Computers and Advanced Technology in Education    (CATE 2003)

June 30 – July 2, 2003
Rhodes, Greece
Editor(s): V. Uskov
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Track Keynote Address FreeSubscription
402-807 Stretching the Mold: Web Applications as a Tool for Change
B. Collis (The Netherlands)
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Track Invited Speaker FreeSubscription
402-808 The Model of Collaborative Learning and Technological Environment for Evoking Interactivity-building of Knowledge
T. Okamoto (Japan)
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Track Studies on Teaching and Learning Technologies and Processes for WBE FreeSubscription
402-087 Reflections on Aggregate-level Implementation of Online Courses
A.Y.K. Chan, K.O. Chow, and K. Chan (PRC)
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402-104 Using Topic Maps for E-learning
C. Dichev, D. Dicheva (USA), and L. Aroyo (The Netherlands)
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402-111 Developed Teaching Theories for Effective On-line Education Environment
I. Gondal and P. Odgers (Australia)
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402-153 Education through Research: A New Approach for the Development and Use of Educational Systems
M.C. Moraes, A.C. Bertoletti, R. Moraes, and A.C. da Rocha Costa (Brazil)
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402-319 Discovery Learning using Computer Simulations: Does Feedback Increase Student Performance
H. Dedic, S. Rosenfield (Canada), and Y. Lou (USA)
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402-321 Virtual Learning Process Modeled with Petri Nets
C. Vázquez H., L. Chirinos G., O. Portillo R. (Mexico), and K.-H. Kayser (Germany)
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402-805 Web-based Training of European Hematologists
A. D'Atri, N. Casalino, G. Zini, and R. Foà (Italy)
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Track Human Resources Issues of Technology-based Education FreeSubscription
402-016 ICT Policy for South Africa: New Developments
M.E. Herselman (South Africa)
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402-102 Cognitive Reasoning to Respond Affectively to the Student
P.A. Jaques, M. Bercht, E. Bocca, and R.M. Vicari (Brazil)
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402-266 Experiencing the Regular Classroom Curriculum using a New Access Technology
P.A. DiMattia and J. Gips (USA)
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402-306 A Survey of Current Practice of ICT Coordinators in Junior High Schools
C.-C. Wu, C.-C. Chan, and G.C. Lee (Taiwan)
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402-311 An Interdisciplinary E-learning System for the K-6
C. Tavares Ribeiro, C. Ribeiro, P. Dias, M. Rocha, and J. Neves (Portugal)
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Track Best PhD Presentation Award Competition FreeSubscription
402-157 Integrating Web-based Instruction and Classroom Teaching:Case Studies from the Caribbean
M. Bernard (Trinidad) and T. Cummings (Grenada)
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402-191 Using PIAGET to Diminish Distance in Distance Learning
I. Frango Silveira and M.A. Grigas Varella Ferreira (Brazil)
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402-206 From Scenarios to a Generic Architecture for Education and Training Systems
S.W. Matsui Siqueira (Brazil), M.H.L. Baptista Braz (Portugal), R. Nascimento Melo (Brazil)
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402-312 Transparent Integration of Learning Management Systems and Third-party Applications using Web Services
K. Friesen and N. Mazloumi (Germany)
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402-317 A Prototype for an Intelligent Tutoring System for Students Learning to Program in JavaTM
E.R. Sykes and F. Franek (Canada)
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402-335 Development of Corporate E-learning and Use of Wireless Technologies
N. Casalino (Italy)
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Track Studies in Web-based Education FreeSubscription
402-010 Web Learning and Teaching at Intercollege: Students Perspectives
P. Pouyioutas (Cyprus)
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402-019 A Study on Promoting Free of Charge LMS and Near Future Strategies for eLearning
M. Yoshida (Japan), D. Lavansiri (Thailand), S. Inoue (Japan), and S. Sombuntham (Thailand)
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402-068 Web-based Learning in Traditional and Distance Education: A Comparative Study
S. Woodcock (South Africa)
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402-128 The Importance of Time Budgeting for Online Learning
H. Wu and G. Andersson (Norway)
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402-131 On Student Teachers Attitudes Towards Online Learning
S. Manca, D. Persico, and L. Sarti (Italy)
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402-151 Web-based Learning in Teacher Education: Advanced Technology and Appropriate Tackling
H. Wu, S. Larsen, and G. Andersson (Norway)
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402-161 Teaching Net based In-service Courses
A.G. Nilsen and A. G. Almås (Norway)
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402-162 E-School: A Web-based School Management System
N.B. Serbedzija (Germany)
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402-204 Towards Cost-effective Open Architecture for Corporative WBT
L. Sheremetov, M. Contreras, M. Chi, E. German, and C. Osuna (Mexico)
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402-265 Adaptation in WBE Systems based on Student Model
L. Zaitseva and C. Boule (Latvia)
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Track Quality Issues, Testing and Assessment FreeSubscription
402-081 An Online Evaluation of Training in Virtual Reality Simulators using Fuzzy Gaussian Mixture Models and Fuzzy Relaxation Labeling
L. Dos Santos Machado and R. Marcos de Moraes (Brazil)
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402-115 Test Ontology
L. Soldatova and R. Mizoguchi (Japan)
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402-129 E-evaluation: Data Banking and Item Analysis
E. Pauselli and A. Cavallo (Italy)
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402-134 Using Self-assessment in a Cooperative Student Model
T. Roselli, A. Grasso, and P. Plantamura (Italy)
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402-152 Assessment Support in Web-based Authoring and Learning Environment
L. Pesin, M. Specht, and M. Kravcik (Germany)
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402-158 Developing Computer Simulation Performance Tests: Challenges and Criteria
D.J. Pucel and L.D. Anderson (USA)
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402-234 An Assessment and Evaluation Model for Distance Learning
K. Dahbur (USA)
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402-268 Teaching Information Systems and International Students: A Qualitative Examination of the Cultural Differences in Computer Supported Group Work
N. Rahmati (Australia)
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Track Communication Technologies FreeSubscription
402-112 Specifying Requirements for Focus Group Discussion Tool to Elicit User Requirements for CSCL
M.K. Zarinah and S.S. Siti (Malaysia)
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402-123 Low Cost Educational System for CAN Communications
M. Ángel Domínguez, F. Poza, P. Mariño, F.L. Cao, F. Machado, and H. Hernández (Spain)
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402-159 ASKS: A System for Supporting Discussions for Individualized Study Online Learners
J. Ngwenya, D. Annand, and C. Southgate (Canada)
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402-224 A Configurable Middleware Architecture for Deploying E-learning Services over Diverse Communication Networks
T.K. Apostolopoulos and A. Kefala (Greece)
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402-258 Reusing Discussion Forums as Learning Resources in WBT Systems
D. Helic, H. Maurer, and N. Scerbakov (Austria)
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Track Software Systems and Tools for WBE: Authoring Tools FreeSubscription
402-245 Authoring Tool Architecture for Technical and Technically-challenged E-learning Designers
L. Miller and E. Cloete (South Africa)
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402-260 An Implementation of an Online Course Authoring Tool
J.T.D. Yang, S. Lee, and J.C. Lin (Taiwan)
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402-802 Evaluation of MOT, an AHS Authoring Tool: URD Checklist and a Special Evaluation Class
A.I. Cristea and A. de Mooij (The Netherlands)
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Track Software Systems for WBE: Developing Learning Objects FreeSubscription
402-021 CompuGe: A Computational Geometry Learning Environment
W. Rivera (Puerto Rico)
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402-179 Nyx: A Tool for Generating Standard Compatible E-learning Courses with Consistent and Adaptable Presentation
A. Baudry, M. Bungenstock, and B. Mertsching (Germany)
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402-243 Towards an Instructional Design Methodology based on Learning Objects
L. Blondet Baruque, F. Porto, and R. Nascimento Melo (Brazil)
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402-293 De-fragmenting Knowledge: Using Metadata for Interconnecting Courses
M. Ronchetti, A. Giuliani, and P. Saini (Italy)
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Track Applications of Multimedia Technologies - Part 1 FreeSubscription
402-078 Digital Video Project: University of Pittsburgh
S.P. Arch (USA)
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402-083 Development of Multimedia Database for an Introductive Course of Information Technology
M. Fuse, R. Ohkawara, S. Matsue, D. Yokoyama (Japan), K. Morita, E.K. Maciewicz (Poland), A. Minato,
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402-105 On-line Remote Class with Live Video Transmission: A Case Study
V. Roesler, M. de Andrade, and L.M.R. Tarouco (Brazil)
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402-170 A Multimedia-based English Database Spoken by Japanese Learners for Use with CALL
M. Shimizu, T. Fukushima, M. Dantsuji, and K. Shimizu (Japan)
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402-190 Development of HTML Templates Introducing Simple Multimedia Database for Startup of Teacher Education
H. Suzuki, H. Nakano, S. Ozawa, K. Mikawa (Japan), K. Morita, and E. Krassowska Maciewicz
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402-313 Supporting Effective Learning using Multimedia: A Case for Video
J. Yorke (UK)
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402-315 Has the Time Come for Using Video-based Lectures over the Internet? A Test-case Report
M. Ronchetti (Italy)
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402-809 Bradley University: Towards Innovative Web-based Education
V. Uskov and C. Etaugh (USA)
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Track Software Systems for WBE: Agent-based Technology FreeSubscription
402-048 Negotiation-based Multi-agent Resource Management in Distance Education
G. Kimovski, V. Trajkovic, and D. Davcev (Macedonia)
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402-127 Setting Groups of Learners using Matchmaking Agents
L. Magela Cunha, H. Fuks, and C.J. Pereira de Lucena (Brazil)
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402-227 Semantic Web Challenges for E-learning: A Discussion of the New Research Agenda in the E-learning Field
M.D. Lytras and A.A. Tsilira (Greece)
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402-233 Learner Agents as Student Modeling: Design and Analysis
T. Limoanco and R. Sison (Philippines)
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Track Web Services for WBE FreeSubscription
402-186 Web Services in Web-based Education Systems
W. Chen (Norway)
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402-267 Providing Personalized Learning Services
I. Hawryszkiewycz (Australia)
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402-326 Web Services based Framework for Facilitating Dynamic E-coaching Systems
A. El Saddik (Canada)
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Track Technology-based Education: Best Practices - Part 1 FreeSubscription
402-046 Projects and Math Computer Labs in Math Courses
G. León de la Barra, J. Figueroa, A.M. Urbina, and M. León de la Barra (Chile)
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402-053 Reinforcement Learning of Walking Behavior for a Lego-Mindstorms Robot
S. Fujisawa, R. Kurozumi, R. Ohnishi, K. Kawada, and T. Yamamoto (Japan)
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402-062 Local Network Security and Detection of Promiscuous Mode Nodes
K. Hirofumi and F. Koumassadouno (Japan)
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402-101 Educational Software for Biological Signals Processing
M. Šorf, J. Hodný, R. Pecherek, and L. Lhotská (Czech Republic)
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402-148 A MAPLE-based Verification Tool for Structured Analogue Circuit Design
A. Sarmiento-Reyes (Mexico) and L. Hernández-Martínez (Switzerland)
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402-156 A Survey of Network Performance Tools for Computer Networking Classes
S. Zeadally, E. Yaprak, Y. Li, and X. Che (USA)
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402-212 Design and Development of a Distance Learning Course in Computer Data Security
N. Sinha (USA)
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402-281 ARCHO: A Computer Based Learning System for Teaching Computer Architecture
S. Pizzutilo and F. Tangorra (Italy)
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402-299 A Call System with Dialogical Interaction
H. Kashiwagi, M. Kato, T. Hirota, and K. Ohtsuki (Japan)
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402-324 Computer based Experiments with Carbon Dioxide in Biology Lessons
A. Šorgo (Slovenia)
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Track Collaborative Learning FreeSubscription
402-106 Management of Collaborative Web-based Experiential Learning
E. McKay, B. Garner (Australia), and T. Okamoto (Japan)
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402-160 Evaluating Collaborative Learning Practices in a Virtual Groupware Environment
T. Dardoumis, F. Xhafa, and J.M. Marquès (Spain)
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402-184 Peer Profile Driven Group Support for Mobile Learning Teams
K.A. Hummel, R. Kopecny, and G. Kotsis (Austria)
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402-193 The Evaluation and Selection of Collaborative Tools in Distance Education
J. Baggaley (Canada)
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402-254 Architecture of Collaborative Learning Environment as Infrastructure for Personal Activity
T. Watanabe and T. Kojiri (Japan)
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402-264 BrainSpace - A Method for Computer Supported Collaborative Knowledge Construction
M. Büsser and A. Ninck (Switzerland)
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402-277 Fundamental Mechanism for Activating Discussion in Collaborative Learning of Mathematical Exercise: Detecting Answering Viewpoint based on Diagrams
T. Kojiri and T. Watanabe (Japan)
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402-303 Metadata for Collaborative Learning
Y. Tamura, T. Inoue, and Y. Miyadera (Japan)
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402-314 Design of Distributed Collaborative Activities for Young Children related to Map Use and Construction
I. Ioannidou and A. Dimitracopoulou (Greece)
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402-331 Using a Web-based Repository to Support Group Projects
M.A. Lockyer. G. Griffiths, B.D. Hebbron, and B.J. Oates (UK)
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402-804 Interactive Media and Team-based Learning in a Computer Graphics Course blending Online and Face-to-face Delivery
K.C. Wiese, V. Kyrylov, J.C. Nesbit, and T. Calvert (Canada)
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Track Studies in Open and Distance Education FreeSubscription
402-141 Distance Learning using a Digital Library: The GROW-NCERL Project
M. Budhu (USA)
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402-211 A Software System for Cost-effective Internet Delivery of Synchronous Distance Education
J.M. Pullen (USA)
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402-217 Application of the Transactional Distance Model to Collaborative Groupwork Research
V. Cano (UK)
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402-219 Performance Measurement of Pilot Global Distance Training Systems at KMITL
O. Wongwirat, S. Ratree (Thailand), and T. Wakabayashi (Japan)
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402-273 Study on Applying of Creative Thinking and Information Teaching into the Courses of Special Topics Making – Take Training Contestants for Scientific Exhibition as an Example
S.-T. Chu, Y.-W. Chu, and Y.-H. Chung (Taiwan)
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402-330 An Implementation of Interactive System for Internet-based Learning (ISIBL)
A. Al-Bassam and A. Al-Shammari (Kuwait)
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402-332 Advanced Distance Learning Systems: A Technical Approach using MS Sharepoint TM Portal Server
T. Bratitsis, G.H. Hlapanis, and A. Dimitracopoulou (Greece)
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402-801 Open and Distance Learning - New Opportunities in Education System. Multi-layer Roulette.
D. Rutkauskiene and G. Rutkauskas (Lithuania)
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402-810 A Conceptual Model of Educational Portal System for the Russian Federation
A. Ivannikov (Russia)
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Track Software Systems and Tools for WBE FreeSubscription
402-028 Use of Ontologies in a Learning Environment Model
I. Friss de Kereki (Uruguay), J. Azpiazu, and A. Silva (Spain)
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402-052 Why Do Adolescents Like to Play Computer Games, and What Do They Play? Taiwan High School Students Experiences
C. Chou and M.-J. Tsai (Taiwan)
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402-064 Internet-based Language Intelligent Tutoring Systems: Past, Present and Future State
I. Isemonger (Japan)
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402-088 A Web-based Japanese CALL System, the TeNiWoHa Checker, and Its Conformance to LTSA and EML
C. Nakabasami (Japan)
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402-135 Web based Educational Tool Access
K. Henke, H.-D. Wuttke, and A. Backhaus (Germany)
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402-220 Experiences in Developing ICT-tools for Web-based Training
D. Andone, R. Vasiu, and N. Robu (Romania)
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402-232 Some Brief Comments on Educational Software Design for Children
M. Hosein (Trinidad and Tobago)
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402-287 Portfolio-based Analysis in Developing Tools for a Web-based Programming Programming Project Course
J. Suhonen and E. Sutinen (Finland)
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402-289 A Metacognitive Tool for Web Surfing
M. Allegra, G. Chiazzese, A. Chifari, S. Ottaviano, and L. Seta (Italy)
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402-803 New Tutoring Skills for Online Learning: A Constructivist View
M. Baptista Nunes and M. McPherson (UK)
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Track Design and Development of Online Courseware FreeSubscription
402-095 On-line Course on Applied Mathematics
G. Faraco, P. Pantano, and F. Stranges (Italy)
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402-172 An Information Systems Design Theory for Web-based Education
D. Jones, S. Gregor, and T. Lynch (Australia)
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402-194 Design and Development of Multilingual E-learning Materials, TUFS Language Modules - Pronunciation
T. Kigoshi, S. Nakata, S. Abe, and H. Mochizuki (Japan)
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402-213 A Method for Developing Multilingual E-learning Material based on Functional Syllabus and XML Scripting: Dialogue Module in TUFS Language Modules
K. Yuki, K. Abe, and C. Lin (Japan)
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402-294 State-of-the-art in Training Systems for a Curriculum Design in Advanced Fieldbus Technology
P. Mariño, H. Hernández, M.A. Domínguez, F. Poza, F. Machado, and F. Vázquez (Spain)
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402-336 Design and Implementation of a Logical Framework for Course Configuration in E-learning
A. Sterbini and M. Temperini (Italy)
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402-337 Querying Distributed Educational Resources
B.-L. Doan and Y. Bourda (France)
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Track Virtual Reality and Virtual Scientific Labs FreeSubscription
402-097 Multiagents Systems for Virtual Environment for Training Application to Fire-fighting
R. Querrec, C. Buche, E. Maffre, and P. Chevaillier (France)
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402-145 A Synchronous Groupware and Some Scenarios for Conducting a Software Engineering Lab with Distributed Teams
S. Werner, A. Hunger, F. Schwarz, C. Schütz, and M. Jung (Germany)
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402-169 Development of "Detective Learning" System by Using Virtual Reality Technique - An Application for Virtual Museum
M. Fuse, R. Ohkawara, D. Yokoyama, A. Minato, S. Ozawa (Japan), E. Krassowska Maciewicz, and K. Mor
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402-178 The "Art" of Online Learning: Teaching Visual Art Virtually
B. Saromines-Ganne and P. Leong (USA)
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402-247 Alice in Knowledge Land: Learning in a Mobile Networked Environment
M. Ahmad and L. Wegner (Germany)
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402-280 Virtual Stories Authoring Tools for Pedagogical Purposes
J.-P. Gerval (France), M. Popovici (France, Romania), and J. Tisseau (France)
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402-283 Experiences using Virtual Laboratory Exercise for Teaching Electrical Safety
M. Keskinen, P. Laitinen, and L. Korpinen (Finland)
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402-338 A Virtual Reality Application for Distance Learning of the Earthquake in Taiwan
F.-C. Li (Taiwan), J. Angelier, B. Deffontaines (France), C.-F. Yieng, and C.L. Ming (Taiwan)
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Track Technology-based Education: Best Practices - Part 2 FreeSubscription
402-155 ADTTool: Learning Data Structures as Visual Abstract Data Types
A. de Mendonça Engelbrecht and B. Mascia Daltrini (Brazil)
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402-180 Support Tools for Computer Science Teaching and Learning
V.N. Kasyanov (Russia)
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402-181 Visualization as an Effective Tool for Confronting Astronomical Misconceptions
S. Al-Shidhani (Sultanate of Oman)
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402-187 Reasoning About the Learners Progress
M. Krahmer and A. Martens (Germany)
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402-188 Designing an MBL Package for School Science
J. Lavonen, K. Juuti, and V. Meisalo (Finland)
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402-196 Educational Software - Determination of Thermal Insulation Thickness of Pipe Systems
M. Krašna, A. Jakl, D. Goričanec, and F. Jakl (Slovenia)
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402-205 Advanced Technology and Tools Support in Software Engineering Capstone Project at MUSE Studio
S. Ramakrishnan (Australia)
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402-222 A New MATLAB-based Toolbox for Mutual Funds
S. Papadamou and G. Stephanides (Greece)
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402-310 An eFlashcard System for Teaching and Learning of English Vocabulary as a Foreign Language
G.C. Lee, Y.-J. Lo, C.-Y. Weng, and C.-C. Wu (Taiwan)
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Track Applications of Multimedia Technologies - Part 2 FreeSubscription
402-065 Development of a Classroom Teaching Improvement Support System Using a Web-based Teaching Portfolio with Video-on-demand
H. Miyata (Japan)
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402-143 Multimedia in Education: The Description of Two Experiences
N. Sala (Switzerland)
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402-259 Integrating Teaching with Research using Computer Vision Examples
G. Bebis and D. Egbert (USA)
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402-269 Awk-Linux: An Educational Operating System by Program Instrumentation
Y.-P. Cheng (Taiwan)
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402-307 Development of Website "Check-and-revise Your Motivational Design" based on the ARCS Model
K. Suzuki, A. Nishibuchi, M. Yamamoto (Japan), and J.M. Keller (USA)
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402-329 Automatic Camera Control System with both Image and Sound Processing
A. Suganuma and T. Ashikawa (Japan)
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402-334 Exploiting Links between Educational Resources to Improve the Efficiency of Search Tools
B.-L. Doan, M. Hannoun, and Y. Bourda (France)
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Track Studies on Teaching and Learning Technologies and Processes FreeSubscription
402-124 Accessiblity Through Usability
C. Egan, J. Johal, and A. Jefferies (UK)
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402-215 Support Algorithms for Grasping Learning Situations based on Visualization of Learning Information
S. Nakamura, K. Sato, Y. Miyadera, A. Koyama, and Z. Cheng (Japan)
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402-221 Support of Making a Guidance Plan using a Digital Teaching Guide
T. Inoue (Japan)
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402-235 Success and Failure of 1000 First Semester CS Students
M. Pizka and M. Broy (Germany)
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402-237 Defining Innovation and Best Practice in Teaching
D. Hagan and S. Markham (Australia)
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402-242 The Use of Professional Development School for Developing Student-teachers Professional Competencies
M. Ali (Indonesia)
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402-257 Critical View on a Concept to Present Learning Material using Different Didactical Theories in a Learning Environment
M. Bach (Germany)
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402-263 Students Perceptions: Integrating Problem-based Learning, Web-based Tools and Action Project Learning
W. Yip (PRC)
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The topics covered in this publication include: studies on teaching and learning technologies and processes for WBE; human resources issues of technology – based education; studies in web-based education; quality issues, testing, and assessment; communication technologies; software systems and tools for WBE: authoring tools; software systems for WBE: developing learning objects; applications of multimedia technologies; software systems for WBE: agent-based technology; web services for WBE; technology-based education: best practices; collaborative learning; studies in open and distance education; software systems and tools for WBE; design and development of online courseware; virtual reality and virtual scientific labs; and studies of teaching and learning technologies and processes.

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