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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. It takes more than a workshop: Moving faculty online

    Susan Colaric, East Carolina University, United States; Phyllis Broughton, Martin Community College, United States

    In North Carolina the community college system has seen a 301% increase in Internet course enrollments over the last three years. Currently more than 53,000 students are enrolled in distance... More

    pp. 409-412

  2. Learner Expectations and Experiences: Accounting students’ perspectives of technology-supported learning

    Fiona Concannon & Antoinette Flynn, University of Limerick, Ireland

    The aim of this study is to explore students' perceptions of elearning in a large undergraduate accounting class environment. Elearning technologies are increasingly widespread, often employed for ... More

    pp. 413-416

  3. Video/Audio Production for Internet-Based Courses: An Overview of Technologies for Use on both Desktop and Handheld Devices.

    Lloyd Curtis & Penelope Swenson, California State University Bakersfield, United States

    Video as a means of presenting information in online courses blurs the boundaries between an online and in-person experience. Portable devices with Internet connectivity and wireless networking... More

    pp. 417-419

  4. eFOLIOS On A Shoestring Budget: Using Data Driven Web Applications To Manage And Assess Electronic Portfolios

    David Dalton, Kent State University, United States

    Electronic portfolios provide an ideal mechanism to display authentic student work products, tied to critical academic standards. However, managing a large-scale electronic portfolio system is a... More

    pp. 420-422

  5. Developing and Applying an Analysis Framework for Corporate E-Learning

    Wim Veen & Willem Van Valkenburg, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands; Pieter De Vries, Cinop & Delft University of Technology, Netherlands

    The complexity of e-learning is related to the need for integration with the companies learning strategy, the organisation and IT-structure to become successful. To guide this process an e-learning... More

    pp. 423-430

  6. The Road to Success : Learning from Failure

    Koen DePryck, Sophie Van der Avort, Christiane Andries & Koen Laurent, CVO Antwerpen-Zuid, Belgium

    CVO Antwerpen-Zuid is a center for adult education near Antwerp; Belgium. With 4800 students and a staff of 120 it is one of the larger learning centers for adults in the Flemish part of the... More

    p. 431

  7. Building Collaborations with Higher Education Institutions Utilizing Telecommunications

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

    This paper provides critical information to higher education personnel for designing/implementing undergraduate/graduate degree programs utilizing hybrid technology, collaborations, and technical... More

    pp. 432-435

  8. Virtual Collaboration and Visualization: A Web Based Learning Module

    Jerry Drake & Joel Foreman, George Mason University, United States

    This report focuses on the design, implementation, and assessment of a web based learning module whose development was sponsored by a Federal government agency. The ?LM2? module is intended to... More

    pp. 436-439

  9. The Blog and the Borg: a Collective Approach to E-Learning

    Jon Dron, University of Brighton, United Kingdom

    This paper describes the use of tools and procedures to encourage reflective learning in a blended-learning postgraduate course. Its ethos encourages self-organized collaborative learning with... More

    pp. 440-443

  10. Preparing Preservice Teachers for Diverse Classrooms: Influences of CMS on Beliefs and Instructional Practices

    Thea Dunn, University of Wisconsin-River Falls, United States

    The multi-year study discussed in this paper focuses on the use of a course management system (CMS) to deliver video clips and support shared reflections in a field-based elementary mathematics... More

    pp. 444-447

  11. Demonstration of a Technology-Based Health Behavior Change Solution

    Suzanne Ebbers, Florida State University, United States

    Health behavior change is a highly challenging form of learning. As is the case of Type 2 diabetes, multiple behaviors must be simultaneously addressed. Because little to no sustained support,... More

    pp. 448-450

  12. Are All Cases Equal? Advances in Technology and Case Pedagogy in Teacher Education

    Kellah Edens & Richard Hult, The University of South Carolina, United States

    There has been recent and growing research attention on the use of cases and case methods in teacher education. Lynn (1998) describes a typology of case method formats. These formats include... More

    pp. 451-452

  13. Evaluating Teaching Performance in Blackboard: Expanding the Traditional Evaluation-of-Teaching Model using Flashlight

    Kellah Edens, The University of South Carolina, United States

    The purpose of this brief paper proposal is to 1) describe the development and implementation of an evaluation instrument measuring the teaching and instructional effectiveness in an online class... More

    pp. 453-454

  14. Learner-driven Assembly of Web-based Courseware

    Robert Farrell & John Thomas, IBM Research, United States

    This paper describes an approach to driving learning experiences directly from the user's immediate learning needs. This approach was used to create short, targeted web-based courses on information... More

    pp. 455-462

  15. On-Line learning and Traditional Organizations

    Bjorn Faugli, Hedmark University College, Norway

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    pp. 463-470


    Pamela Felder-Wright, Naundra Heidelberg & Sharon Middleton, Alcorn State University, United States

    One major concern for special educators has been how to meet specific learning needs of special education students. Through a collaborative effort, a partnership was formed with Alcorn State... More

    p. 471

  17. An Online Language Lab: Reaching and Teaching at a Distance

    Garry Forger, Jim Reynaert & Susan Penfield, The University of Arizona, United States

    The ubiquity of computer technology has moved into all areas of education at all levels. Our background in dealing with technology and language instruction has shown that technology can... More

    pp. 472-473

  18. Hidden Treasures on the Internet: The Gateway to Educational Materials (GEM) Project

    Garry Forger, The University of Arizona, United States

    This session will describe the background, research foundations, and future efforts of the Gateway to Educational Materials (GEM) Project . GEM is sponsored by the U.S. Department... More

    pp. 474-475


    Shirley Freed, Andrews University, United States

    This study shows the relationship between rhythms of interaction in the bulletin board space and successful completion of the course. It identifies three major types of learners: consistent,... More

    pp. 476-477

  20. Learning objects and the level of mathematical thinking

    George Gadanidis, Faculty of Education, Canada

    In this paper we propose a scheme for classifying the mathematical thinking facilitated by learning objects. With references to examples of existing learning objects, we describe four levels of... More

    pp. 478-485