Computers and Advanced Technology in Education / 673: Human-Computer Interaction    (CATE 2009)

November 22 – 24, 2009
St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands
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Track Mobile Learning FreeSubscription
672-013 Developing Informal Education through Mobile Collaborative Learning
J.C. dos Reis, R. Bonacin, and M.C. Martins (Brazil)
672-041 Flying WiFi Robots as Mobile Research Platforms
K. Henke, St. Ostendorff, Th. Volkert, and A. Mitschele-Thiel (Germany)
672-072 Copyright Protection for Vocabulary Learning Materials
H. Lee, K. Kaneko, M. Ishikawa, and H. Miyakoda (Japan)
Track Collaborative Learning FreeSubscription
672-027 A Moodle Extension for Supporting Workflow-Driven Collaborative Learning
R. Perez-Rodriguez, M. Caeiro-Rodriguez, and L. Anido-Rifon (Spain)
672-038 Networked Virtual and Remote Laboratories for Research Collaboration in Natural Sciences and Engineering
S.Jeschke, E. Hauck, O. Pfeiffer, and T. Richter (Germany)
672-054 Assessment of Learning in Concerto III: A Collaborative Learning Support System based on Question-Posing
Y. Hirai, A. Hazeyama, and T. Inoue (Japan)
672-070 Supporting Learning Communities through a Lifecycle in a Serious Games Context: Requirements for Social Tools
E. Prasolova-Førland and L.M. Hokstad (Norway)
Track Faculty Development, Courseware, and Curriculum Issues FreeSubscription
672-011 Agent based Intelligent Courseware Generation in e-Learning Systems
A. Grubišić, S. Stankov, and V. Glavinić (Croatia)
672-039 Online Distance Learning for Francophone Teachers and School Principals
C. IsaBelle, H. Fournier, and E. Duplàa (Canada)
672-040 Visual Analysis of Online Test Logs for Instructional Improvement
H. Inoue, K. Yasutake, T. Sumiya, O. Yamakawa, T. Tagawa, and S. Hirokawa (Japan)
672-049 A Quantifiable Approach in Strategic and Operational Planning in Educational Institutions
V. Pougatchev (Jamaica)
672-053 Enabling Teachers to Provide New Learning Environments
B. Ask and H. Haugen (Norway)
672-068 A Visualization Enhanced Hypertextbook for Computer Science Education
C. Hill and B. Slator (USA)
Track Advanced Teaching and Learning Technologies FreeSubscription
672-002 Embedding Reflective Agent in Educational Simulation Games
X. Bai (USA)
672-006 ICT Supported Engineering Course - Case Study and Guidelines
J. Rutkowski and K. Moscinska (Poland)
672-007 Improving Predictions of Student Performance using a Fuzzy Prediction System
E.-T. Yeoh and P. Woods (Malaysia)
672-028 A New Dimension for SCORM Compliant Online Courses
X. Wang (PRC), Y.E. Shih (USA), F. Li (PRC), and S. Shih (USA)
672-030 Design and Implementation of Virtual Networking Experiment System
X.-L. Han, G. Chen, W.-X. Zhang, and C.-S. Huang (PRC)
672-032 Evaluation of Learner Engagement in Program Visualization
E. Kaila, M.-J. Laakso, T. Rajala, and T. Salakoski (Finland)
672-043 Personalisation of e-Learning Content via Metadata
A. Diab and H.-D. Wuttke (Germany)
Track Software Systems, Virtual Reality, and Virtual Labs FreeSubscription
672-004 Power Transformer Virtual Reality based on MAS
G. Zheng and F. Dai (PRC)
672-017 Embedded Laboratory Instruction: C8051F330-GP and the ISPM4A5-64/32
D.R. Wilcox, S.E. Wilson (USA), and G.W. Wöstenkühler (Germany)
672-035 A DVD Movie-based Call System Enabling Control of Learner Environment via the Web
T. Okura, T. Koyama, J. Noguchi, and A. Iwasaki (Japan)
672-047 A Digital Environment Dedicated to Distributed and Cooperative Practical Activities
J.-P. Gerval (France), D.-M. Popovici (Romania), A. Assoum (Lebanon), Y. Le Ru (France), and M. Polceanu (Romania)
672-050 Improving the Level of Knowledge Acquisition by Technology Enhanced Learning
D.D. Burdescu, M.C. Mihăescu, C.M. Ionascu, and B. Logofatu (Romania)
672-067 Simulating Ethical Dilemmas: Teaching Ethics through Immersive Virtual Environments
Y. Wang, A. Dudley, J. Braman, and G. Vincenti (USA)
672-071 Teaching Diagnostic Modeling of Digital Systems with Decision Diagrams
R. Ubar, J. Raik, D. Mironov, T. Evartson, M. Aarna, E. Orasson (Estonia), and H.-D. Wuttke (Germany)
672-073 A Web-based Factorial Experiment Testing System (FETS): A Pilot Study
N.W. Schlecht, P. McClean, and B.M. Slator (USA)
Track Best Practicies in Technology-based Education FreeSubscription
672-003 The United States' Challenges in Science and Engineering Education: The Hispanic Factor
H. Kettani (USA)
672-018 Fast Prototyping of Learning Experiences: An Attempt of Modelling
U. Barchetti, A. Bucciero, and L. Mainetti (Italy)
672-036 Engaging Students in STEM Careers with Project based Learning - MarineTech Project
A.K. Verma and S.E. McKinney (USA)
672-048 Technology of Learning Process Construction in Adaptive Systems of Distance Learning
P. Fedoruk (Ukraine)
672-057 Design and Implementation of Digital Forensics Labs: A Case Study for Teaching Digital Forensics to Undergraduate Students
H. Chi, E.L. Jones, C. Chatmon, and D. Evans (USA)
672-058 21st Century Game Design: A Model and Prototype for Promoting Scientific Problem Solving
R. Van Eck, W. Hung, F. Bowman, and S. Love (USA)
672-060 Module-based Courseware for Teaching Secure Wireless Sensor Networks
B. Sun, L. Osborne, and T.A. Yang (USA)
672-065 Web 2.0 as an Enabler of Developing Open Content Online Hypertextbooks
T.A. Yang, V.S. Jadhav, D. Chipade, and B. Sun (USA)
672-066 Social Networking as a Social and Cultural Reconfiguration: A Case Study of AcessaSP
B. Passarelli, C. Pontes Freire, and J. Kiyomura Moreno (Brazil)
Track Research on Technology-based Education FreeSubscription
672-014 C, Java, Ruby: A Student Experience
R. Eggen, S. Rumancik, and M. Eggen (USA)
672-052 Applying the Artifact Development Analysis to the Optimal Development of Means for Learning
M. Kurosu (Japan)
672-062 Exploring the Usage of Web 2.0 and Associated Communication Tools in Professional Learning
A. Jerman-Blažič, F. Novak, and B. Jerman-Blažič (Solvenia)
672-081 Impact of Hypermedia Resource VelTIC on Ethno Linguistic Vitalization and Inclusion in Franco-Ontarian Schools
L. Weatherall, A.Gélinas Proulx, and C. IsaBelle (Canada)
Track Symposium on Human-Computer Interaction: Usability and Design FreeSubscription
673-009 Visual Exploration of Complex Information Spaces based on Cluster Analysis
T. Smaoui and C. Müller-Schloer (Germany)
673-015 Investigating Perception of Vibration Directions in Touchscreens
Y. Liu (Germany)
673-016 Proposal of a Protocol to Support Product Usability Evaluation
Y.P.C. Aguiar and M.F.Q. Vieira (Brazil)
673-025 Audio-Tactile Location Markers: Accessible Real-World Tagging for the Blind
R. Schlögl (Austria), M. Tomitsch (Australia), C. Wimmer, T. Grechenig, and K. Kappel (Austria)
673-026 A GUI Wizard for Developing Command & Control Applications in CAVE
S. Buntha, M. Muhanna, S. Okamoto, S. Dascalu, and F.C. Harris (USA)
673-032 In-Tic Project: A New Assistive Technology for Children with Cerebral Palsy to Computer Access
T. Pousada, B. Groba, L. Nieto, I. Mourelos, A. Moreiras, J. Pereira, and A. Pazos (Spain)
673-033 A Force Estimation Method based on Deformation of an Object using a High-Speed Camera
Y. Tanaka, T. Tsuji, and M. Shiokawa (Japan)
Track Symposium on Human-Computer Interaction: Applications FreeSubscription
673-007 Improvement of the Guilin-Hills Myoelectric Signal Classifier for Prostheses Control under the Influence of Fatigue
S. Herrmann and K. Buchenrieder (Germany)
673-008 Tag-based Interaction with Large High-Resolution Displays
S. Thelen (Germany), J. Meyer, A. Middel (USA), P.-S. Olech, A. Ebert, and H. Hagen (Germany)
673-010 Formants Analysis of American, Australian and British Accents
J. Chupan, M. Asadinia, and S. Ghorshi (Iran)
673-029 Designing Interactive Voice Response (IVR) Interfaces: Localisation for Low Literacy Users
A. Sharma Grover (South Africa), O. Stewart, and D. Lubensky (USA)
673-030 Illuminance Adaptive Marker-based Mixed Reality with HDR Processing
Y. Yasumuro, S. Yamazaki, and M. Fuyuki (Japan)
673-035 Key Disciplines in Multimodal User Interface Development with Interaction Design
D. Ertl, R. Popp, and M. Vallée (Austria)
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