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E-Learn 2004--World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education



Janice Nall; Robby Robson

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This conference has 13 award papers. Show award papers

Number of papers: 551

  1. Teaching philosophies and practices of highly experienced online educators

    radha ganesan, syracuse university, United States

    With the Internet's rapid growth, the Web has become a powerful medium of teaching and learning at a distance (Khan, 1997). The idea of educating oneself with the flexibility of time and place... More

    pp. 649-650

  2. Using a Web-Cam to Foster Personalization in an Online Course.

    Abigail Garthwait, University of Maine, United States

    This paper describes the process and results of a pilot project using an inexpensive web-cam to provide evaluative comments on student projects in a graduate-level teacher education course.... More

    pp. 651-655

  3. Learning objects as facilitators of collaborative working in web based course development

    MariaDolores Gonzalez & Edward Bermudez, UAM, Mexico

    This paper presents the fortitude of the collaborative work, when designing courses, based on our experiences in the introduction of the paradigm of learning objects. Particularly we refer to the... More

    pp. 656-659

  4. Redesign of a Multimedia Course to Reflect Process Not Product

    Penelope Goward & Yi-Ping Phoebe Chen, School of IT, Deakin University, Australia

    Abstract: Universities are moving towards an environment of online teaching and learning. This is impacting the revision of degree programmes. A multimedia design course was revised to reflect and ... More

    pp. 660-665

  5. Teacher Training on Human Rights Through E-Learning

    F. Dilek Gozutok, Ankara University, Turkey; Yasemin Gulbahar, Baskent University, Turkey

    The aim of this study is to evaluate the pilot study of teacher training through e-learning. Therefore, the fifth book is selected from the series of books titled "I am a Humanbeing: Education on... More

    pp. 666-671

  6. Designing and Evaluating E-Learning in Software Engineering: Approaches from Learning Theories

    Said Hadjerrouit, Agder University College, Norway

    In order to realize the full potential of E-learning, three modes of learning should be implemented. First, E-learning can support objectivist learning based on the delivery of learning materials... More

    pp. 672-679

  7. Learner’s Version of a Professional Environment: Film Subtitling as an ICTE Tool for Foreign Language Learning

    Thanasis Hadzilacos & Spyros Papadakis, Hellenic Open University and Computer Technology Institute, Greece; Stavroula Sokoli, Hellenic Open University and Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Greece

    Learning a new language can be tedious -except in the environment actually used, in which case it is most exciting. Active learning and engaging learning activities are prominent among the -often... More

    pp. 680-685

  8. The Future of Schools from a European Union Perspective - - Selecting, analyzing and disseminating the most innovative approaches out of more than 800 EU-funded projects

    Henrik Hansson, Institute of International Education/Department of Education, the Multimedia unit, Sweden; Scott Hall, nstitute of International Education, Sweden

    What can we learn from EU-school projects about the future learning approaches? The European Union has invested massively in ICT-projects promoting innovative use of the new technologies in school ... More

    pp. 686-692

  9. Faculty Training for Online Course Development: One Model and Its Outcomes

    Lin Harper, The University of Southern Mississippi, United States

    The University of Southern Mississippi supports faculty in a variety of ways in the development of online courses, including a week-long faculty intensive workshop called "Putting Your Course... More

    pp. 693-698

  10. E-Blended Instruction: A Practitioner's Perspective

    Paul Henry, University of Phoenix, United States

    This paper and presentation provides a brief history and rationale for the design, development, and delivery of Web sites that have been developed and used by the author for e-blended support of on... More

    pp. 699-704

  11. Web-Based Digital Archives: Supporting Student-Centered Learning

    Mark Hofer, Towson University, United States

    Web-based digital archives are rapidly multiplying in both number and content on the web. These rich collections of text, images, sound files, and video clips centered on a common topic or theme... More

    pp. 705-707

  12. A Discourse Analysis of Asynchronous Discussion Board on Students Critical Thinking

    David Weimann Lee, Overseas Chinese Institute of Technology, Taiwan; Nicole P.W. Huang, National Huwei University of Science & Technology, Taiwan

    The purpose of this study is to introduce asynchronous discussion board as a method of developing critical thinking skills on the Department of Applied Foreign Languages (AFL) majored EFL students ... More

    pp. 708-713

  13. Applying Mobile Technology to Portal-Based Course Management Systems

    Yi Huang & Chung-Ti Chang, Indiana University, United States

    Portal-based course management system is becoming more and more popular. However, how to use mobile device to access portal-based course management system is still a challenge. In this paper, we... More

    pp. 714-719

  14. Learning from eLISA: A University-School eLearning Partnership in Greenwich

    Jill Jameson, The University of Greenwich, United Kingdom

    In 2003-4, the University of Greenwich worked with Greenwich Education Service to develop e-learning in secondary schools through an e-Learning Independent Study Award (eLISA). The eLISA is a... More

    pp. 720-724

  15. Media and Service Integration for Professional E-Learning

    Martin Memmel & Oleg Rostanin, DFKI GmbH, Germany; Bernd Rudolf, micronomics GmbH, Germany; Klaus Jantke, DFKI GmbH, Germany

    When academic e-learning projects are abandoning the ivory tower of higher education, this is not only changing their audience. The needs of corporate, government and healthcare result in high... More

    pp. 725-732

  16. Monitoring e-Portfolio activity: Increased involvement, evolving questions

    Glenn Johnson, Penn State University, United States

    Student web publishing at Penn State University is experiencing a recent positive increase in activity. However, is web publishing a reasonable and manageable expectation for faculty to require of ... More

    pp. 733-736

  17. Online Lessons using Library of Congress Primary Source Documents

    Pamela Johnson, Adventure of the American Mind, Online Learning, United States

    Modeling curriculum integration of technology is crucial for teachers to create meaningful activities for their classroom. AAM online lessons provide 3rd -12th grade teachers with a model for an... More

    pp. 737-739

  18. Combining TV Conference with BBS for Better Ways of Cross-cultural Communication

    Kimiko Gunji, University of Illinois, United States; Shinji Koyama, Niel Jost, Yaeko Nakanishi & Lumi Tatsuta, Dokkyo University, Japan

    This project is to confirm the results of previous BBS projects and to further investigate the effects of a live internet conference on the BBS--a collaboration between the students from Dokkyo... More

    pp. 740-745

  19. From Productivity to Cognitive Tools: Learning about Health-related Physical Fitness with Technology

    Susana Juniu, Montclair State University, United States

    Technological challenges in education have generated discussions about the role of computers in transforming the teaching and learning process. According to Ross, "How you use technology is more... More

    pp. 746-751

  20. Organization of Distance Learning in Higher Education Institution: Experience of the National Academy of Public Administration, the President of Ukraine

    Svitlana Kalashnikova, National Academy of Public Administration, the President of Ukraine, Ukraine

    This paper reflects the results of distance learning implementation in the Ukrainian higher education system for preparation of senior public administrators and top-managers for private enterprises... More

    pp. 752-758