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E-Learn 2004--World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education

2004

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Janice Nall; Robby Robson

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Number of papers: 551

  1. Considerations for the Development of Web-Based Training

    Yu Cao, Virginia Tech, United States

    This paper intends to address the potential benefits of choosing Web based training and concerns about how to conduct effective and efficient Web-based training. These benefits include cost and... More

    pp. 2568-2573

  2. Using a Homegrown CourseRoom System With Off-line, Multimedia Capabilities Designed with Lotus Notes

    Seung Youn (Yonnie) Chyung & Allie Smith-Hobbs, Boise State University, United States

    Web-based e-learning promises 'anytime, anywhere learning opportunities'; however, in reality it is not always convenient and accessible, and it can be costly. Since 1999, the Instructional &... More

    pp. 2574-2578

  3. A Framework for Developing Adaptive Personalized eLearning

    Declan Dagger, Vincent Wade & Owen Conlan, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

    Adaptive personalized eLearning experience development is an expensive and time consuming process. Typical adaptive course creation requires input from subject matter experts, pedagogical experts... More

    pp. 2579-2587

  4. Creating Adaptive Textbooks with AHA! (roundtable)

    Paul De Bra, Natalia Stash & David Smits, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands

    AHA! stands for the Adaptive Hypermedia Architecture. Adaptation in on-line textbooks makes it possible for learners to study the textbook in different ways without encountering difficulties. Link ... More

    pp. 2588-2593

  5. Thematic Driven Learning

    Nick Scerbakov & Denis Helic, IICM, TU Graz, Austria; Heinz Dreher, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Australia

    Learning Management Systems or e‑Learning systems have been typically deployed to provide a means for the deposition of content which students access in a browse mode. Often a discussion... More

    pp. 2594-2600

  6. A Whiteboard at Your Fingertips - Automatic Configuration of e-Learning Services in Heterogeneous Network Environments

    Bernd Eßmann, Heinz Nixdorf Institute, University of Paderborn, Germany; Thorsten Hampel, Heinz Nixdorf Institute, University Paderborn, Germany; Peter Bleckmann & René Sprotte, University of Paderborn, Germany

    Today various collaborative document management systems for e-learning support are in the market. Although rich featured programs like e.g. shared whiteboard clients are available for these... More

    pp. 2601-2608

  7. Disc-based Interactive Video: Past, Present, and Future

    Peter Fadde, Southern Illinois University, United States

    Video can now be included in multimedia and Internet-delivered e-learning. The challenge is to present Full Speed, Full Screen video in an instructional program that also includes text, graphics, ... More

    pp. 2609-2614

  8. EdUI: A Nascent Educational Informatics System at the University of Idaho

    Fritz Fiedler, Steven Taylor, Edwin Schmeckpeper, Sunil Sharma & Michael Dixon, University of Idaho, United States

    The design of an educational informatics system called EdUI, currently in development at the University of Idaho, is presented. Its purposes are to improve student retention and learning, and to... More

    pp. 2615-2619

  9. A CSCL platform for the support of collaborative scenarios in seminars

    Angela Frankfurth, Jörg Schellhase & Udo Winand, University of Kassel, Germany

    Communication, collaboration and coordination become more and more important aspects in university teaching. The role of the lecturer changes from instructor to tutor or coach. In order to support ... More

    pp. 2620-2625

  10. Organizational Learning Based on a Customizable Environment for Knowledge Management Using Intranet

    Catia Galotta, David Zanetti & Diogo Krejci, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro COPPE-UFRJ, Brazil; Kathia Oliveira, Catholic University of Brasilia, Brazil; Ana Regina Rocha, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro COPPE-UFRJ, Brazil

    Traditionally, knowledge management has been seen as the effort to capture, store and disseminate knowledge by mixing information technology and business process. In a knowledge management... More

    pp. 2626-2633

  11. A Simple Solution to Teaching "Process" Activities Online.

    Abigail Garthwait, University of Maine, United States

    One frustrating element in teaching online is the diffuculty of teaching process-oriented material. This session will demonstrate and discuss an inexpensive solution to this dilemma. It serves as a... More

    pp. 2634-2637

  12. Towards a design of pedagogical web sites

    Ecaterina Giacomini, Université de Technologie de Compiègne (U.T.C.), France

    We propose a method called CEPIAH (Design and Evaluation of Interactive Products for Human Learning) of assistance to the design and evaluation of the educational hypermedia having as... More

    pp. 2638-2645

  13. VSPad: Harnessing Learning Styles among Mobile Learners

    Dion Goh & Yin-Leng Theng, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; Michael Choy, eTouch Knowledge Consulting, Singapore; Chu-Keong Lee, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

    Educational applications that run on mobile devices are fast emerging. Yet one crucial area that has received little attention to date involves the learning styles of users and whether these affect... More

    pp. 2646-2651

  14. Self-Motivated Learning: A case study defending the use of an online coloring book as a self-motivating educational tool

    Andrew Gump & Kay Wijekumar, The Pennsylvania State University Beaver, United States

    Safety is an important concept for children. Teaching children about safety in a fun and motivating environment is a critical function of our coloring book environment. This paper presents the... More

    pp. 2652-2657

  15. Campus Admin: an Integrated Architecture for Automating Data-Related Processes in Education

    Beda Christoph Hammerschmidt, Institute of Information Systems, Germany; Patrick Bär, Nina Moebius & Torben Spiegler, University of Lübeck, Germany; Anke Boettcher-Krause, Institute of Information Systems, Germany; Martin Kempa, SD&M AG, Munich, Germany; Volker Linnemann, Institute of Information Systems, Germany

    Managing courses and students at a university or other educational institutions includes manifold administrative tasks to be performed by different persons, e.g. secretaries and system... More

    pp. 2658-2663

  16. Spatial Knowledge Organization in Cooperative Learning Environments – Combining Shared Whiteboard Technology with SVG

    Thorsten Hampel, Sabrina Geissler & Klaus Berteld, University of Paderborn, Germany

    Cooperative computer-based knowledge processes do not only require adequate tools to support communication, but also a technical environment to store the created structures. Based on this... More

    pp. 2664-2671

  17. <emma>: A Unique Courseware for Writing Classes

    D. Alexis Hart, Virginia Military Institute, United States

    A major shortfall of many existing course management systems is an insufficient apparatus for the submission, review, and exchange of written work. This session introduces courseware that has been ... More

    pp. 2672-2676

  18. Managing Information Online Through Personal Digital Libraries

    Wu He & Wei-Hsin Lu, University of Missouri-Columbia, United States

    In recent years we have witnessed a dramatic increase in the volume of electronic and digital information that has been produced and as a result we feel increasingly overwhelmed by the amount of... More

    pp. 2677-2680

  19. Methods of Efficiently Using Digital Content in Elementary School Science Education, and Implementation Research on the Dissemination Infrastructure

    Takashi Hirai, Hyogo University, Japan; Kazuhiko Kawai, Toshiyuki Takahei, Iriko Kaneko & Toshikazu Ebisuzaki, Riken, Japan; Sadao Uematsu, University of Tsukuba, Japan; Kazumasa Yoshida, Tomonori Aoki, Testuo Kumamaru & Taisuke Matsuzaki, City of Kobe, Japan; Koji Nitta & Kayoko Asamizu, NTT DATA CORPORATION, Japan

    The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology is now preparing a physical environment where digital teaching materials will be utilized in elementary school classrooms. Many... More

    pp. 2681-2688

  20. Clinical support system with WBT for pressure ulcer care

    Moriguchi Hiroki & Morikawa Tomiaki, Dep. of Medical Informatics, Tokushima Univ. Hospital, Japan; Nakanishi Hideki & Matsumoto Kazuya, Dep. of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, The Univ. of Tokushima School of Medicine, Japan; Takeda Eiji, Dep. of Clinical Nutrition, The Univ. of Tokushima School of Medicine, Japan; Katayama Takafumi, Dep. of Medical Informatics, Tokushima Univ. Hospital, Japan

    We have developed the web-based diagnostic support system with WBT (Web-based training) for practioners to help management of pressure ulcer. The pressure ulcer is a troublesome disease that causes... More

    pp. 2689-2692