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

2004

Editors

Janice Nall; Robby Robson

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Number of papers: 551

  1. Development of Web Accessibility Guidelines and Related Tools

    Yaoming Yeh, Wen-Cheng Tsai & Shih-Hsiang Lin, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan; Yeong-Sheng Chen, Natianl Taipei Teachers College, Taiwan

    The international standard, Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 1.0), was defined by W3C/WAI in 1999. Later, Taiwan government, based on the Disabled Persons Protection Act, defined Taiwan... More

    pp. 3028-3034

  2. Estimating Chinese Pronunciation Ability Using Pinyin

    Ming Yin, Waseda university, China

    This paper discussed a new method to estimate pronunciation ability level of a Chinese learner. All Chinese characters are hieroglyphs and their pronunciations are marked by Chinese pinyin. The... More

    pp. 3035-3040

  3. Towards Intelligent Web-Based Education

    Zhong Tang & Alison Young, Unitec, New Zealand, New Zealand

    In traditional Web-based educational systems, learners are often constrained in their learning by a predetermined method or strategy, the contents are generally static, once written, the content... More

    pp. 3041-3048

  4. How do Knowledge Management and eLearning contribute to Learning Organization?

    Erman Yukselturk, Middle East Technical University, Turkey; Fethi Ahmet Inan, University of Memphis, United States; Eric Marvin, Freed-Hardeman University, United States

    This paper presents information about learning organization. The role of eLearning and knowledge management in construction of learning organization was explored comprehensively. Based on this... More

    pp. 3049-3054

  5. Navigational Indices and Full Text Search by Automated Analyses of Screen Recorded Data

    Peter Ziewer, Technical University of Munich, Germany

    Lecture recording provides learning material for local and distance education. Screen recording offers a flexible technique for lecture recording as it allows to capture virtually any material... More

    pp. 3055-3062

  6. Maximizing Copyright Compliance in the Digital Age

    Dru Zuretti, Copyright Clearance Center, United States

    Title: Maximizing Copyright Compliance in the Digital Age Description: The demand for digital content is greater than ever, forcing both information content users and rightsholders to search for... More

    p. 3063

  7. Collaborative Technology and New e-Pedagogy

    Toshio Okamoto, University of Electro- Communications, Japan

    Internet is becoming the catchphrase in the world of training/education, which makes the distance education possible to anybody at anytime and from anywhere. As such, a new learning style 'e... More

    pp. 3064-3077

  8. Building an Environment for Higher-Order Thinking: CMS as a Method of Encouraging Interactions

    Vicki Williams & Barry Williams, Penn State, United States

    Higher-order thinking skills (H.O.T.S.), according to Bloom, can be described as behaviors involving application, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation. This presentation provides an inside view of ... More

    pp. 3078-3080

  9. Technology for the Intertextuality across the Curriculum

    Lucia Lu, Clark Atlanta University, United States; Yanming Gong, Penn State University, United States

    "Intertextuality"- an inquiry-based instructional strategy for the exploration and search for knowledge and information over the Internet - has shifted the paradigm of teaching and learning since... More

    pp. 3081-3086

  10. Airborne Measurement Concentration Data Mapping

    Yanming Gong, Penn State University, United States; Di-Wen Chen, Clark Atlanta University, United States

    This paper describes some of the most important methods of scattered data interpolation in two-dimensional and in three-dimensional spaces to be used on airborne concentration data from a trails... More

    pp. 3087-3092

  11. Revisiting Online Higher Education

    Caroline Sherritt, Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi, United States

    In 1994, eLearning was an Alien on Campus. No one knew exactly what it was or how it might change American higher education. There were, however, visionary academic leaders who perceived virtual ... More

    pp. 3092-3096