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E-Learn 2007--World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education

Oct 15, 2007


Theo Bastiaens; Saul Carliner

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Number of papers: 11

  1. Using Blackboard to Manage Students' Projects

    Philip Barker, University of Teesside, United Kingdom

    Practical projects play an important role in developing students' problem solving skills and enhancing their knowledge of a specific area of study. However, from a course-supervisor's perspective, ... More

    pp. 621-629

  2. Networked learning communities’ online activity, pre-service education and professional development

    Therese Laferriere, Laval University, Canada; Mélanie Tremblay, University of Quebec in Montreal (UQAM), Canada; Stéphane Allaire, University of Quebec in Chicoutimi, Canada; Christine Hamel, Laval University, Canada

    The activity of a virtual community of support and communication for pre-service teachers (TACT), which was connected to a school-based community of practice (teaching in a networked classroom), is... More

    pp. 1021-1029

  3. Designing an E-learning Experience to Stimulate Interprofessional Practice in Health and Social Care

    Lynn Casimiro, University of Ottawa - CNFS, Canada; Colla Jean MacDonald, University of Ottawa - Faculty of Education, Canada; Rémi Rousseau, University of Ottawa - Centre for E-learning, Canada; Diane Bouchard-Lamothe, Manon Tremblay & Lucie Couturier, University of Ottawa - CNFS, Canada

    Health and social care providers are expected to work collaboratively with patients and community partners, to deliver efficient health and social care. Yet each discipline has its own distinct... More

    pp. 1434-1442

  4. To Improve Teachers' Understanding in Integrating Technology into Teaching: An Alternative Instructional Model with Emphasis on Reflection

    Yi-Chun Hong, The University of Georgia, United States

    This study proposes an alternative instructional model to support teachers' learning in integrating technology into teaching practice. Belief in the effectiveness of learning with design, involving... More

    pp. 1587-1592

  5. Supporting the diversity of the E-learning 2.0 learners: The development of a psychological student model

    Asli Adisen & Trevor Barker, University of Hertfordshire, United Kingdom

    This paper describes the development of a psychological student model based on the visual and verbal skills of learners. These skills are important factors of the learners' mental models that are... More

    pp. 1943-1950

  6. eLearning Production and Academic Health

    Angela Bah, University of Brighton, United Kingdom

    Abstract: The creation of eLearning in HE (Higher Education) is a complex issue and the accessibility of resources to students has not been widely assessed. Teachers in HE are subject experts, but... More

    pp. 1973-1978

  7. Gameproject: A Multimedia Presentation Of A Joint Project For A Degree In Education

    Esther Del Moral & Lourdes Villalustre, University of Oviedo, Spain

    A training activity based on webquest philosophy has been designed for the virtual course "Education in a rural environment"(Rur@Inet) for the degree in Education at the University of Oviedo, Spain... More

    pp. 2005-2012

  8. Collectives, Networks and Groups in Social Software for E-Learning

    Jon Dron, University of Brighton, United Kingdom; Terry Anderson, Athabasca University, Canada

    : A number of writers have identified (and argued about) the importance of either the group or the network as a significant player when social software is used for e-learning. This paper examines... More

    pp. 2460-2467

  9. Persistently Simple: Lessons Learned from Research on Adult E-Learning Courses

    Ruth Gannon Cook, DePaul University School for New Learning, United States; Caroline Crawford, University of Houston Clear Lake, United States

    Abstract: When a university embarks upon a course to offer classes and programs online, there are challenges that arise for even the most prepared. This study research utilized qualitative action... More

    pp. 2527-2546

  10. Monitoring E-Learning: Preliminary Results of Flanders

    Katie Goeman, Free University of Brussels (VUB), Belgium

    Recently, the European government called on all member states, among which Belgium, to work out national e-learning action plans in order to attain the latest ambitious iEurope objectives.... More

    pp. 2563-2568

  11. SALMS: SCORM-compliant Adaptive LMS

    Yasuhiko Morimoto, Fuji Tokoha University, Japan; Maomi Ueno, The University of Electro-Communications, Japan; Isao Kikukawa, Fuji Tokoha University, Japan; Setsuo Yokoyama & Youzou Miyadera, Tokyo Gakugei University, Japan

    Most learning management systems (LMSs) simply manage the learning contents, the learning history data, the test results, and so on-they do not manage the learning itself. Therefore, the... More

    pp. 7287-7296