Computers and Advanced Technology in Education    (CATE 2006)

October 4 – 6, 2006
Lima, Peru
Editor(s): Vladimir Uskov
413 pages
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Track Studies on Advanced Technology-based Teaching and Learning FreeSubscription
528-013 Practical Suggestions for Addressing Learning Styles in Computer-based Simulations
P. Fenrich (Canada)
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528-017 Parallelism and Distributed Computing in Undergraduate Education
M. Eggen and R. Eggen (USA)
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528-020 Innovative Approaches in Technology-based Education: Accelerated and Intensive Learning
P. Serdyukov and N. Serdyukova (USA)
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528-029 Applying the Pedagogical Illustrative Method using Animation
D. Vaněček (Czech Republic)
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528-038 Demystifying Aesthetics: An Exploration of Emotional Design
C. Miller, G. Veletsianos, and S. Hooper (USA)
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528-058 Initializing Student Models using Dempster-Shafer Theory
S. Sonamthiang, K. Naruedomkul (Thailand), and N. Cercone (Canada)
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528-063 Monitoring e-Learning: Concepts, Scenarios, Architecture and Conceptual Model
M.F. Rodrigues Vaz, G. Bressan, and W. Ruggiero (Brazil)
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528-065 The ICT in Latin America: Some Experiences, Problems and Limitations
J.L. Ramirez-Romero and N. y Galeana (Mexico)
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528-097 Studying Students' Difficulties in an OOP Course based on BlueJ
S. Xinogalos, M. Sartatzemi, and V. Dagdilelis (Greece)
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528-098 There is More than One Correct Solution: From Simple Questions to Explorative Simulations with Progress Maps
S. Rizzotti and H. Burkhart (Switzerland)
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528-102 The Challenge of eLearning Environments
R. Beheshti, E. Dado, and H. de Ridder (The Netherlands)
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528-107 Innovation in Education for Construction IT in the Advent of Globalization
F. Farinha, R. Jardim-Gonçalves (Portugal), and D. Rebolj (Slovenia)
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528-120 A Comparative Analysis of Online and Traditional Undergraduate Business Law Courses
D.J. Shelley, L.B. Swartz, and M.T. Cole (USA)
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528-123 Strategies for Productivity and Efficiency in Design and Use of Electronic Thesis and Dissertations
A. Bernuy Alva, R. Rodríguez Ulloa, M. Fernández Azuela, and L. Joyanes Aguilar (Peru)
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528-805 Ludic Epistemology? Knowledge-Representation in Game-based Learning
S. de Castell and J. Jenson (Canada)
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528-806 "You're Going to Die": Gender, Performance and Digital Gameplay
J. Jenson and S. de Castell (Canada)
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Track Advanced Software and Hardware Systems and Tools for Technology-based Education FreeSubscription
528-008 Saving Bandwidth for RSS Feeds by using ASN.1 in e-Learning Applications
R. De Sutter and R. Van de Walle (Belgium)
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528-022 Learning Management System of Tidia-AE Project
L.A.M. Zaina, G. Bressan, and W.V. Ruggiero (Brazil)
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528-023 Defining and Supporting Personalized Learning Processes
I.T. Hawryszkiewycz and W. Pan (Australia)
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528-027 A Microprocessor IP for Web-based Digital Electronic Design and Assembly Language Practical Activities
J.-P. Gerval, A. Labbe, Y. Le Ru, and G. Sagot (France)
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528-034 An Internet Social Networking Tool for Education
K.O. Chow, K.Y.K. Fan, A.Y.K. Chan, and S.K.S. Cheung (PRC)
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528-037 Educational Software for Force and Roughness Prediction in Turning Operations based on Neural Networks
S.L.R. Almeida, M. Stipkovic, and O. Novaski (Brazil)
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528-052 The Impact of Procedural Generation and Modding on the Participatory Design of Educational Video Games
A.V. Moshirnia (USA)
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528-054 The Development and Validation of a Modular e-Book Authoring System
E. Meyen and R. Aust (USA)
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528-073 From Social Algorithm to Pedagogical Application: Some Implications for Educational Software
D. Pratt (South Africa)
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528-075 Teaching Children with Down Syndrome Pronunciations using Speech Recognition
S. Al Shamsi, H. Talhami, and K. Shaalan (UAE)
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528-079 Watch My Moves: From Digital Plays to the Digital Playbook
S. Ruecker, A. Sapp, B. Roessler, M. Radzikowska, S. Sinclair, K. Uszkalo, and S. Gabriele (Canada)
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528-085 CyberL@b: Technology Enriched English Language Learning in Costa Rica
A.G. Quesada P. (Costa Rica) and R.J. Aust (USA)
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528-105 From e-Learning Standards and F/OSS to Adaptive Learning Systems
E. Õunapuu (Estonia)
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528-109 An Applet-based Approach to Reusable Learning Objects
H.-D. Wuttke (Germany)
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528-128 PDA Sign Language Editor
B.M. Vargas, M. da S. Antunes, P.R.G. Luzzardi, A.C. da R. Costa, G.D. Duarte, and R.A. Cava (Brazil)
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528-802 An Innovative Approach to Teaching EMI using Virtual Instrumentation Techniques
Ö. Göl, S. Giaccio, and A. Nafalski (Australia)
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Track Mobile Learning FreeSubscription
528-024 Effects of Using Digital Contents Designed for PDA as a Teaching Aid in an Observational Learning of Planktons for Fieldworks on a Ship
H. Miyata and M. Ishigami (Japan)
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528-051 Standardization and Mobile Learning. An Initial Proposal to Complete the Learner Information
F. Mikic and L. Anido (Spain)
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528-053 Mobile Multimedia Communications for Distance Education: Possible Use in Croatian Schools
M. Suknaic, B. Zovko-Cihlar, M. Grgic, and A. Dodig (Croatia)
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528-069 Designing and Implementing Ubiquitous Learning Activities Supported by Mobile and Positioning Technologies
A. Kurti, M. Milrad, F. Alserin, and J. Gustafsson (Sweden)
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528-080 Designing an Interactive Bluetooth-based Classroom Tool
R. Davidrajuh (Norway)
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Track Curriculum and Content Development Issues FreeSubscription
528-046 Web-based Statics Course
A. Dollár and P.S. Steif (USA)
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528-059 A Service-Oriented Portal for Software Engineering Education
S. Ramakrishnan (Australia)
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528-082 A Pedagogical Environment to Teach Formal Languages, Automata and Compiler Construction
R.L. de Azevedo da Rocha, D.P. Shibata, and J.J. Neto (Brazil)
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528-110 Using the Clustering Technique in the Development of Learning Objects Digital Libraries
C.B. Baruque and L.A. Rivera (Brazil)
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Track Blended, Distance, Open, and Adult Education FreeSubscription
528-007 Certified Distance Learning Program on Classical/Modern Navigation and Control
O.A. Yakimenko (USA)
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528-025 A Conceptual Approach to Open Learning Environments via User Stories
D. Rutkauskiene, A. Volungeviciene, G. Rutkauskas (Lithuania), and B. Kieslinger (Austria)
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528-042 Developing a Profile of the Heavy User of Instant Messaging among American College Students
A. Mitra, T. McCoy, and M. O'Brien (USA)
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528-114 Understanding Dynamic and Collaborative Situation: A Context based Approach
C. Bossard, R. Bénard, and J. Tisseau (France)
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Track Virtual Reality and Virtual Scientific Labs FreeSubscription
528-010 Situation Awareness in Virtual Environments: A Theoretical Model and Investigation with Different Interface Designs
U. Laptaned (Thailand)
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528-012 Virtual Reality: An Analytical Concept Visualization Technique for Architectural Engineering
M.E. Haque and S.S. Mehtalia (USA)
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528-026 A Robot Off-Line Programming Platform Dedicated to the Training in Informatics and Digital Electronics
J.-P. Gerval, A. Labbe, Y. Le Ru, and G. Sagot (France)
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528-035 Integration of Computer-based Electronics Laboratory into a Control Systems Course in Electronics Technology
J.R. Garcia and M. Kim (USA)
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528-048 Real Laboratory in Web-based Applications: Remote Experiments with a Physical Pendulum
M.A. Gonzalez, J. Adiego, L.F. Sanz, O. Martínez, R. García, C. Hermo, and M. Herguedas (Spain)
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528-062 Robots and Education: A Framework for Development
N.C. Bridgeman and E. Bridgeman (New Zealand)
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528-066 The Application of Virtual Reality in Astronomy Education
W. Tarng and H.-H. Liou (Taiwan)
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528-089 The Use of Advanced Simulator Technology in Aviation Education
S. Thatcher (Australia)
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528-113 Student Centred Learning in Remote Laboratory NetLab
J. Machotka and Z. Nedic (Australia)
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Track Quality, Evaluation, and Assessment Issues of Technology-based Education FreeSubscription
528-005 Development and Evaluation of Computer Assisted Exam - Circuit Theory Example
J. Rutkowski, K. Moscinska, and L. Chruszczyk (Poland)
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528-019 Instructional Quality Assurance in e-Learning: Foundation, Implementation, and Improvement
R.A. Hill and P. Serdyukov (USA)
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528-028 Web-based Test, Examination and Assessment System
K. Henke (Germany)
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528-032 An Object-Oriented Approach in Development of On-Line Evaluation Systems for Educational Institutions
V. Pougatchev (Jamaica)
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528-044 Adapting the Learning Process in Distance Learning Systems based on Evaluating the Speed of Student's Perception and Comprehensibility
P. Fedoruk (Ukraine)
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528-050 Three Dimensions of the Online Course Evaluation Instrument in Postsecondary Education
S. Seok, E. Meyen, R. Aust, M. Fitzpatrick, and B. Newberry (USA)
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528-072 The Role of Portal Technologies in Corporate Lifelong Learning System
V. Pantović, M. Savković, and D. Starčević (Serbia)
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528-101 Computer Simulation Performance Testing: Implementation Issues
D.J. Pucel and L.D. Anderson (USA)
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528-116 On-Line Quizzes with Randomized Parameters
Z. Nedic, J. Machotka, and A. Nafalski (Australia)
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Track Special Session: Design and Evaluation of Computer-based Learning Environments FreeSubscription
528-118 Creative Curriculum Visualization in a 3D CVE
E. Prasolova-Førland (Norway)
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528-800 A Collaborative University-Enterprise Project for Training of Professionals in Industrial Processes
P. Mariño, M.Á. Domínguez, S. Otero, and M. Merino (Spain)
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528-811 Collaborative Learning in Virtual Seminars – Evaluation Data and Process-Product-Analyses
B. Kopp, K. Schnurer, and H. Mandl (Germany)
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528-812 Evaluating Interpersonal Knowledge in Virtual Seminars
O. Diekamp (Germany)
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528-813 Instructional Design for Hyperaudio Learning with Cellular Phones
J. Zumbach (Austria)
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528-814 Integrating and Conveying Knowledge on How to Design Multimedia Learning Environments – The Development of an eLearning Design Assistant
H.M. Niegemann (Germany)
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ISSN: 1482-7905 ;
ISBN: 0-88986-626-0 ;
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The relevant topics for this conference include, but are not limited to the following: Authoring Tools and Methodology; Agent-based Technology; Computer-assisted Learning and Instruction; Collaborative Learning; Collaborative Knowledge Construction; Digital Libraries; Information Technology; Interactive Learning Environments; Human-Computer Interfaces; Learning Management Systems; Mobile Teaching; Mobile Learning; Mobile Communication; Multimedia and Hypermedia Applications; Online Dictionaries and Synchronous Translation; Reusable Learning Objects and Standards; Research on Innovative Technology-based Teaching and Learning; Research on Advanced Technology in Education; Streaming Multimedia Technologies; Televised Courses and Telecommunications; Ubiquitous Learning; Technology-based Learning Communities; Virtual Reality; Web-based Education; Web-based Training; Technology-based Services; Architectures of Innovative Software and Hardware Systems for Education and Training; Collaborative and Communication Software; Distributed Learning Environments; Educational Software; Educational Hardware; Educational Networks; Educational Software/Hardware for Students and Learners with Special Needs; Groupware Tools; Security Aspects; Reliability Issues; Usability Issues; Accreditation; Advanced Teaching and Learning Technologies; Curriculum Design and Development; Blended Education; Curriculum Design and Development; Distance Education; Educational and Training Systems; Open Education; Open Universities; On Demand Education; Quality Control and Assessment; and Pedagogical Issues.

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