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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. Real Integration of ICT into Subject Content and Methodology Requires More than Technology, Infrastructure and Standard Software

    Harald Haugen, Stord/Haugesund University College (HSH), Stord, Norway, Norway; Bodil Ask, University of Agder, Grimstad, Norway

    Abstract: A survey involving around 1000 teachers in 172 different Norwegian schools reveals that the dominant uses of ICT in classrooms are related to LMS, standard software and Internet browsing.... More

    pp. 107-117

  2. Approaches to Simplifying Sentences Containing Relative Clauses

    Rose Hendricks, Vassar College, United States; Dorothy Curtis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States; Qing Zeng-Treitler, University of Utah, United States

    Sentence simplification is important in making written materials, including health information, more accessible to readers with low literacy. Performing this simplification automatically, via a... More

    pp. 118-126

  3. Technology That Enhances Access to Mathematics: Mobile Learning Devices and Students with Learning Disabilities

    Leah Herner-Patnode, Dean Cristol & Hea-Jin Lee, The Ohio State University at Lima, United States; S. Asli Özgün-Koca, Wayne State University, United States

    As technology advances, so does the need to include the latest technology in the mathematics curriculum of P-12 classrooms. Including students with learning disabilities is a mandatory requirement... More

    pp. 127-129

  4. Online Orientation Plus Online Course Equals On Ground Library

    Karyn Holt, Clements Paul & Gary Childs, Drexel University, United States

    Eighty-one percent of all higher education institutions now offer online classes. The National Center for Educational Statistics reported a 17% increase in students greater than age 25 between 1990... More

    pp. 130-139

  5. A New Framework of Instructional Designers: Establishing “IDer and AIDer Model” System

    Chieko Homma, Yukinori Goto, Junko Handa, Takaharu Endo & Kunihiko Ono, Cyber University, Japan

    This paper discusses a new organizational framework of instructional designers for an online course development. Cyber University in Japan uses an instructional design model to develop effective... More

    pp. 140-145

  6. The Potential of E-Learning For The Teaching of Art & Deisgn Subject

    Zainuddin Ibrahim, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia

    This research explored the potential of the Electronic Learning (E-Learning) to teach skill based subject for Art and Design Institutions in Malaysia. For this online development, lecturers and... More

    pp. 146-149

  7. The Potential of E-Learning For The Teaching of Art & Deisgn Subject

    Zainuddin Ibrahim, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia

    This research explored the potential of the Electronic Learning (E-Learning) to teach skill based subject for Art and Design Institutions in Malaysia. For this online development, lecturers and... More

    pp. 150-153

  8. Evaluation of a Face-to-Face Staff Development Workshop Adaptation for E-Learning

    Robert Isaacson, Defense Language Institute, Monterey CA, United States

    This paper reports the findings of an action research study that evaluated an e-learning module that was an adaptation of a face-to-face staff development workshop for foreign language instructors ... More

    pp. 154-159

  9. Enhancing Online Courses with Web 2.0 Technology

    Susan Jennings, Stephen F. Austin State University, United States; Matthew Sutherlin, Maryland College Institute of Art, United States; Amy Counts, Annapolis High School, United States

    Teaching online presents a myriad of challenges. Today’s students are used to being involved in their world. The correspondence classes of old are much too boring a concept to keep them engaged... More

    pp. 160-164

  10. Connecting pre-service and in-service teachers through e-mentoring about mathematics

    Denise Johnson, Winston-Salem State University, United States; Farrah Chandler, Elizabeth City State University, United States

    Research indicates that meaningful support from the Local Education Agency (LEA) or the Institute for Higher Education (IHE) would greatly affect the satisfaction and subsequent retention of new... More

    pp. 165-170

  11. Digital Play, Ludology, and the Future of Educational Games

    Royce Kimmons, The University of Texas, United States

    Those interested in education and educational research have continually been drawn to the potential value of digital games for improving aspects of teaching and learning. However, the development ... More

    pp. 171-179

  12. What Does Open Collaboration on Wikipedia Really Look Like?

    Royce Kimmons, The University of Texas, United States

    Most attempts at analyzing Wikipedia have focused on establishing the validity of or understanding the revision process involved with the development of a select group of high-quality articles. ... More

    pp. 180-184

  13. Web-based Reading Comprehension Intervention for Word Callers Unable to Comprehend: Repurposing for Teacher Training

    Kevin Koury, Holly Diehl, Diane Nettles & Connie Armitage, California University of PA, United States

    An explanation of the design, implementation and evaluation of a website supporting students who are fluent word callers but unable to comprehend content texts is provided. Repurposing the Web... More

    pp. 185-190

  14. MLAKedusoln eLearnovate's Unified E-Learning Strategy For the Semantic Web

    Maria Lorna Kunnath, MLAKedusoln eLearnovate, United States

    MLAKedusoln entrance to the elearning industry began in 2003 focused on design of curriculum content. After completing two elearning projects in 2007 the company added content delivery (Learning... More

    pp. 191-198

  15. Improving Student Skills in Searching for, Selecting, and Citing Online Videos and Images: Designing and Evaluating an Online Tutorial

    Lisa Larson, University of Wisconsin-Superior, United States

    This Brief Paper presentation demonstrates an interactive, online tutorial that the presenter designed and developed for undergraduate college students titled “How to Search for, Select, and Cite... More

    pp. 199-202

  16. Developing, Integrating, and Delivering Mobile Learning - how the future of e-learning in changing in Higher Education and Corporate Training

    Cynthia Larson-Daugherty, Spectrum Pacific Learning Company |, United States

    Mobile wireless devices have been described as "tools of mass disruption" that will help spark a period of innovation for learning technology stakeholders. The changes that mobile technologies are ... More

    pp. 203-204

  17. Teaching an online course for the first time: Templates and strategies for novice online instructors

    Cheng-Yuan (Corey) Lee, Jeremy Dickerson & Joseph Winslow, Coastal Carolina University, United States

    Teaching a fully online course for the first time can be a formidable task for an instructor who is new to online pedagogy. This presentation demonstrates a template-approach that highlights best... More

    p. 205

  18. Not a Trivial Pursuit-Bringing Mathematics to Life with Webquests

    Denise LeGrand, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, United States

    Students today are inundated with social networking sites, gaming, and hand-held communication devices. Keeping up with these tools requires new methods of teaching. It is essential that new... More

    p. 206

  19. Defining Technodiversity: Lessons Learned from a Diversity Exchange

    Lesia Lennex & Kim Nettleton, Morehead State University, United States

    What happens when technology, culture, and education intersect? How does cultural identity impact technology communication? While examining cultural awareness and diversity in two separate... More

    pp. 207-213

  20. Using augmented reality and virtual reality to improve geology study for adult learners

    Feng Liu & Colleen Stapleton, Mercer University, United States

    In an adult learning environment, it is very important to focus on developing a hands-on learning environment and easy access to course content for students, rather than trying to force them to... More

    pp. 214-217