Computers and Advanced Technology in Education    (CATE 2004)

August 16 – 18, 2004
Kauai, Hawaii
Editor(s): V. Uskov
589 pages
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Track Multimedia Systems in Technology-based Education FreeSubscription
428-026 Learning Selection Sort with Penguins and Dragons
T. Donaldson, J. Edgar, and P. Bach (Canada)
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428-030 The Development of Internet Virtual Dinosaur Museum
W. Tarng and H.-H. Liou (Taiwan)
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428-043 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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428-060 SIMSE: An Interactive Simulation Game for Software Engineering Education
E.O. Navarro and A. van der Hoek (USA)
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428-140 Using Rich Media Technology to Support Peer Interaction in Large Lecture Courses
A. Cuthbert, M. Kubinec, M. Douskey, and F. Ieong (USA)
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428-149 Multimedia and Situated Language Learning
O.O. Adesope and J. McCracken (Canada)
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428-156 Pupils' Using of Multimedia Advance Organizer and Learning Retention
C.-H. Tseng (Taiwan)
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428-200 Learning Musical Terms in Context: The Role for Rich Multimedia Learning Technologies
H.H. Tsang and J. McCracken (Canada)
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428-804 Streaming Multimedia in Higher Education: The Results of 4-Year National Science Foundation Project
V. Uskov (USA)
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Track Advanced Learning Technology FreeSubscription
428-006 Facilitating Students' Learning of Difficult Science Concepts through Integrating a Metacognitive Approach into a Web-based Multimedia Science Learning Program
H.-C. She (Taiwan)
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428-023 Constructivist & Sociocultural Strategies: Theoretical & Practical Implications for Teaching Online
P. Leong and C. Ho (USA)
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428-031 Effectiveness of and Student Satisfaction with Web-based Compared to Traditional Instruction
D.J. Pucel and T.F. Stertz (USA)
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428-042 Work Search Prototype Design: Human-Computer Interaction for Vocational Rehabilitation
E. McKay, T. Thomas, and J. Martin (Australia)
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428-045 A Virtual Construction Site to Teach Construction
M.E. Haque, M. Aluminiumwalla, and S. Saherwala (USA)
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428-053 Computer Assisted and Web-based Learning Techniques in Electronics and Telecommunication Education Process
J. Rutkowski, K. Moscinska, and P. Klosowski (Poland)
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428-058 A Study of the Postgraduate Project Process in a School of Computing
J.A. Hopkins and S.J. Wade (UK)
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428-064 Yet Another Way to Explain Algorithms
T. Müldner, E. Shakshuki, and J. Merrill (Canada)
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428-104 InkBoard – Tablet PC Enabled Design-oriented Learning
H. Ning, J.R. Williams, A.H. Slocum, and A. Sanchez (USA)
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428-110 Global Education in Manufacturing: A Novel Approach for Digital Business Strategy
Á.D. de Oliveira, E.R. Fradinho, J.F. Oliveira, A.T. Barbosa (Portugal), and J. Browne (Ireland)
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428-113 Redevelopment of a Large Course from a Traditional to Blended Model: A Case Study
K.A. Johnson, J.A. Skocilich, F.E. Akaiwa, and B.Z. Littlefield (USA)
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428-119 Optimising the Use of Available Technology in Educational Research
D. Clarke (Australia), F. Sahlström (Sweden), C. Mitchell, and N. Clarke (Australia)
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428-120 Decision Training using Agent-based Business Strategy Games
M. Dobson, V. Kyrylov, and T. Kyrylova (Canada)
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428-122 Composing Frameworks to Achieve an E-Learning Framework
S.W.M. Siqueira (Brazil), M.H.L.B. Braz (Portugal), and R.N. Melo (Brazil)
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428-124 A Simulation for Learning Strategy & Perceptual Skill in Hockey
D.E. Mulligan, M.W. Dobson, and J. McCracken (Canada)
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428-133 A Constructivist Model for Distance Education Teaching
K.A. Blackwell (USA)
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428-144 Ice Hockey 3D: A Constructivist Game for Learning about Concussion
B.S. Paras, C.D. Ciavarro, J. McCracken, and D. Goodman (Canada)
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428-145 Enhancing Online Learning Performance: An Application of Data Mining Methods
B. Minaei-Bidgoli, G. Kortemeyer, and W.F. Punch (USA)
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428-146 Using Technology to Teach Technology – Creating a Powerful Learning Environment
F.E. Akaiwa, B.Z. Littlefield, J.A. Skocilich, and K.A. Johnson (USA)
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428-150 Development of E-Learning System using Mathematical Knowledge Database for Remedial Study
H. Komatsugawa (Japan)
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428-158 Automatic Camera Control System for a Distant Lecture based on Estimation of Teacher's Behavior
A. Shimada, A. Suganuma, and R. Taniguchi (Japan)
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428-159 Supporting Active Learning in E-Learning Scenarios
U. Schroeder and C. Spannagel (Germany)
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428-167 Beta Testing for Large Scale Implementation of Online Staff Development
E.L. Meyen and R.J. Aust (USA)
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428-171 An Experimental Study on the Interactivity Dimension in a Web-based English Course
J. Chen and T. Okamoto (Japan)
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428-176 Pair Programming Strategies for Middle School Girls
L.L. Werner, J. Denner, and S. Bean (USA)
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428-186 Learning Science Beyond the Classroom with Technology
M.R. Khan, T.K. Sing, and E. Mathews (Singapore)
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428-202 Generic Code-Memory Diagram Animation Creator: An Aid for Effective Computer-Programming Teaching
M. Dixon (UK)
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428-203 Web-based Learning in Academic Context
E. Faggiano, A. Grasso, V.L. Plantamura, T. Roselli, and V. Rossano (Italy)
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Track Software Developments in Technology-based Education FreeSubscription
428-037 A Web Portal for Open-Source Synchronous Distance Education
J.M. Pullen and P.M. McAndrews (USA)
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428-047 New Tools in Education
M. Wang, G.C. Fox, and S. Pallickara (USA)
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428-056 Software Tools to Support Software Engineering Education
C.C. Ellsworth, J. Holland, C. Krishna, J.B. Fenwick, Jr., and B.L. Kurtz (USA)
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428-062 Online Outlier Detection System for Learning Time Data in E-Learning and Its Evaluation
M. Ueno (Japan)
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428-071 Using a Data Modeling Tool in an Introduction to Databases Course
S.B. Dolins, P. Rana, A. Poddar, N. Gupta, and A. Patton (USA)
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428-074 A Tutoring System for the Hypothesis-Testing Process through Graphing Activities
R. Nakaike and K. Miwa (Japan)
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428-081 To Develop Constructivist Learning Environments on the Web with the Help of Software Agent Technology
W. Pan and I. Hawryszkiewycz (Australia)
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428-088 The Importance of Using a Unified Model to Define Adaptive Learning Environments
M. Hathaway, S. Hansen, and G. Salter (Australia)
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428-090 Storytelling, Storyboarding, Storywriting: Proposing a New Computer Tool for Narrative
M. Madden, P.W.H. Chung, and C.W. Dawson (UK)
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428-093 cRemote e-Learning System for Schools
K.-P. Mark, S.-L. Hung, and W. Tsang (PRC)
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428-095 Visual Interface Design Tool for Educational Courseware
I. Goldfarb and I. Kondratova (Canada)
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428-098 Decision Support Component in Intelligent E-Learning Systems
E. Õunapuu (Estonia)
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428-100 TutorBot: An Application AIML based for Web-Learning
O. De Pietro and G. Frontera (Italy)
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428-101 Using and Validating ProgrammingLand
C.D. Hill, B.M. Slator, and L.M. Daniels (USA)
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428-103 Assisting Learning and Instruction on the Example of MASACAD: A Multi-Agent System that Learns to Advise Students
M.S. Hamdi (UAE)
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428-123 XEML – An Extensible Educational Markup Language for E-Learning
H. Wang (Canada)
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428-178 TEIA – A Web Learning Environment based on Agents
K. Nunes da Conceição and M. Thiry (Brazil)
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Track Learning Objects: Design, Development, and Utilization FreeSubscription
428-009 Learning Object Models, Languages, Authoring Tools and Registry Service for Achieving Dynamic and Collaborative E-Learning
G. Lee, X. Zhang, and S.Y.W. Su (USA)
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428-034 Proposing New Elements for Pedagogical Descriptions in LOM
R. Foroughi (Germany)
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428-048 Teachers Need Simple, Effective Tools to Evaluate Learning Objects: Enter eLera.net
T.L. Leacock, G. Richards, and J.C. Nesbit (Canada)
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428-148 Learning Object Evaluation and Convergent Participation: Tools for Professional Development in E-Learning
J.C. Nesbit, T.L. Leacock, C. Xin, and G. Richards (Canada)
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428-198 Design of a Common API for Learning Objects
M. Bungenstock, A. Baudry, and B. Mertsching (Germany)
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Track Authoring Tools FreeSubscription
428-073 Using Lexical Constraints for Corpus-based Generation of Multiple-Choice Cloze Items
C.-H. Wang, C.-L. Liu, and Z.-M. Gao (Taiwan)
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428-096 A Virtual Environment for Collaborative Distance Learning with Video Synchronization
S. Gupta and G. Kaiser (USA)
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428-109 SimulWeb: An Authoring-Tool based on the ESP-W Model
C.J.G. Brigas and M.J.P. Marcelino (Portugal)
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428-130 Developing a Computer-assisted Instruction Assessment Planning Tool for Student Affairs Professionals
S.S. Bienert and W.M. Rose (USA)
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Track Virtual Labs and Web Services FreeSubscription
428-049 Technologies for Virtual and Remote Labs in the Educational Process
K. Henke and H.-D. Wuttke (Germany)
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428-102 A Service-oriented Approach for Pervasive Learning Grid
C.-J. Liao and F.-C.O. Yang (Taiwan)
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428-114 iLabNoteBook: A Digital Laboratory Notebook based on the Microsoft Tablet PC Platform
P.A. Anquetil, R.Z. Pytel, A. Taberner, and I.W. Hunter (USA)
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428-138 Using Semantic Web Technologies to Build an Educational Knowledge Base and Digital Library
H.N. Keeling (USA)
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428-800 Game-like Web-Laboratory
H.-D. Wuttke and K. Henke (Germany)
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Track Collaborative Learning FreeSubscription
428-029 Spatial Structuring of Virtual Knowledge Spaces – Bridging the Gap Between Navigational Maps and E-Learning
T. Hampel (Germany)
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428-075 CSCL Environment for Bilingual Deaf Education
N.H. Arai, T. Takahashi, and Y. Katagiri (Japan)
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428-076 Enabling Technologies for Collaborative Learning Environments using Ad Hoc Networks
A. Fuller, P. Mc Farlane, and D. Saffioti (Australia)
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428-082 Maximising Dialogue in Lectures using Group Response Systems
Q. Cutts (UK), G. Kennedy (Australia), C. Mitchell, and S. Draper (UK)
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428-143 ASQA: Agent Supported Question Answering System
T. Ishikawa, T. Wongvibulsin, and D. Yu (Japan)
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428-177 Agent Support for Learner Groups
I.T. Hawryszkiewycz (Australia)
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428-192 A Collaborative Tool for Synchronous Distance Education
A. Agudelo, L. Escobar, J. Restrepo, A. Quiroz, and H. Trefftz (Colombia)
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Track Quality, Testing, and Assessment Issues FreeSubscription
428-033 Quality of Learning Guaranteed E-Learning System
H.-I. Liu, M.-N. Yang, and C.-M. Huang (Taiwan)
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428-051 An Evaluation of Undergraduate Students’ Online Assessment Performances
A. Flynn, F. Concannon, and M. Campbell (Ireland)
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428-059 Semi-Automatic Evaluation Features in Computer-assisted Essay Assessment
T. Kakkonen, N. Myller, and E. Sutinen (Finland)
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428-086 Quality Assurance and Control Model for E-Learning
S. Louca (Cyprus), C. Constantinides (UK), and A. Ioannou (Cyprus)
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428-137 OnlineEducator 2.0: A Complete IT-Platform to Create, Administer, Analyze, and Transmit Online Exams
G.N. Reddy, M. Jain, P. Ginna, and S. Baddam (USA)
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428-183 Common Computer-aided Assessment for University and Industry?
K. Ala-Mutka and T. Mikkonen (Finland)
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428-802 The Effect of Receiving the Preferred Form of Online Assessment Feedback upon Middle School Mathematics Students
M. Bower (Australia)
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Track Best Practices: Technology-based Education and Training FreeSubscription
428-015 Online Readiness Module: An Anonymous Demonstration Course to Orient Prospective Students
P.B. McKimmy and B. Hirata (USA)
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428-055 Producing a DVD for Use in Diabetes Education
P.J. Quinn and J. Lynn (UK)
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428-065 Lessons Learned from a Blended Cross-Border Course
S.M. Alaoutinen and J. Voracek (Finland)
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428-089 Practice of International Distance Learning using DVTS between Three Points of Japan and Korea
T. Fujiki, Y. Morita, B. Jun (Japan), S. Lee (Korea), K. Watanabe, T. Shimokawa, D. Yagyu,
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428-115 Using Software Tools to Support, Define and Enhance the Undergraduate Computer Science Curricula
D.J. Powell and J.K. Hollingsworth (USA)
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428-117 Teaching Wireless Data Services with Real-life Applications
C.-S. Yang (USA)
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428-118 Blended Learning Design
J. McCracken and M. Dobson (Canada)
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428-131 Webifying Information Technology Curricula: Midstate College Experience and Results
M. Uskova, M.N. Bunch, and R.E. Shaffer (USA)
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428-187 The Use of Computer Technology by Visually Impaired High School Students in Integrated Classrooms in Bangkok
P. Lalitrojwong and N. Chaisingharn (Thailand)
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428-195 Using an Ontology to Query Pedagogical Resources
B.-L. Doan and Y. Bourda (France)
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Track Design, Development, and Implementation of Technology-based Curricula FreeSubscription
428-057 Effective Internet Education
B.L. Kurtz, D. Parks, and M. O'Neal (USA)
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428-069 CEINT Internship Program: Win/Win/Win
D.C. Pheanis (USA)
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428-094 The Implementation and Application of a Meta-Level Career-Development Support System
Y. Takahashi and Y. Kiyoki (Japan)
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428-181 The Design and Development of an Internet Safety Curriculum in Taiwan
C. Chou, H. Peng, Y. Hsieh, and F. Chang (Taiwan)
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Track Faculty Development on Technology-based Education FreeSubscription
428-040 Integration of ICT to Science Education through Professional Development of Teachers
J. Lavonen, K. Juuti, and V. Meisalo (Finland)
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428-052 Time-ly Investment: Faculty Assistance to Develop Online Teacher Education Courses
P. Leong and P.B. McKimmy (USA)
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428-127 Using a Training-of-Trainers Model to Prepare Faculty to Integrate Technology
N.L. Mach and P. Desberg (USA)
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428-132 Distance Teacher Education – University of Hawai'i Statewide Programs and Guidelines for Good Practice
P.B. McKimmy (USA)
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This Publication covers the following topics: Multimedia Systems In Technology-Based Education, Advanced Learning Technology, Software Developments In Technology- Based Education, Learning Objectives: Design, Development, and Utilization, Authoring Tools, Virtual Labs and Web Services, Collaborative Learning, Quality, Testing and Assessment Issues, Best Practices: Technology- Based Education and Training, Design, Development, And Implementation of Technology-Based Curricula, Faculty Development on Technology-Based Education.

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