Computers and Advanced Technology in Education    (CATE 2007)

October 8 – 10, 2007
Beijing, China
Editor(s): V. Uskov
513 pages
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Track Keynote Paper FreeSubscription
570-813 The Organisational Knowledge Management for e-Learning in Universities
T. Okamoto (Japan)
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Track Advanced Software and Hardware Systems and Tools for Technology-Based Education FreeSubscription
570-009 Entering Handwriting into Computers using a Digital Pen
M.J. Myers (Canada)
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570-025 Comparing Computer-based Instruction, Preschool Instruction, and Supplementary Reading Material
H. Shamir, M. Crowther, and C. Sirrine (USA)
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570-034 Development Evaluation Systems for Educational Institutions using Reusable Information Objects
V. Pougatchev (Jamaica)
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570-038 A Web Enhanced Calling-the-Roll Support System
C. Zeng (Japan)
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570-053 A Comparison of Two Object-Oriented Programming Environments for Novices
S. Xinogalos, M. Satratzemi, and V. Dagdilelis (Greece)
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570-064 Educational Optical Network Simulation Tool for a Broadband Networks Course
A. Greca and G. Lesaja (USA)
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570-092 Construction of an e-Learning Portal by use of NetCommons
T. Zhang, S. Chen (Beijing), N. Teraguchi, and N. Arai (Japan)
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570-096 Enhancement of a Periodic Table and Generic Visualization Methods
B.B. Leontyev (Rwanda)
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570-101 A New Minirobotics System for Teaching and Researching Agent-based Programming
R. da Silva Guerra, J. Boedecker, N.M. Mayer, S. Yanagimachi, H. Ishiguro, and M. Asada (Japan)
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570-105 Implementation of an Educational Web Portal to Enhance Faculty Collaboration and Document Sharing
C.A. Ortiz and E. Melon (Puerto Rico)
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570-134 Design and Implememtation of IPMS Web Portal
R. Martin and H. Shi (Australia)
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570-137 Use Translation Programs after Entering Handwriting into Computers with a Digital Pen
M.J. Myers (Canada)
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570-151 Improving the Marking of Programming Exercises using a Marking Support Tool and Subject Design
S. Matsuura (Japan)
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570-156 Expert Model Development in e-Learning Systems
J. Bule and L. Zaitseva (Latvia)
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570-158 Living the Free/Open Source Software Development Process in the Classroom: An Experience with RUP
K. Domínguez, A. Grimán, L.E. Mendoza, and M. Pérez (Venezuela)
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570-159 Implementing UNITIS to Bridge Information Gaps
J. Cerny and M. Wrubleski (Canada)
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570-803 A Configurable MIPS Simulator for Teaching Computer Architecture
M.J. Ikram (Pakistan)
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Track Studies on Advanced Technology-Based Teaching and Learning FreeSubscription
570-010 Creation of School Distance Learning System
M. Lapenok (Russia)
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570-021 Implications of Online Learning An Analytical Study
K.H. Daabaj and S.S. Ahmeda (Libya)
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570-032 e-Learning from the Technical University Students Point of View
A. Vališová, J. Šubrt, and P. Andres (Czech Republic)
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570-040 Factors Facilitating Infusion of Technology into Primary and Secondary Education
B. Steele Sr., D.W. Surry, B.E. Porter Sr., and D.J. Sims (USA)
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570-054 Knowledge Engineering and Visualization for Distance Education in Programming
W. Bodrow and I. Bodrow (Germany)
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570-057 The Issues of Project-based Learning Management Model for Secondary Students: A Case Study of Information Technology Course
K. Jitgarun, N. Painprasert, and A. Tongsakul (Thailand)
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570-071 An Ontology for Breast Radiologist Training
S. Sun, P. Taylor, L. Wilkinson, and L. Khoo (UK)
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570-082 A Game-Centric Approach to Foster Undergraduate Learning
M.Y. Bawany (UAE), M.S. Siddiqui, S. Jamal Hussain, and S. Jafar Hussain (Pakistan)
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570-087 Role of Advanced Technologies in the Competences of Vocational Professions
T. Köpeczi-Bócz (Hungary)
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570-097 Studying Students' Difficulties in Understanding Wave Phenomena using Computer Simulations
D. Zarras and C. Solomonidou (Greece)
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570-142 Lower Dropout Rates and Better Grades through Revised Course Infrastructure
J. Kasurinen and U. Nikula (Finland)
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570-145 On Evaluation of Adaptation Engines
A.A. Economides (Greece)
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570-155 The Use of e-Learning Technologies for the Delivery of VET: Anadolu University e-Platform
A.E. Ozkul (Turkey)
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570-157 An Experiment with Conversation Theory as a Candidate for a Meta Learning Theory
B.S. Barn and H. Dexter (UK)
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570-165 Towards a Dynamic, Content based e-Learning Platform
T. Kristensen, Y. Lamo, K. Mughal, K.M. Tekle, and A.K. Bottu (Norway)
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570-800 An Activity Theory Perspective on e-Teaching in a Virtual High-School Classroom
E. Murphy and M.A. Rodríguez Manzanares (Canada)
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570-805 From e-Learning Towards u-Learning: ICT-Enabled Ubiquitous Learning and Training
G. Graschew, T.A. Roelofs, S. Rakowsky, and P.M. Schlag (Germany)
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570-806 A One-Stop System for Informatization Support of Primary and Secondary Schools
N.H. Arai and R. Masukawa (Japan)
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Track Quality, Evaluation and Assessment Issues of Technology-Based Education FreeSubscription
570-029 Decision Making Rules for Assessment of Students' Knowledge
S. Encheva and S. Tumin (Norway)
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570-063 Reusable Assessment Objects for Learning Management Systems
K. Henke (Germany)
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570-065 Web-based Assessment and Examination System From Experiment to Practice
J. Rutkowski, K. Moscinska, and P. Jantos (Poland)
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570-118 The Impact of User Constructs on e-Learning Effectiveness using the Repertory Grid
G. To, R. Wright, and S. Chan (Hong Kong)
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570-143 The Complementary Roles of IMS LD and IMS QTI in Supporting Effective Web-based Formative Assessment
Y. Miao, H. Vogten, H. Martens, and R. Koper (The Netherlands)
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Track National and International Projects on Technology-Based Education FreeSubscription
570-013 Transferring e-Learning Skills between Europe and China: The Telepath Approach
C.V. de Carvalho (Portugal), D. Harvey, A. Hobson (UK), and S. Yu (Shanghai)
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570-056 The Impact of WebCT on Learning: A Student's Perspective
T. Batane and S. Mafote (Botswana)
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570-106 e-Integration Challenges for Rectors and Deans in Higher Education Institutions in Saudi Arabia
R.S. Al-Jarf (Saudi Arabia)
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570-164 Lithuanian Virtual University as a Construct for Implementation of Lifelong Learning
D. Rutkauskiene, A. Targamadze, E. Butkeviciene, and G. Rutkauskas (Lithuania)
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570-168 Online Training for Investment inSecurities: A European Network for the Improvement of SMEs and Professionals Financial Culture
N. Casalino, A. D'Atri (Italy), and V. Uskov (USA)
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Track Special Session: Implementing E-Learning in Companies FreeSubscription
570-807 Blended-Learning Enhancing Performance in Sales Negotiations
T. Bosch, A. Wacker, and H. Mandl (Germany)
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570-809 Epistemological Beliefs and their Impact on the Practice of e-Learning in Companies
C. Harteis, H. Gruber, and H. Hertramph (Germany)
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570-810 The Role of Self Explanations in Fostering Reflection Multimedia Communication Training for Preservice Teachers
M. Henninger and C. Hörmann (Germany)
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570-812 Augmented and Virtual Reality based Training in the Field of Logistics
D. Walch (Germany)
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Track Content and Curriculum Development Issues of Technology-Based Education FreeSubscription
570-073 Design and Development of Innovative Physics Simulations and Teaching Materials for the Learning of the Concept of Energy
A. Pallas, H. Stavridou, and E. Triantafillou (Greece)
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570-088 e-Learning Content Development in Indonesia: An Initiative
P. Pannen (Indonesia)
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570-091 Didactical Assistance in e-Learning Process-Oriented Production Environments
H. Fredrich, H.M. Niegemann, V. Zimmermann, and L. Lehmann (Germany)
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570-100 Integration of Theories in an Online Course Development
D. Zhang, L. Zhou, and C. Wolfe (USA)
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570-108 e-Learning using e-Learning
M. Nordmann (Germany)
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570-116 Online Learning and Time Factor
P. Serdyukov and N. Serdyukova (USA)
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570-154 Instruction Production Model based on the Multimedia Learning Theory
C.-Y. Lai and W.-C. Liou (Taipei)
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Track Virtual Reality and Multimedia Systems FreeSubscription
570-058 Automated Data Acquisition and FEM Virtual Experiments in Teaching Medical Biophysics
J. Zahora, J. Hanus, V. Masin, and A. Bezrouk (Czech Republic)
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570-066 ReCap: A Tool for Automated Capture and Generation of Synchronized Audio, PowerPoint and Digital Ink Presentation
C.K. Kong and J.K. Muppala (Hong Kong)
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570-081 Design and Evaluation of a Virtual Sign Animated Pedagogical Agent
B. Saksiri (Thailand), J.S. Greenstein (USA), and P. Ruenwongsa (Thailand)
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570-084 Building an Automatic Annotate Image System by using Bootstrapping
Y.-L. Lin, C.-H. Kuo, and N.-L. Tsao (Taipei)
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570-093 Improved Quality of e-Learning at Lower Cost
P. Kawachi (Japan)
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570-104 A Distributed Virtual Lab for Practical Activities in Electronics
J.-P. Gerval and Y. Le Ru (France)
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570-117 Digital Portfolios for English Lesson Assessment in a Japanese Junior High School
R. Iwami (Japan), C.P. Ho (USA), and S. Narita (Japan)
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570-128 The Effectiveness of Computer-Aided Learning for VRML
A.K.L. Wong (Malaysia)
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570-150 Design and Implementation of Power Monitoring Practice System
P.-H. Wu, C.-H. Kuo, T.-H. Wu, and P.-L. Wu (Taipei)
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Track Innovative Technology-Based Teaching and Learning FreeSubscription
570-008 Applying Knowledge Reasoning Path to Problem Design for Chemistry Instruction
G. Dong and K. Yang (Beijing)
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570-024 The Effect of Different Presentation Strategies with Educational Software
H. Shamir and S. Vanous (USA)
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570-031 A Method of Evaluating Programs for Novice Programmers' Learning Support System
M. Arai (Japan)
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570-042 Teaching Decision-Making Skills through Inexpensive Virtual Scenarios
E. Conradi, T. Poulton, and J. Round (UK)
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570-055 Computer Aided Learning and Training on the Platform of Medical Information System
J. Hanus, J. Zahora, V. Masin, T. Nosek, P. Svoboda, and A. Bezrouk (Czech Republic)
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570-062 Developing Teachers' Technology Skills in a Laptop Initiative
P.B. McKimmy and P. Leong (USA)
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570-098 An Ontology-based Approach to Project-based Learning
L.-f. Kwok and C.-h. Cheung (Hong Kong)
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570-102 Learning About Earthquakes - Volcanoes and Safety Measures with the Use of ICT in Primary School
A. Daropoulos and C. Solomonidou (Greece)
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570-103 The Educational Software "Phenomena and Models of the Physical World" and the Learning of Electrostatic Phenomena
M. Kolimenou and E. Stavridou (Greece)
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570-139 How to Improve the Retention Rate in e-Learning Scenarios
H.-D. Wuttke (Germany)
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Track Collaborative Learning FreeSubscription
570-035 The Design of Web-based Cooperative Learning System for Operating 3D Virtual Instruments
F.-C. Kao, D.-W. Lin, C.-Y. Huang, and K.-Y. Chiang (Changhua)
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570-051 Explorative Learning and Scientific Writing - How to Teach Students Control Their Own Learning Process
A.W. Hunziker and R. Hugi (Switzerland)
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570-052 Reading and Writing Facilitating ICT use in School Science
J. Lavonen, K. Juuti, and V. Meisalo (Finland)
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570-077 Individual and Pair Behavior in Learning Problem in School Education
K. Shin-ike (Japan)
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570-078 Proposal of New Collaborative Learning Method in the e-Learning: Realizing a "Weak Collaborative Learning"
H. Songhao, K. Saito, H. Saito, and T. Maeda (Japan)
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570-079 A Systemic Model of Interaction Analysis in CSCL
J. Liao, Y. Li, J. Wang, R. Huang, and Z. Zhang (Beijing)
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570-107 Adaptive Cooperation Tools in Learning Virtual Communities
A. Carbonaro, L. Colazzo, and A. Molinari (Italy)
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570-138 Research on the Application of Content Analysis to Online Learning
J. Leng (Hong Kong), J. Liao, and R. Huang (Beijing)
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570-140 Virtual and Remote Laboratories in Cooperative Knowledge Spaces
S. Cikic, S. Jeschke, N. Ludwig, and U. Sinha (Germany)
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Track Mobile Learning FreeSubscription
570-043 How Mobile Technology Promotes Effective Learning
A.M. Sølvberg, M. Rismark, A. Stømme, and L.M. Hokstad (Norway)
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570-067 Podcasting and its use in Enhancing Course Content
J.K. Muppala and C.K. Kong (Hong Kong)
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570-068 Enhance User's Interaction and Communication in Network-based Project Learning through Mobile Technologies
M.F. Ibrahim, N.A.S. Abdullah, S.S. Yieng, A.A. Aziz, N.H. Jaafar, and K. Kamardin (Malaysia)
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570-069 Development and Evaluation of a Lunar Observation Support System for Mobile Phones
H. Miyata, M. Suzuki, M. Fukahori, and T. Akamatsu (Japan)
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570-086 A Model for Constructivist Learning as an LMS Basis for Ordering RLOs
P. Kawachi (Japan)
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570-146 Wireless Education Platform Open Source Way to Create Mobile Education
M. Nelimarkka and R. Suomela (Finland)
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Track Additional Paper FreeSubscription
570-802 Activity Visualization and Regulation in a Virtual Classroom
L. Kepka, J.-M. Heraud, L. France, J.-C. Marty, and T. Carron (France)
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The topics of interest include, but are not limited to: Advanced Technology in Education and Training * 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 Advanced Educational Software and Hardware * 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 Advanced Technology and Human Resource Issues * Accreditation * Advanced Teaching and Learning Technologies * Curriculum Design and Development * Faculty and Professional Development * New Roles of Teachers, Instructors, Students, and Learners * New Learning and Teaching Theories * Teacher Training and Support * Teacher Evaluation Institutional Issues on Technology-based Education and Training * Best Practices and Case Studies * Corporate Training * Economic Issues * Education for Business and Industry * Education for Disabled Learners * Infrastructure and Technology * Intellectual Property * Multi-Teacher Courses * Online (Virtual) Universities * Online Scientific Labs * Online Degree Programs (Credit and Non-Credit) * Primary and Secondary Education * Privacy Issues * Post-University Education and Training * Strategic Planning * Technology Centers * University Education * Vocational Training Policies on Technology-based Education * Assistance of National and International Organizations * International Collaboration and Projects * National Collaboration and Projects * National Policies and Standards * Policy and Law * Sociological Issues * Standards in Learning and Teaching * Special Conditions in Developing Countries Technology-based Blended, Distance and Open Education * Adult Education * Best Practices and Case Studies * Blended Education * Curriculum Design and Development * Distance Education * Educational and Training Systems * Open Education * Open Universities * On Demand Education * Quality Control and Assessment * Pedagogical Issues.

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