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E-Learn 2005--World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education

October 2005


Griff Richards

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This conference has 9 award papers. Show award papers

Number of papers: 526

  1. An Implementation Model for a Learning Object Repository

    Ken Abernethy, Furman University, United States; George Piegari, Virginia Military Institute, United States; Han Reichgelt, Georgia Southern University, United States; Kevin Treu, Furman University, United States

    In this paper, an implementation model is presented for creating a learning objects repository to support introductory computing courses. The primary implementation goals are: that a user be able ... More

    pp. 2-7

  2. Springboard Into Math

    Kathy Autrey & Leigh Myers, Northwestern State University, United States

    Abstract: This project provides a modern protocol for providing developmental math instructions that will aid not only high school students, but non-traditional learners as well. These skills will ... More

    pp. 8-15

  3. Student Satisfaction with Companion Elearning Websites to a New PBL Undergraduate Nursing Curriculum

    Alison Blair, University of Queensland, Australia

    This paper presents the evaluation of completing first year nursing students' satisfaction with companion eLearning websites for a new problem based learning (PBL) curriculum. Using an online... More

    pp. 16-28

  4. Orientation, Execution, and Control in Online Mathematics Teaching

    Mikhail Bouniaev, Southern Utah University, United States

    Proponents of modern constructivism such as E. Dubinsky (1992) in collegiate mathematics or M. Connell (2001) in elementary education mathematics while developing theories of mathematical... More

    pp. 23-28

  5. Interactive Textware: Using Macromedia Authorware to Re-Invent an Academic Textbook

    Kevin Carr & Donna Kalmbach Phillips, George Fox University, United States

    How can traditional academic textbooks be re-invented using Macromedia's Authorware, a tool commonly used to develop computer-based training for industry? The author, a university professor in K-12... More

    pp. 29-34

  6. Infectious Diseases of Transplantation Web Course and e-Conference Room: Building an International Community of Clinicians

    Melinda Cerny & Sean Brown, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States; Robert Rubin, Brigham and Women's Hospital, United States

    In just a few decades the survival rate from organ transplantation has grown to a 90% one-year success rate. Despite this success, approximately 50-75% of all recipients will have at least one... More

    pp. 35-40

  7. Are you Prepared to Teach Online? Perspectives of Faculty in a Private College in Malaysia

    Tik Chan, INTI College Malaysia, Malaysia

    Online discussion in a forum plays a crucial role in the delivery of distance learning materials. We should not use the learning management system as depository of contents but as a platform for... More

    pp. 41-46

  8. Conditional Tags and Text: Personalizing the Online Environment While Remaining Scalable

    Kelley Chrouser, Deltakedu, United States

    E-learning presents both a multitude of opportunities and challenges for learners, for instructors, and for designers alike. Perhaps one of the most unique challenges has been the notion of... More

    pp. 47-49

  9. Exploring Large-Scale Teaching Technologies--Results from a Faculty Learning Community

    Kimberly P. Code, Northern Kentucky University, United States

    As many higher education institutions shift to offering larger size class sections, faculty are often left searching for effective pedagogical and evaluation strategies to meet the needs of... More

    pp. 50-53

  10. Podcasting as Disruptive Transmediation

    Wesley Fryer, Texas Tech University, United States

    As a potentially disruptive technology capable of constructively promoting transmediation, educators have both an opportunity and responsibility to embrace podcasting. Under certain circumstances, ... More

    pp. 54-57

  11. WebKit - Freiburg Templates for the Production of Online Learning Materials at the University of Freiburg

    Reiner Fuest & Detlev Degenhardt, University of Freiburg, Germany

    The WebKit Freiburg is a technically standardized and didactical consistent solution for the production of interactive e-learning materials. It mainly consists of a set of Macromedia Flash... More

    pp. 58-63

  12. Engaging the Online Learner in Academic Writing: The APA Format Interactive Tutorial

    Victoria Hall & Anastasia McCune, Regis University, United States

    Facilitating growth for students in academic writing has challenged nursing faculty for decades. At Regis University, the Rueckert-Hartman School for Health Professions utilizes American... More

    pp. 64-69

  13. Faculty Support Strategies

    Kimberly Hayworth, Stanford University, United States; William Koffenberger, The George Washington University, United States; Kimberly Hall, Emerson College, United States

    Abstract: The panel will discuss a variety of approaches for supporting faculty who teach with technology. The panelists will describe strategies and lessons learned when implementing different... More

    pp. 70-71

  14. The Theoretical and Developmental Application of Online Simulations for Instruction in Interpersonal Communications

    Randy Hollandsworth, Virginia Tech, United States

    This paper reflects the findings of a Type 1 developmental research study on how asynchronous technologies and methodologies support learning and skill transfer for interpersonal communication... More

    pp. 72-76

  15. Creating an on-line anatomy & physiology course

    Billy Irwin, Dianne Barber, Anna Hunt & Pil-Won On, Appalachian State University, United States

    Anatomy & physiology is particularly difficult to teach on-line because students need to be shown so many things on anatomical models, and so many physiological processes need to be illustrated.... More

    p. 76

  16. Development of Web-Based Learning Materials for video production- To nurture the knowledge and skills of producing documentary -

    Chiaki Iwasaki & Takaharu Nagai, Graduate school of Kansai University, Japan; Kenichi Kubota,, Japan

    The practicum for video-production in higher education has been increasing in Japan. In the practicum for video production, it hands-on experiences that operation of camera and editing machine,... More

    pp. 77-81

  17. Evaluation of the concepts of web based learning materials for video production

    Okano Takasei & Kubota Kenichi, kansai university, Japan

    In a previous research, the authors have developed web based learning materials for the practicum for video production, and found some difficulties which need to be modified according to the... More

    pp. 82-92

  18. Codewitz – Creating Learning Objects for Better Programming Skills

    Esa Kujansuu, Tampere Polytechnic, Finland

    The basic programming concepts can remain hidden for the students during the basic courses and thus they can often have difficulties in learning advanced features of programming. The difficult... More

    pp. 93-97

  19. Methods of Inclusion Project--Special Education Research and Innovation

    Sondra Lettrich, Mary Spataro & Terrance DePasquale, Seton Hill University, United States

    The Method of Inclusion Project-Special Education Research and Innovation project demonstrates Seton Hill University's commitment to providing pre-service teacher programs that are accessible to... More

    pp. 98-101

  20. E-Learning on Higher Education:- An Internet Course on Electronics Packaging

    Yan Liu, School of Foreign Language and Literature of Beijing Normal University, China

    Electronics packaging is a very complex subject. The making of electronics packaging products is truly a multidisciplinary effort. In this study, a web-based course on electronics packaging is... More

    pp. 102-109