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E-Learn: World Conference on E-Learning

Nov 14, 2016

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Number of papers: 212

  1. Design of Pedagogical agents: the learning styles, the emotions and the color

    Ana Lilia Laureano-Cruces, Lourdes Sánchez-Guerrero, Perla Velasco-Santos, Martha Mora-Torres & Javier Ramírez-Rodríguez, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Azcapotzalco, Mexico

    Current technological advance opens up a range of possibilities in the educational area, to which new technologies have been incorporated to improve it. Emphasizes the participation of different... More

    pp. 421-431

  2. A Practical Effort to Improve ICT Competency by Compulsory ICT Use in Teaching Practice

    Takeshi Morishita, Shinshu University, Japan; Yoshiaki Fujii, Kamo Elementary School, Japan; Mitsunori Yatsuka & Yoshinori Higashibara, Shinshu University, Japan

    At the Shinshu University Faculty of Education, student teachers are required to use ICT equipment in classes during their student teaching practicum. We surveyed and analyzed the change in ICT... More

    pp. 432-436

  3. W3: Design Thinking for Educational Resources: Reimagining Instructional Design through Engaging Participatory Approaches.

    Stefanie Panke, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States

    Have you ever stacked LEGO blocks to develop a sitemap for your organization’s website, thrown a ball of yarn to discover professional connections or used glue sticks and paper to refine your... More

    pp. 437-439

  4. Partnership, Practice, and Pedagogy: The Impact of Virtual Experiences on Pre-service Teachers

    Susan Poyo, Franciscan University of Steubenville, United States; Samantha Fecich, Grove City College, United States

    This paper focuses on providing pre-service educators with authentic and meaningful virtual field experiences using technological advances. Pre-service educators were paired with a mentor teacher ... More

    pp. 440-445

  5. Improving Class Experience and Performance in CS1 Course Using JiTT and Peer Instruction

    Farzana Rahman, James Madison University, United States

    CS1 or Introduction to Object Oriented Programming in higher education institutions is considered as a very important foundational course for computer science majors. In many institutions this is... More

    pp. 446-450

  6. Asking Students What They Think: Student User Experience (UX) Research Studies to Inform Online Course Design

    Ronda Reid, Andrea Gregg, Vicki Williams & Amy Garbrick, Penn State University, United States

    User experience (UX) testing denotes evaluating a service or product by testing it with representative users. Such testing is commonplace in the online world generally, but not as common with... More

    pp. 451-456

  7. Achieving high touch through high tech: A strategic deployment of online technology to improve educational experience and performance of minority students

    Chris Roddenberry, Wake Technical Community College, United States

    WTCC began preliminary testing of a new course delivery model designed to improve minority persistence and success in online classes. The “high-tech/high touch model”, developed as a part of a four... More

    pp. 457-462

  8. Using online meeting technology to create non-instructional opportunities for online students

    Chris Roddenberry, Wake Technical Community College, United States

    Participation in campus-based non-instructional activities plays an important role in student academic success (Karp, 2011). However, non-instructional activities are less accessible to distance... More

    pp. 463-466

  9. Development of ‘virtual lab’ to teach basic principles of pharmacology

    Abdallah Salem, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, The University of Adelaide, Australia, Australia; Michael Brockhouse, Discipline of PharmacologyAdelaide Medical SchoolFaculty of Health and Medical SciencesThe Universit, Australia

    Pharmacology is an experimental science that uses a wide range of techniques to provide important skills in the analysis of research data relevant to the study of the effects of drugs on humans and... More

    pp. 467-470

  10. A Multi-Agent Model for Educational consciousness Agent

    Lourdes Sanchez-Guerrero, Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana-Unidad Azcapotzalco, Mexico; Ana Lilia Laureano-Cruces, Martha Mora-Torres & Javier Ramírez-Rodríguez, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Azcapotzalco, Mexico

    A common question is how can a teacher act or feel when he is immersed in the teaching-learning process? There is a whole chained reasoning based on the experience of the teacher. A pedagogical... More

    pp. 471-480

  11. Adults’ Collaborative Writing Experiences in a Distance Learning Program

    Wenxi Schwab, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, United States

    This mix-method study investigates the adult learners’ collaborative writing experiences in a distance learning program. Participants are the students enrolled in Adult Education Distance Learning ... More

    pp. 481-484

  12. A Case Study of a Professional Learning Community in a Highly Diverse Blended School

    Mark Stevens, George Mason University, United States; Mary Rice, University of Kansas, United States

    This paper reports on a study of a Professional Learning Community (PLC) consisting of four general education teachers, one special education teacher, and one English as a second language (ESL)... More

    pp. 485-495

  13. Pedagogy and Online Course Design: A Practical Approach

    Trudian Trail-Constant, University of South Florida, United States

    Research has shown that instruction is more effective, whether taught in a traditional classroom or online, when designed and largely influenced by sound pedagogical strategies and instructional... More

    pp. 496-501

  14. Designing A Constructivist Learning Environment and Supporting With Web 2.0 Technologies At Community College

    Erhan Ünal, Afyon Kocatepe University, Turkey; Hasan Çakır, Gazi University, Turkey

    There was conducted research about problems at community colleges. To solve these problems different organizations such as OECD, 21st Century Commission on the Future of Community Colleges, The... More

    pp. 502-507

  15. The Reciprocal Rights and Metacognitive Responsibility of Effective Digital Citizenships in Online Learning Environments

    Aileen Watts, Mohamed Ibrahim & Terri Toland, Arkansas Tech University, United States

    The purpose of this study was to assess the effects of using educational videos in two different online discussion forums on students’ retention, transfer of knowledge and the overall quality of... More

    pp. 508-516

  16. Designing an Adaptive Learning Experience in Higher Education: A Critical Perspective

    Kathryn Wozniak, Christopher Lilly, Helga Hambrock, Richard Richter & Carol Reiseck, Concordia University Chicago, United States

    Research on adaptive learning has revealed benefits to using technology to personalize and adapt the learning experience to learners' preferences, habits, and developing expertise. However, there... More

    pp. 517-521

  17. Development of the TPACK-Based Curriculum with 3D Printer for Pre-service Teachers

    SoYul Yi, Hyeran Park & Youngjun Lee, Dept. of Computer education. Korea National University of Education., Korea (South)

    The purpose of this paper is to describe the development of TPACK-based curriculum on 3D printer use for preservice teachers. TPACK theory, 3D printing in education, and the ADDIE model of... More

    pp. 522-526

  18. Negotiating, Communicating, Collaborating: A Sociocultural View of Online Program Development

    Sara Frizelle & Jason Naranjo, University of Washington Bothell, United States

    At most colleges and universities, online learning is defined and limited by already existing policies and practices that, while arguably are effective for traditional teaching and learning... More

    pp. 527-532

  19. The Current Status and Future Directions in the Development of the Cyber Home Learning System in Korea

    Myunghee Kang, Ewha Womans University, Korea (South); Seyoung Kim, Hansung University, Korea (South); Seonghye Yoon & Warren Chung, Ewha Womans University, Korea (South)

    The purpose of this study was to set future directions of the Cyber Home Learning System in Korea based on its current status. The Cyber Home Learning System has been designed and used by K-12... More

    pp. 533-544

  20. Implementing Evidence-based Youth Protection: Comparing Internet Literacy between Youths and Guardians in Japan

    Nagayuki Saito, Ochanomizu University, Japan; Madoka Aragaki, Business Breakthrough University, Japan

    Recently, youths have become closely connected with the Internet by using telecommunication devices such as smartphones and tablets. However, this connection has engendered social problems that... More

    pp. 545-553