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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. Vizipen: A System for Automatic Generation of Multimedia Concept Presentations

    Velmurugan Mariappan & Y. Alp Aslandogan, The University of Texas at Arlington, United States

    In this paper, we present Vizipen, a system for semi-automatic generation of multimedia concept presentations. The name Vizipen stands for "Virtually Zero Input Presentation Environment." The... More

    pp. 2812-2818

  2. A Reiterated Classroom

    Todd Marks, Brian Espinola, Tony Mangerie & Standy Stasko, mediaEdge, a division of Exceptional Software Strategies Inc, United States

    The intent of this paper is to detail how mediaEdge's Reiterate™ Technology can be used to create the next generation of electronic classroom. Reiterate™ can be used to combine video and audio of a... More

    pp. 2819-2822

  3. Using Annotated Animation to Illustrate Mathematical Proofs

    David Martland, Kingston University, United Kingdom

    Explaining by showing can be a very powerful tool for learning. A similar method is based on the use of annotated animations which can be applied to mathematical proofs, or similar proofs which are... More

    pp. 2823-2828

  4. Adaptive Synchronization of Learning-Media among Semi-Synchronous Learners

    Kenji Matsuura, Kazuhide Kanenishi, Tomiaki Morikawa, Masahiko Katayama, Yasuo Miyoshi & Yoneo Yano, Tokushima University, Japan

    This paper describes a new virtual classroom environment with adaptive synchronization of learning media among semi-synchronous learners. Based on the asynchronous learning environment, all the... More

    pp. 2829-2834

  5. An eBay™+Amazon™ Model for Online Learning Systems

    Patricia McGee, The University of Texas at San Antonio, United States

    Although Learning/Content/Course Management Systems (L/CMS) in higher education and industry are becoming mainstream, functions and tools that support learning design has yet to follow. A careful... More

    pp. 2835-2839

  6. Hypermedia Navigation Concepts for Lecture Recordings

    Holger Schneider, Library Information System, University of Oldenburg, Germany; Olaf Müller & Oliver Vornberger, Dept. of Computer Science, University of Osnabrück, Germany; Robert Mertens, Virtual Teaching Support Center, University of Osnabrück, Germany

    This paper introduces a complete hypermedia navigation concept for lecture recordings, along with virtPresenter, a prototype software tool for automatic generation of hypermedia user interfaces for... More

    pp. 2840-2847

  7. Sakai: An Open Source Collaboration & Learning Environment

    Amitava Mitra, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States

    Sakai is delivering a Collaboration & Learning Environment that includes an integrated open source framework comprising an enterprise portal, a course management system, and a Tool Portability... More

    pp. 2848-2852

  8. Demonstrating How to Edit Videotapes by Using Adobe Premiere Software in the Field of Education

    Minjung Moon, The George Washington University, United States

    The purpose of this project is to demonstrate how to edit videotapes with Adobe Premiere software for the use of videotapes in the field of education. The presenter demonstrates on a laptop... More

    pp. 2853-2855

  9. E-learning Development, Sharable Learning Objects And Authoring Tools

    Scott Wilson, E-Learning-4-U, Inc., United States; Roger Mundell, Royal Roads University, Canada

    In this session you will hear how cutting edge technologies have truly made a difference to private and public sector organizations using instructional strategies and tools that were developed in a... More

    pp. 2856-2857

  10. Grocevi: A Tool for Visualizing the Group Interaction Processes of a Web-Based Learning Community

    Sami Nikula & Erkki Sutinen, Department of Computer Science, University of Joensuu, Finland

    The analysis of group interaction processes has become increasingly important in modern learning environments. These analyses are particularly useful in collaborative settings and learning... More

    pp. 2858-2864

  11. MOVE- integrating information and communication perspectives of interaction in mobile learning environments

    Carljohan Orre & Ulf Hedestig, Department of Informatics, Umeå University, Sweden

    This paper brings forward the realization of a learning environment that involves mobile technologies integrated with stationary technologies. The paper make a distinction between information and... More

    pp. 2865-2872

  12. Getting Them To See The Light – Leveraging Technology For The Peer Evaluation Process

    Sunay Palsole & Kimberley Helms, The University of Texas at El Paso, United States

    In large enrollment classes, the process of peer evaluation is important to team-based learning. This process, however, can create a time-consuming dilemma for the instructor, who has merely been a... More

    pp. 2873-2875

  13. Conceptual Design of an expert system for higher education

    Marcos Pinto, CUNY - Graduate Center, United States

    One of the old technological questions asks if machines can think. If thought is defined as something biological, then almost by definition a machine cannot think. An area of Artificial... More

    pp. 2876-2880

  14. How the Exercise Format-Editor Supports the Design of Interactive Learning Tasks

    Antje Proske, Hermann Körndle & Susanne Narciss, Psychology of Learning & Instruction, TU Dresden, Germany

    A common possibility to initiate active information processing in multimedia instruction is to provide different complex and difficult learning tasks. Hence, the question of how to design and... More

    pp. 2881-2887

  15. ePresence: An Open Source Interactive Webcasting and Archiving System for eLearning

    Kelly Rankin, Ron Baecker & Peter Wolf, University of Toronto, Canada

    ePresence is a system for interactive webcasts that are accessible in real-time by remote viewers and retrospectively by archive viewers who can browse and search for what they want to see. It is... More

    pp. 2888-2893

  16. Accessibility and Usability in e-Learning System

    Jesmin Runa, Kings College(University of London), United Kingdom

    In this paper we will discuss critical universal accessibility[1] and universal usability[2] issues in e-learning resources and virtual learning environments (VLE). This report highlights E... More

    pp. 2894-2899

  17. A hybrid adaptation framework to support authentic learning activities in web-based environments

    Alain Senteni & Mohammad Santally, VCILT, Mauritius

    It is postulated that one of the main problems with e-learning environments is their lack of personalisation. This paper presents a comprehensive review of the current work in the field and... More

    pp. 2900-2905

  18. Reflections on the Collaboration and Information Management Process Using a Shared Online Bibliography and Database Manager

    Nancy Sardone, Amy Lui & Sabra Brock, New York University, United States

    Abstract: At all levels of academia, students are often required to collaborate in projects and activities. However, understanding the underlying processes involved in collaboration are not... More

    pp. 2906-2910

  19. Learning scenarios for programming courses based on a CSCL and WBT support

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

    The article describes different learning scenarios for programming courses for economists. The scenarios range from face-to-face lectures to online lectures. It describes the supporting tools (CSCL... More

    pp. 2911-2918

  20. We've Got Mail! ? A New Quality of Integrating E-Mail Services Into Collaborative E-Learning Environments

    Christian Schmidt, Thorsten Hampel & Thomas Bopp, Heinz Nixdorf Institut, Germany; René Sprotte, University of Paderborn, Germany

    This article aims to present the new developments and possibilities of integrating e-mail services into cooperative learning- and working environments. In the course of this, the central... More

    pp. 2919-2925