Web-based Education    (WBE 2005)

February 21 – 23, 2005
Grindelwald, Switzerland
Editor(s): V. Uskov
700 pages
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Track Multimedia Technology in WBE FreeSubscription
461-022 Self-Paced Lectures
M. Bower and D. Richards (Australia)
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461-049 Instructional Design for Learners with Different Level of Spatial Ability
H. Lee (Korea)
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461-071 Exploring Multimedia Educational Games: An Aid to Reinforce Classroom Teaching and Learning
L. Jonnavithula and Kinshuk (New Zealand)
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461-081 Streaming Web-Lecturing and Synchronized Web Browsing
C.C. Lim, R.Y.D. Xu, M.H. Yu, and J.J. Jin (Australia)
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461-104 Multimedia-based Education in Chip Design: CBT Production and Evaluation
M. Nordmann and U. Golze (Germany)
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461-106 Role of Multimedia Tools in Online Course "SQL Fundamentals"
N. Pizika, H. Odhabi (UAE), B. Zuga, and A. Kapenieks (Latvia)
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461-137 Streaming Audio-Video Content Over Internet with a Multimedia Presentation Generator
M.-F. Vaida, O. Buza, and K. Pusztai (Romania)
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Track Collaborative Learning in WBE FreeSubscription
461-010 Self-Organizing Social Learning through the Monastery Gates
R.M. Baker and D.L. Passmore (USA)
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461-027 E-Content: Interoperable Learning Framework
N.B. Serbedzija (Germany)
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461-033 A 'Swiss Army Knife' for Chatting in Distributed Educational Settings
J. Lonchamp (France)
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461-076 Students' Collaboration during Dyadic Debates in Secondary School
M.J. Marttunen and L.I. Laurinen (Finland)
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461-085 An Online Games-based Collaborative Learning Environment to Teach Database Design
T.M. Connolly, M. Stansfield, and E. McLellan (UK)
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461-130 Improving Tacit Knowledge Transfer within SMEs through E-Collaboration
R. Harris (UK)
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461-149 A Collaborative Knowledge Base with Richness, Immediacy, and Responsiveness
R. Abbott (USA)
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461-182 Collaborative Learning Grid and e-Pedagogy – Including Considerations of Standardizing Technologies
T. Okamoto and M. Kayama (Japan)
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Track Virtual Scientific Labs and Virtual Reality FreeSubscription
461-041 LEPLA – Learning Environment for Physics Laboraory Activities
L. Jakobsson and R. Johansson (Sweden)
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461-063 Development of a Methodology to Visualize and Conduct a Physical Experiment as a Web-based Virtual Experiment
S.K. Chaturvedi, S. Bawab, H. Khan, and T. Abdel-Salam (USA)
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461-074 Online Classroom Simulation: Using a Virtual Environment to Prepare for Classroom Reality
B. Ferry, L. Kervin, S. Puglisi, J. Turbill, B. Cambourne (Australia), D. Jonassen (USA), and J. Hedberg (Singapore)
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461-086 A Virtual Learning Environment for the Support of Teaching, Studying and Learning in Technology Education
M. Lehtonen (Finland), G. Thorsteinsson (Iceland), T. Page (UK), and H. Ruokamo (Finland)
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461-159 Conceptual Agent Models for a Virtual Reality and Multimedia E-Learning Environment
G. McArdle, T. Monahan, M. Bertolotto, and E. Mangina (Ireland)
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Track Software Systems, Tools, and Agents for WBE FreeSubscription
461-012 A Web Assisted System for Classroom Teaching
F. Musa (Israel)
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461-134 Component-based Automated E-Learning
G. Fernandez (Australia), A. Sterbini, and M. Temperini (Italy)
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461-152 Lesson Support System for the Improvement of the Programming Exercise Lesson
S. Matsuura and S. Atsuta (Japan)
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461-162 Development of an Integrated E-Learning System and Implications from Its Practice
W. Tsukahara, K. Seki, and T. Okamoto (Japan)
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461-164 An Agent Framework for Learning Systems
I.T. Hawryszkiewycz (Australia)
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461-167 Lessons in Computer Supported Operations Planning – A Hybrid Learning Implementation
G. Zülch, R. Schwarz, and P. Steininger (Germany)
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461-170 Skills SuperStore: Study Skills Interactive Training Environment
C.M. Bermingham and A.E. Mahdi (Ireland)
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Track Learning Objects and Educational Portals for WBE FreeSubscription
461-015 Integrating Portal based Support Tools to Foster Learning Communities in University Courses
N. Pinkwart, A. Harrer, S. Lohmann, and S. Vetter (Germany)
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461-030 Aspect-oriented Learning Objects
V. Pankratius (Germany)
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461-040 Learning Objects and Learning Styles as a Foundation for a Multi-Agent Web-based Education System
S. Sun and M. Joy (UK)
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461-079 Syndication of Discussion Metadata for the Better Access to Educational Content
M. Yamamoto and N.S.T. Chong (Japan)
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461-087 An Easy Way to Integrate SCORM Compliancy into Component based Learning Management Systems
P. Bauler, F. Feltz, N. Médoc, and W. Vandenberghe (Luxembourg)
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461-116 The "Bildungsportal Thüringen" – A Contribution to the Transparency of eLearning
H.-D. Wuttke and K. Schmidt (Germany)
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461-120 Reusable Learning Objects as Key Factor on AHKME e-Learning Platform
H.M.G. Rego, T.H.R.S.L. Moreira, and F.J.G. Peñalvo (Spain)
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461-169 Exploiting the Learning Object Paradigm for Supporting Web-based Learning Communities
S. Chatzinotas and D. Sampson (Greece)
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Track Authoring and Adaptive Systems FreeSubscription
461-045 The Design and Development of a Scaleable e-Learning Authoring System
R.J. Aust and E.L. Meyen (USA)
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461-048 A Web-based Learning Environment for Supporting Individualized Learning in Elementary Education
A.W.P. Fok and H.H.S. Ip (PRC)
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461-059 Adaptive Educational Technologies in Virtual University
I. Galeev, O. Kolosov, and A. Filyaev (Russia)
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461-088 Expanding E-Learning Documents on the Semantic Web
M.-J. Yoo (Switzerland)
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461-109 'Authoring Once, Delivering Many': Creating Reusable Adaptive Courseware
C. Stewart (UK), A. Cristea (The Netherlands), T. Brailsford, and H. Ashman (UK)
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Track Special Session: Designing Learning Activities: From Content-based to Context-based Learning Services FreeSubscription
461-814 Designing Blended Learning Activities for Teaching and Sharing Foreign Brides Language, Culture and Computer Skills
M. Chang and W.-P. Lien (Taiwan)
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461-815 A Characterization of Composition and Execution Languages for Complex Learning Processes
J. Torres (Mexico), J.M. Dodero, I. Aedo, and P. Díaz (Spain)
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461-816 A Conceptual Framework of Computer-Supported Ubiquitous Learning Environment
L. Li, Y. Zheng, H. Ogata, and Y. Yano (Japan)
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461-817 A Model of Meta-Learning for Web-based Navigational Learning
A. Kashihara and S. Hasegawa (Japan)
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461-818 Designing Learning Services for Open Learning Systems Utilizing IMS Learning Design
P. Karampiperis and D. Sampson (Greece)
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461-819 Multiplatform E-Learning Environment – Preliminary Analysis
T. Goh and Kinshuk (New Zealand)
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461-820 Context Aware Service Oriented Architecture for Web based Education
S.J.H. Yang, B.C.W. Lan, I.Y.-L. Chen, B.J.D. Wu, and A.C.N. Chang (Taiwan)
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461-821 Describing Effective Collaborative Learning Flows using IMS Learning Design
D. Hernández-Leo, J.I. Asensio-Pérez, Y. Dimitriadis, M.L. Bote-Lorenzo, I.M. Jorrín-Abellán, and E.D. Villasclaras-Fernández (Spain)
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461-822 Developing Web-based Virtual Classroom based on IMS Learning Design Specification
F.-H. Wang (Taiwan)
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461-824 Mobile Authoring: Creating Contextualized Learning Objects
M. Specht (Germany)
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461-825 Towards the Implementation of IMS Learning Design in the LMS
I. Martínez Ortiz, P. Moreno Ger, J. López Moratalla, and B. Fernández-Manjón (Spain)
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Track WBE: National and International Projects and Policies FreeSubscription
461-066 Education in the Knowledge Society: Making Web-based Learning and Technology Work for Development
R.O. Slater (USA)
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461-139 Creating an eLearning Content Community for Graphic and Media Communication Technologies
A. Bäck and T. Väliharju (Finland)
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461-173 Quality, Usability and Economical Aspects in a Medical Web-based Training Service
N. Casalino, A. D'Atri, and E. Sorda (Italy)
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Track WBE Curriculum and Courseware Development FreeSubscription
461-052 Online Course Refinement through Association Rule Mining
A.Y.K. Chan, K.O. Chow, and K.S. Cheung (PRC)
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461-125 Functional Architecture of a Web-based Distributed System for University Curricula Support
P. Grew, I. Longhi, and E. Pagani (Italy)
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461-168 Computer Aided Instruction Modeling
J. Bajnai and C. Steinberger (Austria)
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461-177 Developing Online English Language Training for Specific Purposes: A Challenging Collaborative Effort
J.B. Strother (USA)
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Track Case Studies on Web-based Learning and Web-based Training FreeSubscription
461-031 Supporting Teachers using Web-based Technologies: The Case of InnoTeach and Forum New Learning
A. Ninck and C. Schmid (Switzerland)
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461-098 Virtual Educational Community and Illiteracy: A Pilot Action "Olivier Roma & Gypsy"
S.M. Delouis (France) and M. Jalobeanu (Romania)
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461-099 When Students become Users: Design and Usability Evaluation of a Web-based Learning Tool
A.A. Lucero (The Netherlands) and F. Muñoz (Chile)
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461-110 Non-Linear Course Structure in Learning in Digital TV
P.J. Aarreniemi-Jokipelto (Finland)
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461-121 Investigating the Power of Presence: Using Online Communities to Support New Academic Faculty
J. Yorke, I. Hametz, M. Pannell, and T. Rees (UK)
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461-150 Navigating E-Pedagogy: Viewing Online Teaching and Learning as Cultural Systems
J.M. Matuga (USA)
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461-163 Place Metaphors in Educational CVEs: An Extended Characterization
E. Prasolova-Førland (Norway)
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461-165 Illustration Watermarking: A Novel Concept for Dissemination of E-Learning
T. Vogel (Germany)
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461-180 Online Learning Myths, Truths: Inspiring Successes, Surprising Research, Practical Guidelines
M.B. Yoder (USA)
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461-801 Any Time? Any Place? – The Impact on Student Learning of an On-Line Learning Environment
A. Jefferies, M. Thornton, S. Parkhurst, M. Doolan, and J. Alltree (UK)
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461-804 Support Mechanisms for Web-Enhanced Learning in Diverse Cultural Contexts
L.A. Frumkin, M. Mimirinis, A. Murphy, M.T. Dimitrova, and G. Dafoulas (UK)
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Track Communication Technology and Mobile Education/Learning FreeSubscription
461-112 Architecture of an Online/Offline e-Learning System
C. Ruess, M. Brusdeylins, and C. Kuhmuench (Germany)
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461-113 Higher Education for People on the Move – Planning a Career While Roaming Around the World
B. Ask and H. Haugen (Norway)
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461-126 Examples of Wireless Technologies' Impacts
I. Hamburg, A. Hamburg (Germany), and M. Mihnea (Romania)
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461-129 Learner's Privacy Enhanced Architecture for Distance Learning
A. Inomata, Y. Oyama, S. Uda, T. Okamoto, and E. Okamoto (Japan)
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461-806 The Use of Search Engine Technologies to Enhance an On-Site Learning Experience
M. Arrigo, M. Gentile, and D. Taibi (Italy)
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Track Quality Issues, Testing, and Assessment in WBE FreeSubscription
461-006 st Years' Undergraduate Mega-Modules' /> Using VLE's for On-Line Learning in 1st Years' Undergraduate Mega-Modules
H.J. Temmink (UK)
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461-065 Ensuring Quality in the Design, Development and Implementation of Computer based Learning Packages – A Best Practice Framework
N. Hanney and P. Watson (UK)
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461-077 Balanced Scorecard Usage in e-Learning Systems
J. Nuzhnaja and E. Õunapuu (Estonia)
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461-100 The InterTest Multiple-Choice Web-based Software
P. Pouyioutas, M. Poveda, V. Kalogerou, and D. Apraxine (Cyprus)
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461-107 Assessing American Sign Language Performance: Developing an Environment for Capturing, Evaluating, and Monitoring Student Progress
S. Hooper, S. Rose, and C. Miller (USA)
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461-111 A Proposal of Criteria for Evaluation of Distance Education Courses
A. Dahmer, R.M. Viccari, and D.J. Nunes (Brazil)
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461-117 A Web-based Outcome Assessment Tool: EvalTOOLSTM
F. Mak, S. Frezza, and W.-S. Yoo (USA)
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461-119 An Online Test Tool to Create Quizzes by Students – Analysis of Competitive and Collaborative Quiz Creation by Groups
M. Takagi, D. Hirashima, M. Tanaka, and Y. Teshigawara (Japan)
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461-154 Quality Issues in Web-based Education: Is a Six-Week On-Line Course Quality Professional Development?
E. Johnson (Germany)
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Track Special Session: Web-based Education for Elementary and Infant Education FreeSubscription
461-808 A Support System for Early Childhood Education: e-Infant Education Net System
K. Sasada, K. Shintani, H. Haga, and S. Kaneda (Japan)
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461-809 Identification and Positioning based on Motion Sensors and a Video Camera
J. Kawai, K. Shintani, H. Haga, and S. Kaneda (Japan)
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461-810 A Children's Music Education Support System using Sensor Data, Video Images, and Sound Data
H. Shimizu, K. Morimoto, S. Kaneda, H. Haga, and K. Shintani (Japan)
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461-811 Proposal for a Framework of Community Support in Infant Education by using the Combination of Multiple Cameras and a Bulletin Board
K. Shintani, K. Komai, A. Yoshida, S. Kaneda, and H. Haga (Japan)
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461-812 New Childhood Observation Method by Active Mass
A. Kono, K. Shintani, M. Ueda, and S. Kaneda (Japan)
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461-813 A Study of Information Education in Early Childhood Education Courses
M. Hirano, K. Shintani, Y. Miyata, A. Inoue, and S. Kaneda (Japan)
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Track Special Session: Web-based Teaching and Learning Technologies FreeSubscription
461-826 Using Semantic Web Mining Technologies for Personalized e-Learning Experiences
P. Markellou, I. Mousourouli, S. Spiros, and A. Tsakalidis (Greece)
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461-827 Visualizing Learning Networks for Instructor Support
V. Tzoumakas and B. Theodoulidis (UK)
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461-829 Semantic Learning Interventions using Web Services Technology
P. Adamopoulou, D. Kanellopoulos, E. Sakkopoulos, and A. Tsakalidis (Greece)
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461-830 Overview & Classification of Web-based Education (Systems, Tools & Practices)
T. Hadzilacos and M. Xenos (Greece)
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461-831 Concepts for Knowledge-oriented Learning
J. Lischka, J. Bajnai, and D. Karagiannis (Austria)
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461-832 Using Expert Systems Technology for Student Evaluation in a Web-based Educational System
I. Hatzilygeroudis, P. Chountis, C. Giannoulis, and C. Koutsojannis (Greece)
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461-833 Capturing Application-Domain Specific Patterns in a Web Application: The E-Learning Paradigm
D. Dimitrakopoulou, M. Rigou, S. Sirmakessis, A. Tsakalidis, and G. Tzimas (Greece)
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Track Case Studies on Innovative Teaching and Learning Technology FreeSubscription
461-007 Supporting Inductive Reasoning in Adaptive Virtual Learning Environment
T. Lin, Kinshuk, and P. McNab (New Zealand)
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461-019 Computer Managed Instruction Interoperability in E-Learning Systems
A. Goh and J.X. Tou (Singapore)
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461-032 Providing Interoperability Services in the Ubiquitous Digital Library Project
R. Morales Salcedo, H. Ogata, and Y. Yano (Japan)
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461-038 A Response Analyzer System Utilizing Mobile Phones
K. Nagaoka (Japan)
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461-046 Web-based Support for Constructive Alignment
W. Yip (PRC)
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461-062 Experience Matrix System: A Novel Mining Method for Discover Learning Path
J.-H. Ho, C.-W. Tsai, C.-S. Yang, and C.-Y. Chuang (Taiwan)
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461-080 A Web Services Framework Supporting the Teaching of Web Engineering
M. Lockyer, G. Griffiths, B. Oates, D.W. Pulikkottil, and S. Roody (UK)
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461-095 Negotiated Learning by Fuzzy Cognitive Maps
A. Peña and H. Sossa (Mexico)
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461-124 The Application of TINS to Enhance Theme-based Inquiry Learning in a Taiwanese Rural Elementary School
M.-J.H. Lin and C.-D. Lin (Taiwan)
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461-172 From Web to Grid: Evolution of a Learning Environment
C. Allison, R. Nicoll, M. Bateman, and B. Ling (UK)
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Track Case Studies on Corporate, Vocational, and Adult Learning, and Distance Education FreeSubscription
461-017 Didactics, Technology, and Organisation of Project based Distance Education
M. Knudsen, O. Borch, and J. Helbo (Denmark)
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461-051 CyberSurvivor: Motivational Factors at Work in a Game Played with Adult Learners Over the Internet
L. van Ryneveld (South Africa)
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461-078 Building a Digital Library in the Field of Vocational Education and Training
M. Willem (Greece)
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461-093 Fostering Cross Border e-Business Cooperative Environment through Usage of Web based Education – The EU Project FOCUS-SIAT
B. Jerman-Blažič, T. Arh, and M. Pipan (Slovenia)
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461-118 Corporate E-Learning: Effects on the Work-Life Balance and Quality of Life of Employees
T. Bandopadhyay and P. Kumar (India)
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461-171 Embedding eLearning in Corporate Training: Lessons from a Case Study
S.A. Borotis, A.K. Poulymenakou, and V.A. Karamanis (Greece)
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Track Subject-Specific Web-based Teaching and Learning FreeSubscription
461-016 Teaching Computational Fluid Dynamics via Internet
M. Juraeva, E.G. Ivanov, and D.J. Song (Korea)
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461-044 Establishing a Better Web-based Teaching Environment for English as a Foreign Language using Hyperwave
J. Azuma (Japan)
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461-082 A Web-based Environment to Support Teaching of Programming Paradigms
D. Rösner and M. Amelung (Germany)
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461-114 Learning Modern Greek on the Web: The 'Filoglossia' Software
N. Hatzigeorgiu, N. Sidiropoulos, and F. Charalabopoulou (Greece)
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461-176 A Thin-Client Approach for Distance Learning of Measurement Instrumentation
N. Ranaldo, S. Rapuano, M. Riccio, and E. Zimeo (Italy)
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461-800 Teaching Computers as a Human Spiritual Evolution
M.-F. Vaida (Romania)
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461-803 The SPURT Approach: An Alternative Way of Teaching Engineering Matters
R. Salomon, B. Krumpholz, and H. Pfüller (Germany)
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461-807 Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs) for Electronic Engineering Students
C. McHugo and T. Hall (Ireland)
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This publication covers the following topics: Multimedia Technology in WBE; Collaborative Learning in WBE; Virtual Scientific Labs and Virtual Reality; Software Systems, Tools and Agents for WBE; Learning Objects and Educational Portals for WBE; Authoring and Adaptive Systems; Designing Learning Activities: From Content-based to Context-based Learning Services; WBE: National and International Projects and Policies; WBE Curriculum and Courseware Development; Case Studies on Web-based Learning and Web-based Training; Communication Technology and Mobile Education/Learning; Quality Issues, Testing and Assessment in WBE; Web-based Education for Elementary and Infant Education; Web-based Teaching and Learning Technologies; Case Studies on Innovative Teaching and Learning Technology; Case Studies on Corporate, Vocational, and Adult Learning, and Distance Education; and Subject-Specific Web-based Teaching and Learning.

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