Kara Krejci, Melissa Diers & Barbara Heywood, University of Nebraska Medical Center, United States

    The University of Nebraska Medical Center is a leader among the US Medical Schools with graduates who choose Primary Care Medicine. The ability to accurately diagnose an ear disease is an important... More

    pp. 408-409

  7. Following Faraday's steps at high school, using microcomputer based labs

    Panagiotis Dimitriadis, University of Athens, Greece

    The new information technologies can create a more productive educational environment for physics teaching. In this paper we describe the use of microcomputer based labs (MBL) for the studying of... More

    pp. 410-411

  8. Designing a Master of Science online degree program

    Clayton Allen & Rita Dobbs, The University of Texas at Tyler, United States

    This session will include critical information for administrators and faculty in higher education to develop and implement an on-line master's degree program in Technology/Human Resource... More

    pp. 412-413

  9. Should instructional designers be project managers?

    Rod Sims, Deakin University, Australia; Jackie Dobrovolny, Triple Play, United States; Joe Lamos, Cooperative Program for Operational Meteorology, Education and Training (COMET), United States; Tim Spannaus, Wayne State University, United States

    Why do so many instructional design projects struggle? Perhaps one reason is that the projects are managed by instructional designers who have little project management experience. Experienced... More

    pp. 414-419

  10. Flowcharts as a Basis for Procedural Training and Task Support

    Elias Holman & Eric Domeshek, Stottler Henke Associates, Inc., United States; John Mohammed, Stottler Henke Associates, Inc, United States; James Ong, Stottler Henke Associates, Inc., United States

    In the work reported here, we have set ourselves the goal of creating cost-effective high-quality automated on-line learning environments for procedural tasks. The result is an initial... More

    pp. 420-425

  11. Trends for Distance Education: Getting the Big Picture for the Coming Decade

    Venita Doughty, Denver Seminary, United States; Joanna Dunlap & Barbara Rusnak, University of Colorado at Denver, United States; Patrick Parrish, COMET/UCAR, United States; Patti Shank, Learning Peaks LLC and Online Learning Magazine, United States

    A number of educational and societal trends are analyzed for their potential impact on the practice of distance education. The trends reflect the various ideologies and values currently found... More

    pp. 426-431

  12. Supporting and Hosting Web-Based Learning Systems in the University of Wisconsin System

    Charlene Douglas, dot.edu, University of Wisconsin System, United States

    dot.edu is an Educational Application Service Provider of the University of Wisconsin System. It provides hosting, software training, instructional design consultation, and 24x7 Help Desk for the ... More

    pp. 432-436

  13. Agent technologies in the electronic classroom: some pedagogical issues

    Carolyn Dowling, Australian Catholic University, Australia

    The use of intelligent software agents within computer mediated learning environments has become an important focus of research and development in both AI and educational contexts. Some of the... More

    pp. 437-442

  14. Creativity and Efficacy in Implementing a Guiding Partner Approach: Thinkquest for Tomorrow's Teachers PT3 Project

    Sue Eskridge & Marilyn Draheim, University of the Pacific, United States

    Abstract: The ThinkQuest for Tomorrow's Teachers' PT3 catalyst grant provides work in progress in implementing a guiding partner approach to preparing preservice teachers to work collaboratively... More

    pp. 443-444

  15. The New Scholar's Interface: Virtual Image Technologies Compared

    Fred Dee & James Duncan, The University of Iowa, United States

    Virtual slide and virtual image technology has the potential to revolutionize the way we teach and share microscopy and other kinds of high-resolution images. This technology applies to not only... More

    pp. 445-446

  16. Applying the REAL model to web-based instruction: An overview

    Scott Grabinger & Joanna Dunlap, University of Colorado at Denver, United States

    A challenge for educators today is teaching lifelong learning and critical thinking skills in online environments. This is a challenge for two reasons. First, organizations are pressuring educators... More

    pp. 447-452

  17. Xtreme Learning Control: Examples of the Open Source Movement's Impact on Our Educational Practice in a University Setting

    Brent Wilson, David Young & Joanna Dunlap, University of Colorado at Denver, United States

    This paper describes how Open Source philosophy – a movement that has developed in opposition to the proprietary software industry – has influenced our educational practice in the pursuit of... More

    pp. 453-458

  18. Using Technology to Create and Enhance Cooperative Learning

    James Dvorak, Oklahoma Christian University, United States; Karen Buchanan, Oklahoma Christian University -- Cascade College, United States

    Research supports the integration of cooperative/collaborative learning both in and out of the classroom. One course at Oklahoma Christian University has been technology-enhanced in order to... More

    pp. 459-464

  19. Adoption of Computer-Based Instructional Methodologies: A Case Study

    Margaret Vorndam & Samuel Ebersole, University of Southern Colorado, United States

    Qualitative data collected from 24 lead faculty members at a regional comprehensive university were analyzed to discover barriers and incentives to the adoption of educational technology. Leading... More

    pp. 465-471

  20. Mediating Collective Discussions Using an Intelligent Argumentation-Based Framework

    Marco Antonio Eleuterio, PUC PR, Brazil

    This paper describes AMANDA, a method for mediating asynchronous discussions among distant learners. AMANDA is intended to help tutors achieve better results from group discussions and improve... More

    pp. 472-477