Computers and Advanced Technology in Education    (CATE 2005)

August 29 – 31, 2005
Oranjestad, Aruba
Editor(s): V. Uskov
506 pages
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Track Wireless Communication and Interactive Technology for Learning Environments FreeSubscription
470-049 Evaluating Virtual Learning Communities using a Nonlinear Model
L.H.L. Araújo, G.J. Lucena Filho, and M. Losada (Brazil)
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470-066 Virtu@l Consult@tion: An Interactive Learning Environment for Remote Medical Learning
E. Medélez Ortega, A. Burgun, and P. Le Beux (France)
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470-076 Wireless Network Facilitating Learning - Technology Transfer from Idea to Business
J. Puhakainen and P. Malinen (Finland)
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470-122 Mobile and Pocket PC Web-Access to the Library IS as a Part of the Advanced Education
M. Arsic, D. Ilievski, A. Kulakov, V. Trajkovic, S. Kalajdziski, and D. Davcev (Macedonia)
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470-124 Students as Knowledge Architects: The TôLigado Project - Your School Interactive Newspaper
B. Passarelli (Brazil)
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470-137 Multipoint Conferencing through a Satellite IP Network
N. Osawa, T. Shibuya, Kiyahiro Yuki, K. Kondo (Japan), U. Sastrokusumo (Indonesia), T. Komolmis (Thailand), and H. Kuroiwa (Fiji)
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Track Software Systems and Tools for Technology-based Education FreeSubscription
470-007 The Synergy of Course Redesign: Multimedia Technologies Impacting Student Learning and the Bottom Line
S.I. Banister and T. Herman (USA)
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470-051 Towards a Model of Automated Adaptive Content Delivery Training Utilizing Fuzzy Logic
G. Vert, A. Phadnis, R. Yakkali, and X. Yu (USA)
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470-062 Far-Distance Rapid Prototyping of Embedded Systems
K. Henke, H.-D. Wuttke, and S. Ostendorff (Germany)
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470-093 Learning Object Combination Support System based on ARCS Model of Motivation
I. Satoh and R. Okada (Japan)
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470-103 PSP Web-based Log Tool in a Teaching Environment
W.-S. Yoo, S. Frezza (USA), and C.-Y. Park (South Korea)
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470-125 Development of Cyber Assistant Professor (CAP) and Cyber Person Scenario Language 2 (CPSL2) for Interactive 3DCG Animation
H. Matsuda and Y. Shindo (Japan)
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470-126 Programming Exercise Evaluation Method using Code Review for Improvement of Programming Skill
S. Matsuura, S. Atsuta, and T. Fujiwara (Japan)
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470-128 E-MEMORAe: An Assistance Environment for E-Learning
A. Benayache and M.-H. Abel (France)
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470-139 Computer-Assisted Pop-Up Design for Children: Computationally-Enriched Paper Engineering
S.L. Hendrix and M.A. Eisenberg (USA)
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470-143 Multimodal Tutoring Interface for Robotic Learning Appliances
G. La Russa and E. Sutinen (Finland)
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Track Internet2 Applications in Education FreeSubscription
470-807 Internet2 in the Teaching and Learning Process
R. Wolffe (USA)
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470-808 Reinventing the Stage
G.H. Brown (USA)
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470-809 Globally Distributed Collaboration: Crossing Classrooms, Continents and Cultures
J.C. Oliverio (USA)
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470-810 Artists Working in Networked Space: A New Aesthetic
J. Walz (USA)
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470-811 Technological Underpinnings of Intercontinental Connectivity
A. Quay (USA)
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Track Collaborative Technology-based Learning FreeSubscription
470-043 Collaborative Learning in Anahuac del Sur University @prende Project
O. Díaz Alcántara (Mexico)
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470-060 Capturing Requirements for the Modelling of Collaborative Learning Experiences
M. Caeiro-Rodríguez, L. Anido-Rifón, and M. Llamas-Nistal (Spain)
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470-071 A SCORM-based English Remedying Learning System for Pre-Junior High School Students
J.-M. Hsu, C.-S. Lin, H.-I. Wu, and I.-J. Su (Taiwan)
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470-092 Roles, Culture, and Computer Supported Collaborative Work on Planet Oit
L. Brandt, O. Borchert, K. Addicott, B. Cosmano, J. Hawley, G. Hokanson, D. Reetz, B. Saini-Eidukat, D.P. Schwert, B.M. Slator, S. Tomac (USA)
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470-136 Supporting Collaborative Construction of Knowledge: Lessons Learned
E. Prasolova-Førland and M. Divitini (Norway)
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470-140 Evaluation and Utilization of SICAS - A System to Support Algorithm Learning
B. Rebelo, M.J.P. Marcelino, and A.J. Mendes (Portugal)
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470-805 Building Web-based Cross-Program Solution Communities through Problem Solving and Case Study Analysis
R.B. Angel, R.L. Sanders, and J.H. Tashner (USA)
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Track Virtual Reality and Virtual Labs FreeSubscription
470-006 The Development of Internet Virtual Zoo
W. Tarng and H.-H. Liou (PRC)
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470-024 Simulate Pedagogical Reasoning in a Virtual Environment for Training
C. Buche and R. Querrec (France)
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470-037 Physically-based Visual Simulation of Comets in Virtual Environments Modeling the Solar System
D. Yamazaki and V. Savchenko (Japan)
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470-044 Toward a Virtual Lab. for Electronics Virtual Experiments
J.-P. Gerval and Y. Le Ru (France)
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Track Applications of Agent-based Technology for Learning FreeSubscription
470-023 Facilitating Constructivist Learning through Managing Learning Processes
W. Pan and I. Hawryszkiewycz (Australia)
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470-045 Automatic Update of AIML Knowledge Base in E-Learning Environment
O. De Pietro, M. De Rose, and G. Frontera (Italy)
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470-121 E-Learning Repository Search Agent
E. Õunapuu (Estonia)
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Track Best Practices on Technology-based Education and Training FreeSubscription
470-005 Application of Modeling, Simulation and Optimization in Engineering Education
J. Vondrich (Czech Republic)
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470-016 Blended E-Learning as an Institutional and Academic Enterprise
T.H. Reynolds and R.O. Slater (USA)
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470-042 An Observatory for E-Learning Technology Standards
L. Anido, L. Sabucedo, M. Caeiro, J. Santos, M. Llamas, M.J. Fernández, and F. Mikic (Spain)
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470-085 Research and Training Environment for Digital Design and Test
R. Ubar (Estonia) and H.-D. Wuttke (Germany)
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470-087 Educational Technology at Monterrey Tech
R. Morales-Menéndez, R. Ramírez Mendoza, J. Limón Robles (Mexico), and M. Ramírez Cadena (Spain)
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470-088 An Architecture for Distance Learning to Support Statistics Teaching
R. Grigorio Silva Gomes, R. Marcos de Moraes, and L. dos Santos Machado (Brazil)
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470-094 Year Long 3-User Trial of Code-Memory Diagram Animation Software for Teaching Computer Programming: Learning, Object Oriented Programming, & Workloads
M. Dixon (UK)
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470-110 Small Gas Flow Measurement - The Microcomputer Application in Education
M. Adámek, P. Neumann, and M. Matýsek (Czech Republic)
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470-115 Monitoring and Control Systems for Real Equipment Controlled by PLC in Education
T. Sysala and P. Dostál (Czech Republic)
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470-138 Multimedia and Cognitive Complexity: The Shakespeare Project at the University of Maryland University College
P. Monaco and R. Schumaker (USA)
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Track Design, Development and Implementation of Technology-based Curriculum FreeSubscription
470-019 Redevelopment of a Large Engineering Course from a Traditional to Blended Model - Circuit Theory Example
J. Rutkowski, K. Moscinska, and P. Klosowski (Poland)
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470-030 Inventing Course Development Approach for University HRD Enterprise with Blended Education
M. Yoshida (Japan), D. Lavansiri, and S. Sombuntham (Thailand)
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470-047 Advantages of Directed Independent Studies
R.E. Eggen and M.L. Eggen (USA)
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470-052 Developing, Implementing and Assessing a University Level Online U.S. History Course
D.J. Shelley (USA)
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470-077 Blended Learning in Computer Science for Students of Mechanical Engineering
K. Henning, A. Hermanns, and J.S. Jakobs (Germany)
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470-078 From Market Learning Needs to Curriculum Design and Creation of E-Learning Contents
Á.D. de Oliveira, E.R. Fradinho, J.F. Oliveira, and A.T. Barbosa (Portugal)
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470-118 Leveraging Grid Computing in an Intelligent Decision Making Course
D.J. Powell and J. Hollingsworth (USA)
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470-119 Using the Educative Knowledge Process Model in a Statistic and Probability Course for Engineers
R. Llamosa-Villalba, A. Llamosa Ardila, A. Guerrero Alarcón, J. Gómez Gutiérrez, L. Pinilla, S. Castellanos Gálvis, L. Castellanos, and V.H. Sanchez (Colombia)
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470-132 Towards Development of Best Practice Guidelines for E-Learning Courses at the University of Botswana
D. Giannini-Gachago, M. Lee (Botswana), and D. Thurab-Nkhosi (Trinidad and Tobago)
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470-135 An On-Line Course for On-Line Tutors - Professors and Staff Members as Students
B. Ask and H. Haugen (Norway)
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Track Technology-based Services for Education and Training FreeSubscription
470-061 Development and Evaluation of School Education Support System LINCS
Y. Yamamoto, S. Fujita, C. Lin, W. Schlecht, and S. Narita (Japan)
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470-063 A Distributed and Standardized Learning Resource Service Model based on Web Services
D. Wu, Z. Yang, W. Cheng, and Q. Liu (PRC)
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470-068 Culturally Appropriate Web Interface Design: Web Crawler Study
I. Kondratova, I. Goldfarb, R. Gervais, and L. Fournier (Canada)
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470-080 MapEx: Graphical Exercises based on Concept Maps for Computer Aided Learning
I. Esteban, M. Larrañaga, U. Rueda, M. Kerejeta, J.A. Elorriaga, and A. Arruarte (Spain)
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470-090 Implementing MITSA: Experiences with an E-Learning Web Service
R. Fraser and P. Mohan (Trinidad and Tobago)
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470-130 Realtime Feedback and On-Demand Playback System for Teaching Skill Improvement
T. Nakajima (Japan)
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470-142 Management of E-Learning Processes with High-Level Petri Nets
K. Keferstein, M. Mevius, and A. Oberweis (Germany)
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470-151 Developing Students' Skills to Analyze Data in Web-based Inquiry Learning Environment "Hiking Across Estonia"
M. Pedaste and T. Sarapuu (Estonia)
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Track Studies on Advanced Teaching and Learning Technology FreeSubscription
470-002 Virtual Learner Centred Approaches for Diversity in Learning: Recent Experiments with the Use of a Blog
W. Baets (France)
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470-021 Actual Conditions in using an E-Learning System - Learners' ICT Literacy and Off-line Behavior
K. Yuki and C. Li (Japan)
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470-026 Geo-Referenced Multisensory Information: A Productive Concept for Elementary School
M.J. Silva, C.A. Gomes, and M.J.P. Marcelino (Portugal)
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470-038 A Study on Computer Literacy of Students at U/CJC of Technology in Taiwan
H.-G. Hsu and C.-P. Ho (Taiwan)
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470-048 Moving from Print-based Distance Education to Blended Learning: Initial Challenges of an Evolving Process. [The Case of UWIDEC, St. Augustine]
D. Thurab-Nkhosi and L.S.H. Seecharan (Trinidad and Tobago)
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470-053 Universal Design for Learning: Lessons from the Classroom
S.A. Kurtts, J. Camp, and K. Bowie (USA)
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470-081 Bridging the Divide: Developing Interoperable Learner Record Systems
J. Yorke and T. Rourke (UK)
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470-083 Arterial Blood Gas (ABG) Interpretation: An Online Learning Activity for Healthcare Professionals
M.M. Maag (USA)
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470-091 Experimental Analysis of the Q-Matrix Method in Automated Knowledge Assessment
T.M. Barnes, D.L. Bitzer, and M.A. Vouk (USA)
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470-100 Systematic Approach to Advanced Training through E-Learning in Higher Education Institutions
C.V. Carvalho (Portugal)
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470-101 Interdisciplinary Team based Learning (ITBL): A Case Study
O. Alshara and N. Baker (UAE)
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470-111 Dynamic Virtual Instruction: Enhancing Online Courses and Connection
R.A. Vannatta and S. Banister (USA)
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470-113 Knowledge Control Approaches in Computer-Assisted Education
L. Zaitseva, C. Boule, and N. Prokofyeva (Latvia)
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470-127 Learning as Intrepid Exploration: A New Model for Teaching Children to Work with Computers
J. Denner and S. Bean (USA)
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470-133 Mediating Computer-based Constructivist Learning for Nursing Students in Neonatology: A Design Experiment
R.I. Diseko and D. van der Westhuizen (South Africa)
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470-141 Information Technology Fluency for Middle School Girls
S. Campe, L.L. Werner, and J. Denner (USA)
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470-147 Application of Micro-Scenario Method (MSM) to the Educational Problem-Solving - A Case Study for the Mother Tongue Maintenance for Immigrated Children
M. Kurosu and A. Kakefuda (Japan)
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470-148 Warehousing Marked Test Items for Course Evaluation
J. Ngwenya (Canada)
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470-802 A Study of Organizational e-Learning Management System in University
W. Tsukahara, K. Seki, and T. Okamoto (Japan)
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470-803 Knowledge Management for New Times with New Technologies to Promote New Learning: A Futures Approach to Self-Managed Learning
M. Fletcher (Australia)
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470-804 Feedback Loop of Remedial Instruction to Learner Diagnosis
J. Tchétagni and R. Nkambou (Canada)
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Track Technology-based Adult and Continuing Learning FreeSubscription
470-025 Web based Continuing Education: Exploring the Case of Medical Professionals
A. Mitra (USA)
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470-027 350 MW Fossil Power Plant Multiple Simulator for Operators Training
J. Tavira-Mondragón, I. Parra-Gómez, R. Martínez-Ramírez, and J. Téllez-Pacheco (Mexico)
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470-089 Defining Best Practices in Distance Professional Development: Lessons Learned from a National Videoconferencing Project
R.L. Rider and D.D. Manning (USA)
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This publication covers the following topics: Wireless Communication and Interactive Technology for Learning Environments; Software Systems and Tools for Technology-based Education; Internet2 Applications in Education; Collaborative Technology-based Learning; Virtual Reality and Virtual Labs; Applications of Agent-based Technology for Learning; Best Practices on Technology-based Education and Training; Design, Development and Implementation of Technology-based Curriculum; Technology-based Services for Education and Training; Studies on Advanced Teaching and Learning Technology; and Technology-based Adult and Continuing Learning.

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