Education and Technology    (ICET 2006)

July 17 – 19, 2006
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Editor(s): J.R. Parker
288 pages
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Track Web-based Education FreeSubscription
525-003 Investigating Course Management Systems: Are they all the Same?
L. Presby (USA)
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525-004 GeoSVG: A Web-based Interactive Plane Geometry System for Mathematics Education
X. Lai and P. Wang (USA)
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525-016 Research on Learner Profile in Intelligent Tutoring System
C. Zhang and Z. Fang (PRC)
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525-026 Interactive Media via Computer Algebra
A. Toon (Singapore)
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525-035 A Haptics Approach to Evidence based Learning
Z. Visram, B. Elson, and P. Reynolds (UK)
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525-100 Embedded Systems Home Experimentation
W. Elmenreich, C. Trödhandl, and B. Weiss (Austria)
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Track Instructional Technology FreeSubscription
525-002 The Influence of Type of University Culture on Faculty Usage of WebCT in Lebanon and Saudi Arabia
A. Charbaji (Lebanon), H.R. Al-Hajhouj (Saudi Arabia), and N. Beyruti (Lebanon)
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525-033 Deriving Sub-Courses from CPS Packages by Metadata Taxonomy Filtering
M. Sonntag and J.R. Mühlbacher (Austria)
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525-053 Computer-Aided Design of Mechanical Automata: Engineering Education for Children
G. Blauvelt and M. Eisenberg (USA)
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525-061 Social Reading Activities using Print-based Digital Content Interfaces
D. Turk, J. Brine, and K. Kanev (Japan)
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525-062 The Role of Mobile Technology in Adaptive Instruction
R.Y.-L. Ting (Taiwan)
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525-067 Haptic Virtual Environments as a Science Learning Supporting Tool: A Preliminary Study
C.S. Nam and I. Shafieloo (USA)
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525-070 Challenges and Opportunities of a Two-Semester Electrical Engineering Projects Course in a Latin American University System
J.R. Alvarez Bada, P.P. Cruz, F.L. Pontecorvo, K. Romo, and E. Olguin (Mexico)
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525-087 MOREA: An Open-Source based, Standard-Compatible Learning Object Repository
X. Vila, A. Gewerc, E. Pernas, J. Rodríguez Rodríguez, M.P. Vidal, and M.J. Agra Pardiñas (Spain)
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525-096 Using Software Agent Technology to Support e-Learning
W. Pan and I. Hawryszkiewycz (Australia)
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525-099 Students Assessment of Immersive Virtual Reality as a Pedagogic Medium
A.H. Al-khalifah and R.J. McCrindle (UK)
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525-108 Current and Potential Uses of Technology in the Teaching of Statistics
L. Katz, B. van Poorten, L. Linton, and C.T. Scialfa (Canada)
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525-117 Closing the Gender Gap by Training using Action Video Games
J. Feng and I. Spence (Canada)
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525-121 Programming Computers and Robots with Playing Cards
T.G. Zimmerman and F.O. Folowosele (USA)
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525-804 Generic Code-Memory Diagram Animation Authoring Tool: Impact on Learning and Teaching Object-Oriented Programming
M. Dixon (UK)
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Track Web Delivery and Technology FreeSubscription
525-017 Teaching Strategy based on Intelligent Tutoring System
T. Yi, Z. Fang, and C. Zhang (PRC)
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525-055 Design and Evaluation of On-Line Training Courses. Data Analysis and Results of One Experience
C. Martínez Mediano, J.L. García Llamas, J. Quintanal, M. Castro, N. Riopérez, and G. Díaz (Spain)
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525-066 MEML: Supporting Structured, Interoperable and Dynamic Web-based Mathematics Education
X. Zou and P.S. Wang (USA)
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525-071 A Scalable Xen and Web-based Networking Course Delivery Platform
M. Alexander and J.A. Lee (Austria)
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525-107 Improving Online Learning Experience with Synchronous Chat
Y. Wang and X. Chen (USA)
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525-116 Helping New Faculty to Document their Scholarship through the Creation of e-Portfolios
P.A. Walcott and J.M.A. Grant (Barbados)
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525-123 Use of Instant Online Discussion to Enhance College Students' Oral English Proficiency
L.-Y. Chang and Y.-T.C. Yang (Taiwan)
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525-125 Online Learning: Bright Spots for Students with Learning Disabilities
M. Shonfeld and I. Ronen (Israel)
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Track Curriculum Design, Testing, and Evaluation FreeSubscription
525-014 Designing Questioning Strategies: Applying Bloom's Taxonomy to Online Computer Programming Courses
E. Shneider and O. Gladkikh (New Zealand)
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525-018 Testing and Evaluation Methods for Performance Scoring of Structural Knowledge
M. Takeya, M. Kobayashi, N. Yonezawa, and K. Nagaoka (Japan)
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525-031 Developing and Implementing Curriculum to Teach the Creative Use of Technology – A Case Study
J. Olby (Singapore)
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525-036 Introduction to Personal Response Systems and Studies of their Use
M. Butler and F. Butler (USA)
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525-039 Kid Architecture: A New Teaching Pedagogy and Classroom Curriculum
M. Brazley and J. Davey (USA)
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525-056 Embedded Systems Exams with True/False Questions: A Case Study
B. Weiss, G. Gridling, C. Trödhandl, and W. Elmenreich (Austria)
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525-063 Design and Implementation of an Assessment Database for Mathematics Education
S. Al-shomrani and P. Wang (USA)
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525-098 Multidimensional Computerized Adaptive Testing based on Bayesian Theory
S. Fu and M. Desmarais (Canada)
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525-113 Information Technology Education – Should the Curricula Include a Course on Ethics?
G. Al-Qaimari, Z.R. Khan, and S.D. Samuel (UAE)
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Track Self-Regulating and e-Learning FreeSubscription
525-013 Case Study: Human-Computer Interaction Design Analysis of an Intelligent Tutoring System
E.R. Sykes (Canada)
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525-048 A Framework for Supporting e-Learning in Higher Education Institutions
F. Woo (PRC)
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525-049 An Application of Remotely Controlled Experiments to Perform Feedback-Damping Control of a Vibrating Beam
M.C. Levesley, P. Culmer (UK), and P. Cripton (Canada)
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525-068 Using OLAP Techniques to Query and Analyze Learning Objects Digital Libraries
C.B. Baruque and R.N. Melo (Brazil)
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525-073 Information Systems Students Learning
Y.K. Wong and D. Kerr (Australia)
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525-118 IMA as a Tool for Accomodated Learning
D.S. Bogaard and C. Beaton (USA)
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525-120 An Experience Curve based e-Learning System
H.-I. Liu and C. Huang (Taiwan)
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Track Collaborative Learning and Teaching FreeSubscription
525-005 To Become a Cyberteacher is the New Challenge. But How to Overcome It?
S.P. Marinho, W. Lobato, A.M.S. Marinho, D. Serra, D. Abdala, G.V. Mendes, J.F. Schulman, and P.M.C. Araújo (Brazil)
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525-007 Remote Guest Critics in the Studio Environment
D. Bender (USA)
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525-012 An Analysis of Paired Collaborative Learning by Using the Collecting System of Conversation
K. Shin-ike (Japan)
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525-037 Motivation, Dialogue, and Heutagogy: Driving Collaborative Assessment Online
R. Albon (Malaysia)
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525-051 Student Roles and Positions in Web Discussions
P. Hietala, K. Koivunen, and E. Ropo (Finland)
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525-069 A WBT System Enabling to Create New or Similar Quizzes Collaboratively by Students
M. Takagi and Y. Teshigawara (Japan)
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This publication covers the following topics: Web-based Education; Instructional Technology; Web Delivery and Technology; Curriculum Design, Testing and Evaluation; Self-Regulating and e-Learning; and Collaborative Learning and Teaching.

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