Web-based Education    (WBE 2004)

February 16 – 18, 2004
Innsbruck, Austria
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Track Web-based Collaborative Learning FreeSubscription
416-053 Exploring the Use of Computer to Improve Self-efficacy and Reading Comprehension
S. Ottaviano, A. Chifari, L. Seta, and A. Ascolillo (Italy)
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416-073 Hyzone: Diversifying Resources in Learning Spaces via Personalized Interfaces
R.M. Salcedo, H. Ogata, and Y. Yano (Japan)
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416-089 Student Decision-making in Small Group Online Collaboration
P. Hietala, K. Koivunen, and E. Ropo (Finland)
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416-121 Online Learning: Attitudes, Expectations and Prejudices of Adult Novices
M. Delfino, S. Manca, D. Persico, and L. Sarti (Italy)
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416-128 Structural Communication and Web based Instruction
C. Villalba and A. Romiszowski (USA)
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416-141 A Web-based Cooperative E-Learning Environment for Musical Harmony Domain
E. Ferneda, E. de B. Costa, H.O. de Almeida, D.G. Rodrigues, and E.S. de Almeida (Brazil)
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416-142 Visualization Model of Group Activity in Collaborative Learning
Y. Tamura, D. Sasaki, S. Kouno, M. Himeta, and T. Okamoto (Japan)
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416-155 Platform and Functional Model for Collaborative Learning
M. Kayama and T. Okamoto (Japan)
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416-195 Asynchronous Collaborative Learning based on Web-shared Objects: A Naturalistic Inquiry Approach
J.I. Icaza and M.A. Pérez (Mexico)
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Track Case Studies on Innovative Teaching and Learning Technology FreeSubscription
416-017 Walkabout Learning: Balancing the Demands of Life and Learning
D. Casey (Australia)
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416-088 A Different Lunch: Role-play Simulations in Preparing Early Childhood Leaders
R. Linser, M. Waniganayake, and S. Wilkes (Australia)
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416-137 Simulation Education with Web-based Discrete Event Simulation Models
R. Juric, S. Kent, J. Kuljis, and R.J. Paul (UK)
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416-144 From Lecturing to Distance Learning in Cross-Border Education
S. Alaoutinen and J. Voracek (Finland)
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416-150 Personalized Education (PE) – Technology Integration for Individual Learning
A.W.P. Fok and H.H.S. Ip (PRC)
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416-183 Implementing a Positive Approach to Offshore Teaching
A. Fuller, P. McFarlane (Australia), and C.L. Lam (Malaysia)
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416-211 A Heuristic Question based Model for Web Education
M. Lan, S. Yu, and W. Zhou (Australia)
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Track Virtual Reality and Virtual Scientific Labs FreeSubscription
416-046 A Preliminary Study of Virtual Reality and Distance Learning about a Lifetime of Mosquito
F.-C. Li, H.-Y. Lee, J.-M. Li, Y.-D. Lee, B.-Y. Cheng, M.-S Wu, C.-F. Yieng, and Y.C. Lee (Taiwan)
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416-145 3D Physics – An Interactive Simulation Virtual World
B.S. Meiguins, M.D. Gomes, M.B. Garcia, R.D. de Souza, Jr., and L.A. Guedes (Brazil)
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416-147 Collaborative Virtual Lab for Electronic Experience
B.S. Meiguins, B.S. Meiguins, M.B. Garcia, R.D. de Souza, Jr., and L.A. Guedes (Brazil)
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416-214 Virtual Laboratory for Science Education
M. Bulla and S. Holec (Slovakia)
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416-219 Collecting Statistical Data of the Usage of a Web based Educational Software
P. Silvasti, L. Malmi, and P. Torvinen (Finland)
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416-220 Electronic Design Automation Laboratory with XML Web Services
S. Dawson and S. Sezer (UK)
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Track Multimedia Technology FreeSubscription
416-034 Web-based Education in Computing: An Action Research Study
G. Griffiths and B.J. Oates (UK)
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416-054 A Floor-controlled Centralized Conference System for Distance Learning
G.M.M.A. Smetana, R. Matushima, R.M. Silveira, T.C.M.B. Carvalho, and W.V. Ruggiero (Brazi
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416-064 Streaming Media and Advanced Web-based Education
V. Uskov and A. Uskov (USA)
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416-072 Multiple Representations of Content in Web-based Learning
G. Salter and H. Stratti (Australia)
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416-103 Speech Enabled Services in a Web-based E-Learning Environment
M. Eichner, M. Göcks, R. Hoffmann, and M. Wolff (Germany)
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416-114 Effects of Interactive Multimedia in Distance Learning
G. Javidi and E. Sheybani (USA)
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416-129 Teaching Robotics Systems in a Multimedia Environment
J.C. Freire, Jr., R.B. Kina, R.A. Neves, and J.V. de Lima (Brazil)
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416-134 Físchlár-Nursing, using Digital Video Libraries to Teach Nursing Students
C. Gurrin, P. MacNeela, A.F. Smeaton, H. Lee, P. Browne, and K. McDonald (Ireland)
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416-210 Animated and Interactive E-Learning Concept and Realization
H. Weiss, A. Schmidhofer, A. Schmid (Austria), V. Hajek (Czech Republic), B. Davat (France
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416-226 Emulative Software Engineering – Experiment and Experience
K. Zhang and Q.-X. Xiong (PRC)
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416-229 Position-aware Multimedia Mobile Learning Systems in Museums
L.-D. Chou, C.-H. Wu, S.-P. Ho, and C.-C. Lee (Taiwan)
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Track Authoring Systems for Web-based Education FreeSubscription
416-010 Web-based Education Tool for Teaching Animation in Higher Education
A. Prata and P. Lopes (Portugal)
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416-119 Course Configuration via Logic and Graphic Tools
A. Sterbini and M. Temperini (Italy)
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416-131 Structural Communication – A Learning Environment Prototype
R. Vida Noronha, F. Marcio da Silva, C. Torres Fernandes, and N. Omar (Brazil)
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416-132 Schoolbook – An Authoring Tool and Content Management System
T. Kupka, J.E.W. Zajaczek, M. Behrends, G.F. Walter, and H.K. Matthies (Germany)
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416-213 Implementation of Digital Dice and Its Application on Open Digital English Instruction-assisted System
R.-Y. Hwang (Taiwan)
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Track WBE Courseware and Curriculum Design and Development FreeSubscription
416-107 The Exerciselet Framework in Exercise Adaptation in Web-based Training
S.-P. Lahtinen and E. Sutinen (Finland)
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416-127 Virtual Enterprises to Develop Learning Environments in an E-Marketplace
A. D'Atri and E. Pauselli (Italy)
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416-153 Instructional Support and Course Development for Computer Literacy Course: Using Anchored Instruction
O.T. Eyitayo and D. Giannini (Botswana)
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416-161 Learn, Chat and Play – An ECA Supported Stock Markets E-Learning Curricula
L. Laufer (Hungary) and G. Tatai (UK)
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416-212 Web-based Postgraduate Course Design According to Experiential Learning
P.P.F. Lo (PRC)
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Track Case Studies on E-Learning and E-Training FreeSubscription
416-004 Is There a Facilitator on the Phone? The Role of the Teacher in Online Learning
A. Ferrier (UK)
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416-032 Strategies for Enhancing Instructor Immediacy in E-Learning
H. Liu and L. He (PRC)
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416-074 Student Participation in Online Courses: Who are Active Students and Who are not
A.Y.K. Chan, K.O. Chow, and J. Cao (PRC)
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416-116 Elearning Platform with Microelectronic Contents
T. Ostermann (Austria), L. Krahn, R. Jancke (Germany), C. Lackner, R. Kössl, R. Hagelauer (Austria),
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416-139 Diagnosing Student Errors in E-Learning Environment using MPE Theory
R. Nkambou and J.P.M. Tchetagni (Canada)
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416-158 Experience Gained from the Implementation of Web-based Applications within the Framework of Hands-on Training
A. Schmidt and W. Skrzypczyk (Germany)
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416-197 The CATTID's Approach to Design Asynchronous Distance Instruction for Web-based Learning
C.M. Medaglia, U. Biader Ceipidor, and A. Imbellone (Italy)
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416-215 Situated Learning with the Learning Environment jBAT
E. Giani and U. Schroeder (Germany)
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Track Quality Issues, Testing, and Assessment FreeSubscription
416-018 Assessing the Effectiveness of an On-line Computer Science Course
S.T. Karamouzis (USA)
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416-063 Web-based Programming Assignments with Real-time Marks and Recommendations
J.L. Ruiz, J.C. Dueñas, T. de Miguel, J.L. Arciniegas, and R. Cerón (Spain)
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416-082 WebTeach in Practice: The Entrance Test to the Engineering Faculty in Florence
F. Bagnoli, F. Franci, F. Mugelli, and A. Sterbini (Italy)
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416-084 Quality Ensurement System for the Distant Engineer Studies Model
W. Dąbrowski and M. Zawadzki (Poland)
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416-095 Self Examination for an Activity Planning and Progress Following Tool
N. Şen Köktaş and N. Yalabik (Turkey)
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416-102 Aspects of Web-based Peer Assessment Systems for Teaching and Learning Computer Programming
A. Ward, J. Sitthiworachart, and M. Joy (UK)
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416-166 Setting and Sharing Web-based Assessments
W.P. Lee and A. Goh (Singapore)
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416-175 Communities of Practice: Online Peer Assessment of Clinical Decision Making Scenarios
J. Yorke and C. Boulanger (UK)
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416-189 Evaluating the Benefits of Web based Learning with Academic Staff
A. Jefferies, M. Thornton, J. Alltree, and I. Jones (UK)
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Track International and National Projects on WBE FreeSubscription
416-019 Constructivist-based Learning on the Web – A Malaysian Experience
M. Neo and A.R.M. Eshaq (Malaysia)
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416-022 IT Deployment for TEVT in Saudi Arabia – A Case Study
A. Al-Obaidy (Saudi Arabia)
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416-039 Web-based Teaching and Training Network (TT-Net): An Interdisciplinary Approach
J.E.W. Zajaczek, M. Behrends, I. Köster, T. Brinker, T. Rodt, G.F. Walter, H. Becker, and H.K. Matth
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416-056 A Critical View of the European E-Learning Policy
K. Goeman and E. De Vos (Belgium)
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416-120 Informational Model of European-Russian Network of Experience Dissemination
V.G. Zaharevich, V.M. Kureichik, V.L. Sakharov, S.B. Dikarev, and S.V. Mirvoda (Russia)
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416-136 Web-based Learning at Sagrado en Línea: Infrastructure and Model
A. Vantaggiato (Puerto Rico)
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416-138 The HERMES Project: Integrating Medical Services, Training and Education on an Innovative Satellite Web-Platform
N. Casalino and F. Di Persio (Italy)
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416-227 The Role of the Learning Centers for Web-based Distance Education
M. Hattinger and U.L. Snis (Sweden)
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416-230 Main Results of the IPSS_EE's Pilot Experience in Four Different Environments in European Universities
C. Martínez Mediano(Spain), N. Mileva, S. Tzanova (Bulgaria), M.-A. Castro Gil (Spa
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Track International Workshop: Authoring of Adaptive and Adaptable Educational Hypermedia FreeSubscription
416-800 Authoring of Adaptive and Adaptable Educational Hypermedia: Where Are We Now and Where Are We Going?
A. Cristea (The Netherlands)
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416-801 Incorporating Cognitive Styles in AHA! (The Adaptive Hypermedia Architecture)
N. Stash and P. De Bra (The Netherlands)
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416-803 Links for Learning: Linking for an Adaptive Learning Environment
A. Moore, C. Stewart, D. Martin, T. Brailsford, and H. Ashman (UK)
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416-805 Test Authoring for Intelligent E-Learning Environments
P.D. Cristea and R. Tuduce (Romania)
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416-808 Student Modeling for Open Learning Adaptive Hypermedia
C. Conati and A. Bunt (Canada)
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416-809 Design Patterns in Adaptive Web-based Educational Systems: An Overview
P. Avgeriou, D. Vogiatzis, A. Tzanavari (Cyprus), and S. Retalis (Greece)
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416-810 Knowledge Modeling for Adaptive Content Selection in Educational Hypermedia Systems
P. Karampiperis and D. Sampson (Greece)
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416-811 Authoring Adaptive Courses – ALE Approach
M. Kravcik and M. Specht (Germany)
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416-812 A Mixed Approach to Modelling Learning Styles in Adaptive Educational Hypermedia
P. Paredes and P. Rodriguez (Spain)
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Track Virtual Colleges and Online Degrees FreeSubscription
416-027 Integrating E-Learning Systems
J. Puustjärvi (Finland)
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416-075 Degree Extension for Technicians (DEFT)
F. Devitt, R. Villing, J.V. Ringwood, K. Monaghan, and T. Ward (Ireland)
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416-165 Networked Universities in the United States
S.T. Karamouzis (USA)
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Track Web Services and Portals FreeSubscription
416-171 Integrated Web based Support for the Lifelong Learner
J. Yorke, D. Croot, M. Leslie, S. Lloyd, and J. Bennett (UK)
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416-174 Introducing Attribute Certificates to Secure Distributed E-Learning or M-Learning Services
G. Kambourakis, D.-P.N. Kontoni, and I. Sapounas (Greece)
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416-199 Using Web Services and Software Agents in Web-based Educational Systems
E. Õunapuu (Estonia)
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Track Special Session: Intelligent E-Learning Systems FreeSubscription
416-830 Prototype Implementation of an Intelligent E-Learning System
P.D. Cristea, R. Tuduce, I.A. Savescu, C.A. Gorgorin, D.-C. Tomozei, V.R. Gradinescu, and C.M. Rangu
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416-831 Personal Assistant Autonomous Agents for Intelligent e-Learning Systems
J.M. Fonseca and A.D. Mora (Portugal)
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416-832 Active Images – A Tool for Interactive and Participative Web-based Learning
E. Nyssen, H. Patrascu, T. Yan, M. Suliga, and R. Deklerck (Belgium)
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416-833 e-Learner Tracking: Tools for Discovering Learner Behaviour
J. Hardy, M. Antonioletti, and S.P. Bates (UK)
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416-834 Exploratory and Fundamental Requirements for E-Learner Personal Assistant
M. Eboueya, N.P. Eboueya, and M. Bumaki (France)
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416-835 Development and Evaluation of an ODL Course on Medical Image Processing
C. Badea and N. Pallikarakis (Greece)
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416-837 An Intelligent Tool to Aid in Understanding Cortical Brain Anatomy Visualized by Means of Flat Maps
R. Deklerck, M. Suliga, and E. Nyssen (Belgium)
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Track Learning Management Systems FreeSubscription
416-069 Awareness Support in the AulaNet Learning Environment
M.A. Gerosa, H. Fuks, A.B. Raposo, C.J.P. de Lucena (Brazil)
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416-079 Design and Implementation of Communication System and Document Management Features on Web-based Learning Application
R. Setiabudy, A.A.P. Ratna, M. Salman, and A.H. Sumantoro (Indonesia)
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416-159 ARCHeMEDES, A Knowledge Management System for Supporting Integrated Education
J. Reumers, T. Moens, T. Hoebeek, M. Mollaert, and K. Steenhaut (Belgium)
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416-186 Winning at Musical Chairs: Using WebCT to Facilitate a Frequently Changing Teaching Team
G. Awyzio and A. Fuller (Australia)
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416-228 Applying an LMS to Large Language Classes
P. Grew, I. Longhi, F. De Cindio, and L.A. Ripamonti (Italy)
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416-815 Some Insight into E-Learning Management Systems: The CATTID E-Learning Platform Solution
C.M. Medaglia, D. Pulcini, U. Biader Ceipidor, and G. Manzo (Italy)
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Track Reusable Learning Objects in WBE FreeSubscription
416-037 A Component Approach to the Reuse of Web Documents for Learning
T. Yamakita (Japan)
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416-117 Learning Objects and Tests
M. Cesarini, P. Mazzoni, and M. Monga (Italy)
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416-133 Beyond Simple Sequencing: Sequencing of Learning Activities using Hierarchical Graphs
S. Gutiérrez. R.M. García Rioja, A. Pardo, and C. Delgado Kloos (Spain)
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416-190 Semantic Web for Re-usability in Open and Distance Learning
C.E. Palau, R. Romero, V. Manso, J.C. Guerri, and M. Esteve (Spain)
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416-202 Creating Meta-information Database on Online Educational Resources for English as a Foreign Language
J. Azuma (Japan)
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416-217 Reusing Document Formats for Modular Course Development
A. Baudry, M. Bungenstock, and B. Mertsching (Germany)
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416-813 <e-aula>: A Personalized E-Learning System based on Educational Standards and Markup Languages
P. Sancho, B. Manero, B. Fernández-Manjón (Spain)
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Track Case Studies on Corporate, Adult, and Vocational Training FreeSubscription
416-042 A Reference Model for the Development of Corporate E-Learning Media
F. Mickeler and M.J. Eppler (Switzerland)
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416-062 Towards the Creation of a Common Conception of Learning in Vocational Education
C. Karageorgopoulos (Greece)
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416-068 Academia/Industry Collaboration – Web-supported Cooperative Education
G. Cranitch (Australia)
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416-143 Strategists' Learning Space
J. Nuutinen, E. Sutinen, K. Liinamaa, and H. Vanharanta (Finland)
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416-225 Tutoring Adults Online
D. Rutkauskiene, A. Volungeviciene, and V.R. Kovertaite (Lithuania)
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Track Subject-Specific Web-based Teaching and Learning FreeSubscription
416-033 Experiences in the Use of Web-based Delivery for First Year Engineers
J.A. Rossiter, D. Rossiter, and G. Diercks-O'Brien (UK)
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416-038 Application of an Argument Support System for Learning the Dilemma of Environmental Issues in a High School Classroom and Its Evaluation
K. Ito, R. Samejima, K. Matsui, H. Shimoda, and H. Yoshikawa (Japan)
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416-061 Web based Modules for Basic and Advanced Medical Education
U.V. Jan, C. Niederstadt, K. Döbler, S. Mahjob, C. Marx, and H.K. Matthies (Germany)
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416-188 Preferred Way to Realize Calculation Exercises in Virtual Course
M. Keskinen and L. Korpinen (Finland)
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416-191 Learning Newtonian Mechanics in Virtual and Real Learning Environments in Grade 6 in a Finnish Primary School
K. Juuti, J. Lavonen, and V. Meisalo (Finland)
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416-196 Using the Web to Teach and to Learn the Web
D.C. Gibbs (USA)
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Track Software Tools and Systems for WBE FreeSubscription
416-026 A Web-based Intelligent Tutoring System Teaching Health Care Technology
C. Koutsojannis, I. Hatzilygeroudis, and J. Prentzas (Greece)
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416-041 The Interlearning Web-based Educational Software
P. Pouyioutas, D. Apraxine, D. Ktoridou, and M. Poveda (Cyprus)
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416-044 Inside the Java Intelligent Tutoring System Prototype: Parsing Student Code Submissions with Intent Recognition
E.R. Sykes and F. Franek (Canada)
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416-200 Code-Memory Diagram Animation Software Tool: Towards On-line Use
M. Dixon (UK)
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416-204 Cognitive Model for Web based Hypertext Comprehension
A. Protopsaltis and V. Bouki (UK)
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Track Special Session: Engineering Web-based Learning Systems FreeSubscription
416-819 Data Source Discovery in Educational P2P Networks
A. Löser (Germany)
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416-820 Real-Time Concept Creation in Distributed E-Learning Systems
G.P. Papamichail (Greece) and D.P. Papamichail (USA)
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416-821 On the Development of Adaptive Web-based Learning Communities
M. Rigou (Greece)
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416-823 An Architecture for an Adaptive Web-based Learning Environment
M. Rigou, S. Sirmakessis, and G. Tzimas (Greece)
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The main topics covered throughout this publication include: Web-Based Collaborative Learning; Case Studies On Innovative Teaching And Learning Technology; Virtual Reality And Virtual Scientific Labs; Multimedia Technology; Authoring Systems For Web-Based Education; WBE Courseware And Curriculum; Design And Development; Case Studies On E-Learning And E-Training; Quality Issues, Testing, And Assessment; International And National Projects On WBE; International Workshop: Authoring Of Adaptive And Adaptable Educational Hypermedia; Virtual Colleges And Online Degrees; Web Services And Portals; Special Session: Intelligent E-Learning Systems; Learning Management Systems; Reusable Learning Objects In WBE; Case Studies On Corporate, Adult, And Vocational Training; Subject-Specific Web-Based Teaching And Learning; Software Tools And Systems For WBE; and Special Session: Engineering Web-Based Learning Systems.

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