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ED-MEDIA 2002--World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications

2002 Volume 2002, Number 1

Editors

Philip Barker; Samuel Rebelsky

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Table of Contents

Number of papers: 533

  1. What Have we Learnt in 15 Years About Educational Multimedia?

    Hermann Maurer, IICM, Graz University of Technology, Austria

    This talk consists of three parts: First, I start with a brief review of the history of multimedia in education as we have experienced it since the first ED-MEDIA I will argue that the progress in ... More

    pp. 2-9

  2. Macromedia-Washington State Digital Design Curriculum Partnership

    Kirsti Aho, Macromedia, United States

    This partnership highlights a successful public/private partnership designed to develop the IT workforce—specifically in Web design. By working together, Macromedia and Washington State Office of ... More

    p. 10

  3. Qualitative Analysis of Information Communication Technology Use on Teaching-Learning Process

    Kanji Akahori, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

    This paper describes some of the features of Information Communication Technology (ICT) and its uses in the teaching-learning process in elementary schools. A number of articles have addressed... More

    pp. 11-16

  4. Issues and Prospects of E-Learning in Oman

    Ali Al Musawi, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman

    The paper describes the issues and prospects of e-learning in Oman educational system. Technology has transformed the practice of education in many countries and Oman is set to modernize her... More

    pp. 17-18

  5. NDU Knowledge Net: A Web-Enabled Just-In-Time Information Service for Continuing Education

    Jay Alden, National Defense University - IRM College, United States

    The emergence of the World Wide Web, its growing accessibility, and rapidly developing functionality offer a supplemental approach for achieving the mission of continuing education. The model... More

    pp. 19-24

  6. Integrating Handheld Technology and Web-based Science Activities

    Jim Slotta & Turadg Aleahmad, University of California, United States

    We describe the integration of handheld computer technology into an existing web-based educational platform, the Web-based Inquiry Science Environment (WISE) and the synergy it produces. This... More

    pp. 25-30

  7. Musical Improvisation: A Model for Infusing New Technologies Into the Design of Instruction

    Douglas Allen, University of Denver, United States; Dwight Allen, Old Dominion University, United States; Gwendolyn Watson, Cellist, United States; Carl Hoagland, University of Missouri, United States

    In an age of rapid change and almost unlimited opportunity for continuous technological innovation in schools, traditional communication and decision-making systems characterized by structure and... More

    pp. 31-32

  8. AeI - Smooth Integration of eLearning into Traditional Teachning Concepts

    Armin Ulbrich & Andreas Ausserhofer, Know-Center Competence Center, Austria

    Modern eLearning environments address almost every need with respect to functionality and technology requirements and new books on ''how to design and implement'' eLearning environments are... More

    p. 33

  9. WQ: An Environment for Teaching Information Access Skills

    G. Craig Murray, Hedong Yang & Robert Allen, CLIS, U. Maryland, United States

    WQ is a Web-based system which reflects some of the ideas found in WebQuests. We intend to analyze the characteristics that make the WebQuests so popular and determine which of their components... More

    pp. 34-39

  10. How are Learning Objects Used in Learning Processes? Instructional Roles of Learning Objects in LOM

    Heidrun Allert, Learning Lab Lower Saxony, Germany; Hadhami Dhraief, University of Hanover, Germany; Wolfgang Nejdl, Learning Lab Lower Saxony, Germany

    In order to reuse and exchange learning objects we need information about these learning objects. The LOM draft standard defines a set of more than 70 attributes, which specify learning object... More

    pp. 40-41

  11. Dual Coding Theory and Computer Education: Some Media Experiments to Examine the Effects of Different Media on Learning

    James Alty, Loughborough University, United Kingdom

    Dual Coding theory (Paivio) has quite specific predictions about how information in different media is stored manipulated and recalled. Different combinations of media are expected to have... More

    pp. 42-47

  12. An investigation of collaborative problem solving using different communications modes in Distance Education

    Liam Rourke, University of Alberta, Canada; Terry Anderson, athabasca university, Canada

    This paper reports results of a mixed method, multiple case study of collaborative problem solving by distance education students. Four groups of students were assigned to solve a multifaceted... More

    pp. 48-50

  13. Digital Disconnect: Students' Perceptions and Experiences with the Internet and Education

    Douglas Levin, Jennifer Richardson & Sousan Arafeh, American Institutes for Research, United States

    In close collaboration with the staff of the Pew Internet & American Life Project (www.pewinternet.org), the American Institutes for Research (AIR) is conducting a qualitative study on the impact... More

    pp. 51-52

  14. Using Critical Components of Communicative to Measure the Distance Learning Experience

    Gary Archamboult, Dakota State University, United States

    Addressing the needs of graduate and professional students is essential for DE's evolving mission. This study explores the relationship between the on-line graduate student learning experience and ... More

    pp. 53-54

  15. SculptureQuest Microworld Prototype

    Nada Dabbagh & Jacqueline Austin, George Mason University, United States

    This presentation demonstrates the SculptureQuest Microworld Prototype, designed to allow sculpture students to implement rapid prototyping in their production process. The Microworld's purpose is ... More

    pp. 55-56

  16. Policies for Content Filtering in Educational Networks: The case of Greece

    Maria Avgoulea, Computer Technology Institute, Greece

    An increasing number of nations connect their schools on the Internet as an acknowledgment to its extreme importance in the education area. Our study specifies the perils that arise from its use... More

    pp. 57-62

  17. Technology Lesson Plans Based on the Sunshine State Standards and the ISTE Standards

    John Enger, Barry University, United States; Mary Kay Bacallao, St. Thomas University/ Welleby Elementary, United States; Aldo Bacallao, Lloyd Estates Elementary, United States; Judy Bachay, St. Thomas University/ Golden Glades Elementary, United States; Candace Lacey, Barry University, United States

    Ninety-eight technology-enhanced lessons are now available on-line. Teams of professors, K-6 teachers, and pre-service teachers in South Florida have worked together to write, refine, and field... More

    pp. 63-64

  18. Adaptive Hypermedia Educational System based on XML Technologies

    YeongTae Baek, Kimpo College; Changjong Wang, Inha University; Sehoon Lee, New Jersey Institute of Technology, United States

    In this paper we propose adaptive hypermedia educational system using XML technologies such as XML, XSL, XSLT, and XLink. Adaptive systems are capable of altering the presentation of the content... More

    pp. 65-70

  19. Collaborative teachback with a statistical cognitive tool: A formative evaluation

    John Bain, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia; Ken Mavor, University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, Australia

    A learning environment is described in which students collaborate in small groups to develop screen movies in which they use a statistical cognitive tool to interpret published research and to... More

    pp. 71-76

  20. The Catalyst Initiative: Integrating Support and Development through Collaboration

    Tom Lewis & Laura Baldwin, University of Washington, United States

    The University of Washington's Educational Technology Development Group creates and manages innovative projects that help instructors integrate teaching with technology. In a unique position as... More

    pp. 77-78


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