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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. Designing K-12 Professional Development using a Hybrid-Learning Model

    Diane Larrimore & William Sadera, Towson University, United States

    During the last few years a new form of professional development has evolved from the first wave of e-learning. This innovative delivery of course content has been termed hybrid learning. This,... More

    pp. 113-118

  2. Buffet of e-Learning: DORway to e-learning experiences

    Hyoja Lee & James Jolley, Florida Department of Revenue, United States

    Florida Department of Revenue (DOR) has five program areas and each program is using different e-learning approach: SkillSoft products for the entire agency, CD ROM-based e-learning developed on... More

    pp. 119-126

  3. Content Development for Government and Corporate training using Sidekick

    Todd Marks, mediaEdge, a division of Exceptional Software Srategies Inc, United States

    mediaEdge, a division of Exceptional Software Strategies, Inc., would like the opportunity to present our exciting solution to the participants of the elearning conference. mediaEdge has developed... More

    p. 127

  4. "Army" as a Second Language: The Critical Nature of Communicating with Clients

    Karen Hughes Miller & Carolyn Rude-Parkins, University of Louisville College of Education, United States

    The University of Louisville and Northrop Grumman Mission Systems partnership to produce distance education courseware for the US Army introduced some unexpcted communications problems. While the... More

    pp. 128-132

  5. Development of Educational Computer Programs for Children and Suggestion for Co-Working with Children

    Minjung Moon, The George Washington University, United States

    The purpose of the project is to develop educational computer programs for children. Some of the programs are demonstrated with technological devices. The author introduces and demonstrates three... More

    pp. 133-136

  6. Intelligent Decision Systems, Incorporated: Performance by Design

    Marci Murawski, Mike Gillies, Heather Katz, Ellen Menaker, Susan Coleman, Susan Wooldridge, Stephen Worsham, Linda Beaver, Randy Kubik & Suzanne Hoffman, Intelligent Decision Systems, Incorporated, United States

    This paper showcases select IDSI research, products, services, applications, developments, and the company's current project endeavors and directions. IDSI is a small, woman-owned business,... More

    pp. 137-143

  7. Problem and Content Development to Support Evaluation of Science

    Jussi Nuutinen & Erkki Sutinen, Department of Computer Science, University of Joensuu, Finland; Renald Buter & Ed Noyons, Centre for Science and Technology Studies (CWTS), Leiden University, Netherlands; Teemu Laine, Department of Computer Science, University of Joensuu, Finland

    The evaluation of scientific endeavour is ultimately a learning process. Objective data containing bibliographic information can be visualized as bibliometric graphs. However, understanding the... More

    pp. 144-151

  8. An online course for faculty on interactive media

    Hatice Ferhan Odabasi & Abdullah Kuzu, Anadolu University, Turkey

    Online courses are not common applications for Turkey and when they are for faculty that makes things even more difficult. The application mentioned in this paper was planned after a face to face... More

    pp. 152-154

  9. Bringing Media Rich Content to On-line Learning

    Peggy O'Neill-Jones, Metropolitan State College of Denver, United States

    Much progress has been made in creating the ideal Virtual Learning Environment. The Internet has provided features such as dynamically updated content, student interaction and feedback. There are a... More

    pp. 155-158

  10. Using Digital Primary Sources and Rich Media in the Classroom

    Peggy ONeill-Jones, The Metropolitan State College of Denver, United States

    The Library of Congress, the world's largest library and repository for the United States' national treasures, created a pilot project called the American Memory project. Through American Memory,... More

    pp. 159-160

  11. A Development of e-Materials for Understanding the Kid’s Culture

    Wakio Oyanagi, Nara University of Education, Japan

    The media environment surrounding kids is rapidly changing. Kid's life is rapidly changing, too. The influence of the school to the child has become weak. That is, kids get much information from... More

    pp. 161-166

  12. Distance Instructor Training: Joint efforts between two countries

    Jessica Payeras & Évelyne Diabaté, Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada

    While we were developing WebCT Spanish classes contents, we noticed a great need for teachers hands-on training, especially from those countries with little technical and monetary resources. In the... More

    pp. 167-169

  13. Putting a New Face on an Old Course

    David Pedersen & Michael Williams, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, United States

    All courses need periodic rejuvenation, especially information systems courses. A vidotape-based distance leaning course was given a facelift by converting the videotape lectures to audio-slide... More

    pp. 170-171

  14. Workforce-Connections™ - Empowering the 21st Century Knowledge Worker

    Will Peratino, US Department of Labor, United States; Courtney Cox, PowerTrain, United States

    The U.S. Department of Labor's Workforce Connections™ (W-C) is a set of Web-based tools that empower non-technical individuals to create, acquire, share and control content in real-time via the Web... More

    pp. 172-173

  15. An Authoring Tool for Web-Based Adaptive and Classic Tests

    Cristobal Romero & Santiago Martin-Palomo, University of Cordoba, Spain; Paul De Bra, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands; Sebastian Ventura, University of Cordoba, Spain

    In this paper we describe Test Editor, an authoring tool for building adaptive and classic web-based test. This tool facilitates the development and maintenance of different types of multiple... More

    pp. 174-177

  16. Hierarchical Classification of Learning Resources through Supervised Learning

    Paramjeet Saini, University of Trento,Dept. of Computer Science and Telecommunications, Italy

    Present Web is loaded with huge number of learning resources. As the number of learning resources increases, the difficulty to find required and relevant learning resources becomes more and more... More

    pp. 178-183

  17. Quality e-Education Project Management & Content Development Strategies

    Ann Shortridge, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, United States; Toby De Logy, University of Antwerp, Belgium

    Creating new, essential and time sensitive educational opportunities for increasing numbers of under served, non-traditional working students in a variety of fields is becoming a challenging... More

    pp. 184-188

  18. Supporting Active Engagement in Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning using Problem-Based Learning

    Sookyung Suh, Learning Systems Institute/Florida State University, United States

    Group problem solving is one of the most common activities that people engage in at work. As new technology, especially computer-supported media become more dominant, Computer-Supported... More

    pp. 189-193

  19. Animated agent to maintain learner’s attention in e-learning

    Maomi Ueno, Nagaoka University of Technology, Japan

    Long time learning tires learners, and then the learners' attention or concentration degreases. The author measured the learners' mental workload in e-learning using an eye mark recorder (Ueno 2004... More

    pp. 194-201

  20. Practical Strategies: Using Digital Video & Animation to Provide Essential Educational Opportunities

    Peter Van Petegem & Toby De Loght, University of Antwerp, Belgium; Ann Shortridge, University of Arkanas, Fayetteville, United States

    Providing essential educational opportunities for students to learn how to apply their knowledge in changing, real world contexts in a variety of fields is becoming an increasingly difficult... More

    pp. 202-207