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E-Learn 2010--World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education

Oct 18, 2010

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Jaime Sanchez; Ke Zhang

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Number of papers: 467

  1. Fitting Technology To The Mathematics Pedagogy: Its Effect On Students’ Academic Achievement

    Leila Gano, University of the East, Philippines

    Taking advantage of student’s passion in using technology in the form of digital media sets the trend of this study. If this passion can be harnessed, digital media may have an important and... More

    pp. 987-993

  2. Student Run Instructional Design Support for Higher Education

    Karly Good & Wei Wang, Iowa State University, United States

    Iowa State University has experienced two forms of implementation for student-run instructional design support for higher education purposes. One is based off a grant written by the Center for... More

    pp. 994-997

  3. Student and Faculty uses of Social Networking to Advance Learning in a Higher Education Classroom

    Allyson Goodman, Marshall University, United States

    Social networking sites (SNS) have become an integral part of life for college students, but not as much for their professors. This action research used a mixed methods technique to explore the... More

    pp. 998-1007

  4. Opportunities and Challenges: Improving Virtual Collaborations and Repurposable Content in Corporate Elearning

    Elizabeth Groupp, Lisa Anderson & Katie Dall, PricewaterhouseCoopers, United States

    This best practice session will review the opportunities and challenges of a large global organization as their Learning and Education (L&E) department identifies ways to virtually collaborate and ... More

    pp. 1008-1013

  5. Recognition and Interaction Analysis of IIBS aided Computing Teaching-Learning Model

    Byoungchan Gwak & YoungJun Lee, Korea National University of Education, Korea (South)

    Recently, the IIBS(individual internet broadcasting system) service has become a new instruction medium that can provide active participation for student’s motivation, strong interaction between... More

    pp. 1014-1018

  6. Adventure Web 2.0: Exploring the Possibilities of New Media Tools in Creating Dynamic & Engaging Online Learning Experiences

    Khendum Gyabak, University of Texas at El Paso, United States; Alexander Schmoelz, Department of Communication, University of Vienna, Austria

    This article outlines a brief narrative on the practical and dynamic ways to use web 2.0 and other new media tools in online and blended learning environments. Based on prior usage and student... More

    pp. 1019-1023

  7. An Online Resource for the Design of Instructional Videos and Animations

    George Hatsidimitris & Belinda Allen, University of New South Wales, Australia

    Educators seeking to incorporate or design instructional videos and animations may benefit from an understanding of evidence-based guidelines in the field of multimedia learning and a consideration... More

    pp. 1024-1028

  8. Teaching the Nature of Scientific Research by Collecting and Analyzing Whole-Class Data Using Collaborative Web-Based Documents

    Norman Herr & Mike Rivas, California State University, Northridge, United States

    New collaborative web-based document technology provides the opportunity to instantly collect and analyze large sets of data from multiple lab groups and class sections with speed and accuracy.... More

    pp. 1029-1034

  9. Digial Curation in a Mobile World

    Jingru Høivik, Norwegian National Library, Norway; Helge Høivik, Oslo University College, Norway

    Digital curation is the structuration of digital art and cultural artefacts together with their descriptive metadata for purposes of study, learning and entertainment. This professional domain has ... More

    pp. 1035-1039

  10. Using a Free Web-based Concept Mapping Program in Online Teaching

    Hui-Wen Huang, University of Missouri, United States; Tsung-Shu Chang, Tunghai University, Taiwan; Linda Taylor, University of Idaho, United States

    Abstract: The purpose of this study was to demonstrate graduate students’ development of content literacy understanding through pre- and post-concept maps in an online course. Students used a free... More

    pp. 1040-1044

  11. Value-Added Employability with Multimedia Specialization: Pursuing Integration and Specialization of IT Knowledge

    Gwoyunn Jaw, China University of Technology, Taiwan; Larry K. Bright, University of South Dakota, United States

    For those educators and computer science professionals who have both a strong background in multimedia and applications in learner-centered instruction and media, the employment forecast is strong.... More

    pp. 1045-1051

  12. Narration or Visual Text: When Does Modality Effect Apply?

    Slava Kalyuga, University of New South Wales, Australia

    According to the modality effect, textual information accompanying pictures, animations, or simulations should be presented in an auditory rather than visual form. Within a cognitive load framework... More

    pp. 1052-1058

  13. Teacher-Student Collaboration on Designing Instructional Multimedia Materials: A Case Study of Wenzao Ursuline College of Languages

    Ya-chen Kao, Wenzao Ursuline College of Languages, Taiwan; Ling Wang, Nova Southeastern University, United States

    The goal of this study was to engage students as multimedia designers for their non-technology faculty to create instructional multimedia materials at Wenzao Ursuline College of Languages (WUCL) in... More

    pp. 1059-1064

  14. Designing a Nonschool Hours Charter School to Break the Cycle of Poverty in Hawai`i

    Katie Klinger, National University, United States

    While there are highly successful online schools on Oahu, in Hawai`i, none are specifically designed to support children with special needs, at-risk youth with emotional disturbances, and young... More

    pp. 1065-1072

  15. Implementation of a Pen and Paper Based Exam Marking System

    Kenta Koyama & Masaki Nakagawa, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan

    Many examinations in school are using paper. Marking of those exams is large burden for teachers. An exam method using a pen and paper device is showed to reduce it. Students can use the device... More

    pp. 1073-1078

  16. Learning Social Issues by Arguing: Practical Implementation to Sociology Education

    Kyungbin Kwon & Daehoon Han, University of Missouri, United States; Eun-Jun Bang, Northeastern State University, United States

    Argumentation can be an effective method for students to become actively engaged in evaluating social conflicts and developing opinions on them. However, there are only a few sociology instructors... More

    pp. 1079-1081

  17. Developing an iPhone Application for Location-based Learning – Lessons Learned

    Chris LaBelle, Oregon State University Extension, United States

    Oregon State University Extension recently developed a GPS-enabled iPhone application that guides users through various tree tours. Although there are numerous third-party iPhone developers, we... More

    p. 1082

  18. Interactivity and Aesthetics: Towards an Information Visualization Framework for Online Learning Development

    Luke Lecheler & Charles Miller, University of Minnesota, United States

    Teaching is in many ways a data-driven profession. A good teacher continuously rethinks pedagogical strategies in light of incoming data in order to accommodate new information. One way to do this ... More

    pp. 1083-1089

  19. A Catalyst for CMD Interaction: the Characteristics and the Dynamics of Feedback Messages as a Motivational Factor

    Jieun Lee, University of Texas at Austin, United States

    This paper examines how learners interact reciprocally in computer-mediated discussion (CMD) class, especially in synchronous online discussion class. This study focuses on what kinds of feedback... More

    pp. 1090-1095

  20. Collaborative Mode Complex Assessment Tasks in Authentic Context: Theoretical Background, Internet Implementation and Validation

    Martin Lesage, Martin Riopel & Gilles Raîche, Faculty of Education - Université du Québec à Montréal (UQÀM), Canada

    This paper wants to develop complex assessment tasks theory by expanding the field of learning assessment and especially computer based assessment by the implementation of collaborative mode... More

    pp. 1096-1105