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E-Learn 2009--World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education

Oct 26, 2009


Theo Bastiaens; Jon Dron; Cindy Xin

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This conference has 7 award papers. Show award papers

Number of papers: 596

  1. Design Parameters for Learning with Digital Stories

    Helge Høivik, Oslo University College, Norway

    Digital storytelling is positioned to become an important tool in the teacher’s toolbox. This paper reports on an international collaborative project with partners from China and Norway. Children... More

    pp. 368-373

  2. Read and Write Text and Context - Learning as Poietic Fields of Engagement

    Helge Høivik, Oslo University College, Norway

    A recent sequence of university courses called LATINA (for Learning and Teaching in a Digital World) provides a running practice and a conceptual blueprint for Web 2.0-based teaching and learning. ... More

    pp. 374-382

  3. Bricosoftware. Tools for the creation of learning environments. Exe-learning, webquest and Jclic.

    Josep Holgado García & Mercè Gisbert Cervera, Rovira i Virgili University, Spain

    Teachers must always try to find the best way to motivate pupils in order to provide them with a series of skills, abilities, attitudes and habits that help them reach success through the... More

    pp. 383-387

  4. Is it Garble or Google-sense? THe Transformation of Nursing Education

    Karyn Holt, Drexel University, United States

    In the nursing classroom of the past, knowledge emanated from the authoritative teacher lecturing about her experiences, theories, conceptions, and perceptions of appropriate actions. The classroom... More

    pp. 388-391

  5. Beyond Linking: Delivering Library Resources and Learning Support in the Digital Environment

    Jane Hutton, West Chester University of Pennsylvania, United States

    Academic libraries have become digital libraries, providing web portals to a wide range of online research material. However these digital libraries still face challenges with both optimal... More

    pp. 392-396

  6. Development of Interactive 3D Worksheet for Web-based Learning

    Mizuho Iinuma, Tagiru Nakamura & Hiroaki Chiyokura, Tokyo University of Technology, Japan

    With the advancement of technology, 3DCG can now be used as Web-based content in education. This paper first demonstrates how 3DCG can successfully be integrated into interactive worksheet sheet... More

    pp. 397-401

  7. Adapting Face-To-Face Classroom Instruction for Online Learning

    Robert Isaacson, Defense Language Institute, Monterey CA, United States

    This paper describes the adaptation of face-to-face staff development workshops for delivery online. The process described here is based upon face-to-face staff development workshops for L2... More

    pp. 402-406

  8. Curriculum, a Change in Theoretical Thinking

    Allen Jackson, Chadron State College, United States

    Curriculum design, like education as a whole, relies on the explanation of phenomena that theory provides, but is not, in itself, theoretical. At its most scientific, curriculum design is an... More

    pp. 407-415

  9. Higher Education: Teaching English for Specific Purposes – Training for E-learning and E-teaching

    Vladimir Jehlicka & Vera Tauchmanova, Faculty of Education, University of Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic

    Abstract: The paper submitted gives first a brief description of the system of teaching English, the prominent means of international communication, at educating institutions in the Czech Republic.... More

    pp. 416-420

  10. Core designing for learning on IPTV-based games

    HyunSu Jun, KT (Korea Telecom), Korea (South)

    Online game services through web have a large impact on teaching and learning in the official classrooms and homes. Recently, some IPTV (Internet Protocol Television) providers have begun looking... More

    pp. 421-425

  11. Process-Oriented Assessment in Mathematics Education

    Zekeriya Karadag & Douglas McDougall, OISE/ University of Toronto, Canada

    In this study, we propose a methodology to assess students’ problem-solving processes in computer environments. Participants in the study were engaged in working on their problems while recording... More

    pp. 426-429

  12. Intelligent E-Learning Technology

    Mandeep Kaur, Continental Institute of engineering and technology, India

    As the learning through computer is on the rise, the demand for e-learning, based on information technology, is gradually increasing. If an e-learning system in which learning can be carried out in... More

    pp. 430-435

  13. Material Creation for Abstract Words in Vocabulary Learning Environment

    Takahiro Kayama, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan; Masatoshi Ishikawa, Tokyo Seitoku University, Japan; Keiichi Kaneko, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan; Haruko Miyakoda, Tsuda University, Japan; Norihide Shinagawa, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan

    Vocabulary learning is suitable for mobile learning by which users can utilize free time. There is an environment where learners can participate in activities of learning material creation. The... More

    pp. 436-442

  14. Faculty Integration of Technology in Blended Learning Environments

    Jared Keengwe & David Georgina, University of North Dakota, United States

    Universities and colleges across the globe have focused upon creating Information Technology (IT) infrastructures that are committed to enhancing the quality of teaching and learning, especially e-... More

    pp. 443-445

  15. Development of social presence scale

    JungJoo Kim, Korea university, Korea (South)

    This paper is examine the construct of social presence and develop the scale to measure social presence in distance higher education setting. Both exploratory and confirmatory analyses were used to... More

    pp. 446-451

  16. Teaching a graduate reading course online for the first time: Perspectives

    Dianne Koehnecke, Webster University, United States

    The article is about how a graduate Communications Department at a Midwestern University put their entire program online. Research helping them make this decision is provided in the article. Once... More

    pp. 452-456

  17. A Practice of Blended Learning on University Large Scale Class

    Norisuke Kozuki, Kyoto Notredame University, Japan

    We developed the learning method that is blended LMS, group learning, on-demand learning, and cell phone compatible comment card system (CCS) for a large scale knowledge creation type class at... More

    pp. 457-462

  18. Second Generation Elearning Innovation Using Open-Source and Web Services Solutions: MLAKedusoln Elearnovate’s Single Handed Approach to Deliver the Goods

    Maria Lorna Kunnath, MLAKedusoln, United States

    MLAKedusoln venture as an elearning company began in 2003 focusing mainly on ‘curriculum design’ of elearning content. After completing the two elearning projects in 2007 the company added content... More

    pp. 463-468

  19. A Multidisciplinary Team Approach to Develop and Validate an Online Course

    Dina Kurzweil, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences -ETI, United States; Beth Marcellas, PhD,, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences - ETI, United States; Gilbert Muniz, PhD, NCA Medical Simulation/ Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, United States; Brandon Henry, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, United States; Dorraine Watts, PhD & RN & Susanne Gibbons PhD,C-ANP & C-GNP, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences-GSN, United States; Joseph Lopreiato, MD, Associate Dean for Simulation Education, United States; Judith Wilber, NCA Medical Simulation/ Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, United States

    Faster computers and broadband internet have introduced many options for educators. Moving from an idea to development of effective and engaging technology-enhanced learning materials requires... More

    p. 469

  20. Learning Strategies and Learner Characteristics in Higher Education

    Hye-Jung Lee,, Korea (South); Hyoseon Choi, Korean National Open University, Korea (South)

    This study shows us how the learning strategies are related to learner’s characteristics such as cognitive intelligence level or traditional/distance. The research questions are; 1) Is there any... More

    pp. 470-477