Computers and Advanced Technology in Education    (CATE 2002)

May 20 – 22, 2002
Cancun, Mexico
Editor(s): Gustavo A. Santana Torrellas, Vladimir Uskov
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Track Collaborative Systems, Projects, and Web-based Learning FreeSubscription
355-045 Tasks Interdependencies in Collaborative Learning Activities: Specification and Modeling
I.L.M. Ricarte and A.B. Raposo (Brazil)
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355-050 Learning Object Evaluation: Computer Mediated Collaboration and Inter-rater Reliability
J. Vargo (New Zealand), J.C. Nesbit, K. Belfer (Canada), and A. Archambault (USA)
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355-060 Technology Diffusion into the Learning Process
I.T. Hawryszkiewycz (Australia)
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355-086 Using Learning Approaches to Support Medical Case Discussion in a Cooperative Environment
G. Sá Fortes Moreira, F. Campos, L. Rabelo, and A.R. Rocha (Brazil)
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355-097 A System for the Activity of Discussion in Virtual Educational Environments: Collaborative Knowledge Construction, Interactive Structures
E. Barberà Gregori (Spain)
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355-110 Sharing Toys on the Electronic Playground: Documenting Collaborative Classroom Interactions
J. Cohen, J. Dai, M. Wu, T. Wu, and M. Klawe (Canada)
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355-114 Computers and Collaborative Creative Writing in the Primary Classroom
E. Vass (UK)
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355-134 Linguistic Insecurity, Collaborative Learning and an
D. Mukherjee (Singapore)
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355-160 National Science Foundation Project on Web-based Undergraduate Education in Information Engineering Technology
V. Uskov and A. Uskov (USA)
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355-161 The European E-learning Initiative Implemented through an International, Networked University
H. Haugen, B. Ask, and T. Hjeltnes (Norway)
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355-166 Web-based European Education, Training and Accreditation in Hematology
A. D'Atri, N. Casalino, E. Pauselli, G. Zini, and R. Foà (Italy)
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355-172 Problem Solving as a Collaborative Design
J. Barojas, E. Jiménez, and R. Sayavedra (Mexico)
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355-205 Collaborative Courseware Authoring Support
D. Dicheva (USA), L. Aroyo, and A. Cristea (The Netherlands)
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Track Computer-Assisted Learning and Instruction FreeSubscription
355-030 Object-oriented Modeling of Spatio-temporal Dance Data
S. Kalajdziski, V. Trajkovic, and D. Davcev (Macedonia)
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355-044 Personalization Approach of a Web based Java Programming Tutorial
G. Aguilar and K. Kaijiri (Japan)
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355-067 The Use of Computers and Advanced Technology in Electrical Engineering Laboratory Exercises
S. Kuusiluoma, T. Keikko, and L. Korpinen (Finland)
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355-100 Computer-assisted Software Engineering Courses
K. Ala-Mutka (Finland)
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355-101 Project-based Training PBT, an Addition to CBT and WBT
C. Breu, N. Meckl (Germany), and J. Sametinger (Austria)
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355-113 A Computer and Information Literacy Requirements: it's History and its Assessment (NetTest)
D.H. Cooley, S. Gomm, and J. Kinkead (USA)
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355-118 Evaluation of Multi-modal Delivery Methods in Realtime Writing Program
C. King and B. Fricker (Canada)
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355-138 Generating and Using Speech-text Coupled Sequences in Interactive Online Modules
H.-D. Wuttke and W. Fengler (Germany)
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355-195 Open Source and Tele-learning
J.J. Paijmans (The Netherlands)
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Track Curriculum Design and Development FreeSubscription
355-011 Instructor's Guideline for Web-based Construction Education
K. Al-Reshaid, N. Kartam, and H. Al-Bader (Kuwait)
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355-078 Integrated Research/Educational Knowledge Base for a New Computer Engineering Curriculum
E. Regentova, V. Muthukumar, H. Selvaraj, and S. Latifi (USA)
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355-085 Extending the Undergraduate Computer Science Curriculum to Include Information Retrieval and Data Mining
D. Grossman, N. Goharian, O. Frieder, and N. Raju (USA)
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355-094 A Blueprint for a Computer-based Education Framework
E. Weippl (Austria) and I. Khalil Ibrahim (The Netherlands)
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355-117 Developing a Scope and Sequence for Integration of Information and Communication Technology into the K-12 Curriculum
M. Rex (Canada)
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355-124 Design and Development of a Communication System Online Course in Undergraduation Program
C. Da Rocha Brito, M.M. Ciampi, and A. Botari (Brazil)
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355-139 Experiences using Web-based Education in Electrical Engineering
P. Saari, S. Kuusiluoma, H. Hytönen, T. Keikko, and L. Korpinen (Finland)
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355-167 The Design of an Integrated Course Delivery System for Web-based Distance Education
H. Wang and P. Holt (Canada)
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355-171 Teachers as Architects of Knowledge in E-learning
J. Barojas and J.S. Vázquez (Mexico)
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355-190 Graduate Students Meet Grassroots: International Development Online
M. Mildon (Canada) and S. Ming (USA) in cooperation with C. Hickey, S. Ho, S. Langdon, and S.B. Knight (Australia)
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355-194 Using Robotics for Teaching Computing Science, and Engineering at a Distance
B.A. Price, A. Hirst, J. Johnson, M. Petre, and M. Richards (UK)
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355-208 The Open Course Model: Collaborative Development of Online Content
R.S. Stephenson (USA)
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355-213 Reusable Learning Objects Approach to Web-based Education
V. Uskov and M. Uskova (USA)
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Track Institutional Issues and Special Educational Requirements FreeSubscription
355-035 Finding Space for Technology: Organizational and Instructional Issues for Computer-use in Schools
J. Jenson and C. Brushwood Rose (Canada)
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355-048 Accreditation: Easing the Pain of the Necessary Evil
R. Halverson (USA)
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355-053 Wanted: E-volution? Students' Views on E-learning
K. Goeman, J. van Braak, and E. De Vos (Belgium)
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355-080 The Expansion of Educational Opportunities in Rural Communities using Web-based Resources
K. Stevens (Canada)
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355-081 Assessing Children's Assistive Technology Needs through Video Conferencing
T.J. Simmons, D.K. Bauder, and D. Sharon (USA)
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355-129 A Complete Referral-Intervention-Identification-System for Special Education: RIIS
V.C. Ocegueda-Hernández (Mexico), J.U. Quevedo-Torrero (USA), M. Larios-Rosas, J.M. Loaiza-Moreno, C.P. González-Camacho (Mexico), and S.H.S. Huang (USA)
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355-132 Data Modeling for School Timetabling - A Case Study
A.C.M. Kwan, K.C.K. Chung, and K.K.K. Yip (PRC)
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Track Internet-based Educational and Training Systems FreeSubscription
355-028 Effects of Automation and Information Technologies on Process Control Education
S.-L. Jämsä-Jounela and J. Kämpe (Finland)
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355-090 Laboratory via Internet - New Ways in Education and Research
K. Henke, H.-D. Wuttke, and S. Hellbach (Germany)
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355-105 E-learning in Lithuania: New Possibilities using Web-based Training
D. Rutkauskiene and S. Stanys (Lithuania)
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355-107 LES: A Web-based Learning Evaluation System
A. Cavallo and E. Pauselli (Italy)
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355-112 An Alternative Approach to E-Teaching
F. Risso (Italy)
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355-115 Pool, Pond and Splash: A Canadian Infrastructure for Learning Object Repositories
M. Hatala and G. Richards (Canada)
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355-154 Engineering Educational Content
H. van Vliet and M. Grootveld (The Netherlands)
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Track Effectiveness, Quality Control, and Professional Development FreeSubscription
355-039 An Analysis of Student Usage of an Online Delivery System
J.S. Green (New Zealand)
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355-064 Professional Development On-line
J.D. Ferguson, M. Rehman, G. Weir, and J. Wilson (UK)
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355-066 Providing Quality Education in Remote, Rural Areas
B. Skaalid and T.C. Montgomerie (Canada)
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355-093 Mediated-Communication Tutoring Tools: When the Face Isn't Enough
F. Tajariol, M. Dubois, and J.-M. Adam (France)
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355-095 Use of Web-based Video CMC in Teaching Practicum Course
G.C. Lee and C.-C. Wu (Taiwan)
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355-096 Designing Education for the Web - Do We Understand the Basics of Representing Information Effectively?
L. Carswell and J. Richardson (UK)
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355-131 ICT Integration at a Taiwan Secondary School
C.-C. Wu and G.C. Lee (Taiwan)
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355-152 Reengineering for Quality On-Line
J. Ferguson, A. McGettrick, J. Wilson, and G. Weir (UK)
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Track Models, Tools, and Software Programs FreeSubscription
355-034 DASET: An Educational Tool for Concurrent and Distributed Algorithms Simulation
A. Córdoba, J.J. Astrain, E. Frías, F. Fariña, and J.R. Garitagoitia (Spain)
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355-038 Illustrating Mathematical Fundamentals with Microsoft Excel
S.J. Sugden (Australia)
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355-041 Distributed Application Architectural Prototypes - An Internet-based Greenhouse Gas Emission Trading Game and an Internet-based Calculator for an Industrial Ecology Prototype
S. Ramakrishnan (Australia)
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355-057 Configurable, Incremental and Re-structurable Contributive Learning Environments (CIRCLE)
T. Lin, A. Yang, Kinshuk (New Zealand), and A. Patel (UK)
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355-063 TutTelCast: A Multipoint Based Architecture
J.-F. Colin, K. Sbata, and P. Vincent (France)
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355-065 Evaluating the Instructional Environment for Learning to Solve Legal Cases Prosa
A.J. Muntjewerff (The Netherlands)
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355-072 A Learning Model for Distance Learning - Design Proposal
A. Al-Bassam and P. Neubert (Kuwait)
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355-075 A Course Update Mobile Agent for Web-based Distance Education
H. Wang and P. Holt (Canada)
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355-089 Development of Remote Execution Environments for SOL as Interactive Applications on the Web
N. Yokoo, H. Koide, and Y. Shigematsu (Japan)
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355-108 The Use of Lotus Notes® as a Comprehensive Learning, Evaluation, and Production System
D. Annand, C. Huber, and K. Michalczuk (Canada)
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355-109 Hezinet. The Hypermedia System that Makes the Basque Language Easy to Learn
Sara Sanz, J. Gutiérrez, T.A. Pérez, Silvia Sanz, J.A. Vadillo, and M. Villamañe (Spain)
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355-111 SPITS: An Intelligent Tutorial System for Schedule Properties
S. Barker and P. Douglas (UK)
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355-130 Development of Labeled Multimedia for WBT using SCORM
L. Sheremetov, and R.P. Valderrama (Mexico)
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355-148 Teaching Evolution with Visual Computer Simulations
P. Kokol and M. Kokol (Slovenia)
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355-170 Educational Software Environment for Motion Control
A. Onea and V. Horga (Romania)
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Track Virtual Reality and Online Education FreeSubscription
355-033 Hidden Markov Models for Learning Evaluation in Virtual Reality Simulators
R.M. de Moraes and L. dos Santos Machado (Brazil)
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355-049 A Web-based Virtual Laboratory in Support of Distance Education in Engineering
M. Karweit (USA)
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355-056 Virtual Reality As An Educational Tool
N. Sala (Switzerland)
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355-070 Virtual Environments for Children
J.-P. Gerval (France), M. Popovici (Romania), M. Ramdani, O. El Kalai (Morroco), V. Boskoff (Romania), and J. Tisseau (France)
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355-168 FairsNet: A Virtual Environment for Supporting Business Education
A. D'Atri, O. Missikoff, and E. Pauselli (Italy)
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355-180 From Children to Adults: Improving Education through Virtual Environments Technologies
J. Ferreira Franco and R. de Deus Lopes (Brazil)
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Track Database, Multimedia and Communications Technology FreeSubscription
355-046 Multimedia based Online Education in Germany
F. Bodendorf (Germany)
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355-059 A New Chaining Block Mode for Ciphering
N. Taboudjemat, O. Nouali, R. Saadi, and A. Berbar (Algeria)
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355-099 Tutorial on Internet Database
K. Chan (PRC)
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355-102 Multimedia Environment Support for the Interactive Education Process: A Case Study in Higher Education
F.E.G. de Deus, H. Abdalla, Jr., L.F. Ramos Molinaro, P. Ovídio I. Guimarães, R. Tadeu do Prado Sobral (Brazil)
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355-142 Low Cost Solution for AD-HOC Wireless Networks
K.R. Santhi, V.K. Srivastava, and G. Senthil Kumaran (Rwanda)
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355-147 Global Architecture and Partial Prototype Implementation for Enhanced Remote Courses
M.-A. Steinemann, S. Zimmerli, T. Jampen, and T. Braun (Switzerland)
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355-153 Updating System for Distributed Databases
T. Orzechowski (Poland)
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355-191 Using Intelligent Multi Agents in Managing Smart School Network
A. Gani, N. Abouzakhar, and G. Manson (UK)
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Track Special Session 1: Knowledge Management for E-Learning FreeSubscription
355-181 Learning Objects: Raising Standards or Raising Questions?
C. Sherwood (Australia)
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355-197 Aspects of Integrating E-learning Systems with Knowledge Management
A. Ulbrich and A. Ausserhofer (Austria)
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355-198 Intelligent Agents and E-business for E-learning
L. Slusky and P. Partow (USA)
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355-199 A Web-based Architecture for Promoting Re-usable Adaptive Educational e-Content
D.G. Sampson, C. Karagiannidis, and M.-G. Strintzis (Greece)
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355-200 Toward Adaptive Online Learning
S.R. Quinton (Australia)
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355-203 eLearning and Knowledge Management Towards Life-long Education
A. Ausserhofer (Austria)
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Track Special Session 2: Network and Distributed Computing
Technologies in E-Education
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355-216 Programmable SSL Interface and its Application in Data Management
H. Lin (USA) and C. Yang (Canada)
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355-217 Policy-based Privacy and Security Management for Collaborative E-education Systems
C. Yang, F.O. Lin (Canada), and H. Lin (USA)
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355-218 An Essay in E-learning Tools Categorization
L. Esmahi, P. Holt, H. Wang, and M. Abaza (Canada)
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355-219 Preferred Model of Distance Education in China
R. Sun (PRC)
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This publication covers the following topics: Collaborative Systems, Projects, and Web-based Learning; Computer-Assisted Learning and Instruction; Curriculum Design and Development; Institutional Issues and Special Educational Requirements; Internet-based Educational and Training Systems; Effectiveness, Quality Control, and Professional Development; Models, Tools, and Software Programs; Virtual Reality and Online Education; Database, Multimedia, and Communications Technology; Knowledge Management for e-Learning; and Network and Distributed Computing Technologies in e-Education.

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