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E-Learn 2003--World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education



Allison Rossett

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This conference has 8 award papers. Show award papers

Number of papers: 600

  1. Investigating Instructional Utility of e-Learning Modules

    Deborah Stirling, Gary Bitter & Paul Skiera, Arizona State University/Technology Based Learning and Research, United States

    This study formatively evaluated online training modules in networking skills. These modules are part of the e-Learning Network (a curriculum covering Internetworking concepts), developed with the... More

    pp. 317-320

  2. "The course statistics are the answer, what was the question?"

    Louise Thorpe, Paul Helm & Liz Aspden, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom

    This paper will review the statistical reporting features provided within virtual learning environments. It will consider the role they play as indicators of student activity and in evaluating the ... More

    pp. 321-324

  3. Collaborative Evaluation of Teaching for E-Learning

    Chih-Hsiung Tu, Cherng-Jyh Yen, Michael Corry & Robert Ianacone, The George Washington University, United States

    Evaluation of teaching is an effective strategy to improve teaching. Online evaluation of teachers has not received appropriate attention as a tool to improve teaching in various levels of... More

    pp. 325-330

  4. NOWS-Technique: Participation-orientated Evaluation of Further Education Strategies and Measures

    Giuseppe Strina, Institut fuer Unternehemskybernetik e. V., Germany; Jaime Uribe, Institut fuer Unternehmenskybernetik e.V., Germany

    This paper introduces a technique for a benefit-orientated profitability evaluation of Training and Further Education measures, that will principally put small and medium sized enterprises in the... More

    pp. 331-338

  5. Advanced Online Education: Bradley University Experience

    Vladimir Uskov, Bradley University (USA), United States

    This paper briefly describes Bradley University (Peoria, IL, USA) activity and experience in teaching of innovative online courses based on advanced multimedia streaming technologies and Web... More

    pp. 339-342

  6. Validation of e-Fuzion: a Wireless Classroom Technology

    Patrick Bristow, Ji-Hye Park, Tim Wentling & Chad Peiper, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States

    The purpose of this study was to explore the potential of wireless devices and associated collaborative software developed for the improvement of learning by undergraduate students in a large class... More

    pp. 343-350

  7. Evaluating an Online Graduate Program: The Plan and the Process

    Elizabeth Willis & Laura Sujo de Montes, Northern Arizona University, United States

    The web-based Master's of Education in Educational Technology (MEd in Ed Tech) program at the Center for Excellence in Education (CEE) at Northern Arizona University (NAU) is in its second year of ... More

    pp. 351-353

  8. The Evaluation of a Web-Based Supplementary Course

    Younghee Woo, University of Georgia, United States

    The ERSH 8310 WebCT course is a web-based supplementary course. The WebCT course was evaluated using three primary methods for gathering information to improve the students' learning experience as ... More

    pp. 354-356

  9. The State of WBT in Turkey: The Near Future

    Soner Yildirim & Selin Baykal, Middle East Technical University, Turkey

    This study is undertaken to assess web-based training (WBT) as a tool for corporate training in information technology (IT) organizations in Turkey, by using the experiences, perceptions and... More

    pp. 357-360

  10. An Analysis of Learners' Interactions with Course Package and Learning Support Services in Distance Learning

    Jianwei Zhang, Educational Technology Center, Tsinghua University, China; Yanqing Sun, School of psychology, Beijing Normal University, China; Gengsheng Wu & Xueyou Wang, Educational Technology Center, Tsinghua University, China

    This study implemented a survey on learners' utilizations and experiences of various formats of distance learning resources spanning from the sub-system of course package to that of learning... More

    pp. 361-368

  11. Evaluation of an On-Line EFL/ESL Course in China

    Jiarong Zhao, University of Connecticut, United States; Xi Yu, Nanjing University, China

    As with many other subject areas, online courses are increasingly being offered in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (EFL)/English as a Second Language (ESL) all over the world. This brief... More

    pp. 369-373

  12. Creating History Through a Web-Based Associative Network

    Tel Amiel, University of Georgia, United States

    A new model for the teaching and learning of history is presented. Using a collaborative, web-based tool, students actively construct an understanding of history by creating associative models of... More

    pp. 374-377

  13. From Crisis (in The Kremlin) to Virtual Elections, Partnerships for technology integrations: Integrating technology into the curriculum through faculty and instructional technology resource partnerships

    David Armstrong, Santa Clara University, United States

    The focus of the Instructional Technology programs at Santa Clara University is to aid faculty in the effective use of technology through partnerships with Instructional Technology staff across the... More

    pp. 378-381

  14. Developing an Organizational e-Learning Strategic Plan

    Carole Bagley, The Technology Group, Inc. and University of St Thomas, United States

    Corporations and organizations who engage in enterprise-wide e-Learning must realize that the initial expense is costly and therefore, top level management, learners and instructors must buy into... More

    pp. 382-385

  15. Design and implementation strategies to support on-line programs for off-shore teaching

    Sue Bennett, Lori Lockyer & Ian Brown, University of Wollongong, Australia

    By taking advantage of new on-line technologies many Australian universities now offer distance education programs to attract off-shore students. Rather than travel to Australia to study, these... More

    pp. 386-389

  16. Curriculum Development is a Process of Action and Reflection

    Madhumita Bhattacharya, Massey University, New Zealand; Toomas Tenno, University of Tartu, Estonia

    This paper is based on the work done towards the development of graduate studies program in Educational Technology for the University of Tartu in Estonia. Initially the curriculum has been... More

    pp. 390-393

  17. Facilitation of Professional Development Through the Use of Video Based Online Discussion

    Madhumita Bhattacharya, Massey University, New Zealand

    This paper describes a video based online discussion system. The system has been implemented for the topic of IT classroom management in a training course of introductory Information Communication ... More

    pp. 394-397

  18. Comfortable Computing – Ergonomics of Technology Integration

    Raj Boora, University of Alberta, Canada

    Of the many factors that may play a role in the limited use of technology in pre service teacher education is the lack of access to computer labs and the physical setup of the computer lab itself. ... More

    pp. 398-401

  19. University of Colorado Online Tutoring Program

    Roxanne Byrne, University of Colorado at Denver, United States

    The University of Colorado has implemented an online tutoring program for Mathematics, Sciences, Business and Writing. The project is in its 4th year. This presentation will discuss the successes... More

    pp. 402-404

  20. Inquiring the K-12 Teachers' E-Learning Environment in Taiwan

    Dian-fu Chang, Professor of the department of Educational Policy and Administration, National Chi Nan University, Taiwan; Juei-Hain Wang, Graduate Institute of Education ,National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan

    Taiwan's government has spent a great deal of money investing in the K-12 education program. Along with the digital era coming, Taiwan's national and local governments understand that E- Learning... More

    pp. 405-408