Advances in Web-Based Learning - ICWL 2004: Third International Conference, Beijing, China, August 8-11, 2004, Proceedings / Edition 1by Wenyin Liu
With the rapid development of Web-based learning and new concepts like virtual cla- rooms, virtual laboratories and virtual universities, many issues need to be addressed. On the technical side, there is a need for effective technology for deployment of W- based education.On the learning side, the cyber mode of learning is very different from classroom-based learning.… See more details below
With the rapid development of Web-based learning and new concepts like virtual cla- rooms, virtual laboratories and virtual universities, many issues need to be addressed. On the technical side, there is a need for effective technology for deployment of W- based education.On the learning side, the cyber mode of learning is very different from classroom-based learning. How can instructional developmentcope with this new style of learning? On the management side, the establishment of the cyber university - poses very different requirements for the set-up. Does industry-university partnership provide a solution to addressing the technological and management issues? Why do we need to standardize e-learning and what can we do already? As with many other new developments, more research is needed to establish the concepts and best practice for Web-based learning. ICWL 2004, the 3rd International Conference on Web-Based Learning, was held at the Tsinghua University (Beijing, China) from August 8th to 11th, 2004, as a continued attempt to address many of the above-mentioned issues. Following the great successes of ICWL 2002 (Hong Kong) and ICWL 2003 (Australia), ICWL 2004 aimed at p- senting new progress in the technical, pedagogical, as well as management issues of Web-based learning. The conference featured a comprehensive program, including a tutorial session, a keynote talk, a main track for regular paper presentations, and an - dustrial track. We received 120 papers and accepted only 58 of them in the main track for both oral and poster presentations.
Table of Contentse-Learning Platforms and Tools.- Learning Algorithms with an Electronic Chalkboard over the Web.- The Agile Teaching/Learning Methodology and Its e-Learning Platform.- Activity Theory as Tool for Analyzing Asynchronous Learning Networks (ALN).- An Agent- and Service-Oriented e-Learning Platform.- Automatically Generating an e-Textbook on the Web.- Prioritized Admission Control in Multimedia Network-Based e-Learning.- CUBES: Providing Flexible Learning Environment for Virtual Universities.- Dinosys: An Annotation Tool for Web-Based Learning.- Web-Based Multimedia Authoring and Presentation Framework for Children’s Art Cultivation.- A Progressive Content Distribution Framework in Supporting Web-Based Learning.- Technologies to Support Collaborative Learning over the Multimedia Home Platform.- Proposal for KML Designer with Web-Based Environment.- AI-Based Teaching Package for Open Channel Flow on Internet.- Efficient Methods for Skimming the Web-Based Synchronization Multimedia Lectures.- Web-Based Collaborative Learning Focused on the Study of Interaction and Human Communication.- PKUSpace: A Collaborative Platform for Scientific Researching.- Learning by Seamless Migration – A Kind of Mobile Working Paradigm.- XML-Based Agent Communication in a Distributed Learning Environment.- Hook and Screen Division Based Screen Compression for the Real-Time Multimedia Transformation of e-Learning System.- Design for a Learner-Oriented Tracking.- Web-Based Adaptive Collaborative Learning Environment Designing.- A CATV and Internet Combined Framework for Distance Learning.- MPEG-4 Based Interactive 3D Visualization for Web-Based Learning.- An Adaptive Distance Learning System Based on Media Streaming.- Learning Resource Deployment, Organization and Management.- CDAL: A Scalable Scheme for Digital Resource Reorganization.- An Approach to the Use and Automatic Generation of Web-Based Learning Materials.- e-Learning Services Provision and Management.- A Modular Approach to e-Learning Content Creation and Maintenance.- Using a Knowledge-Based Management to Design a Web-Based Creative Problem Solving System.- Context-Based Classification for Link Data.- Build Presentation Layer for Semantic Contents.- e-Learning Content Management Based on Learning Object.- Improving Web-Based Learning: Automatic Annotation of Multimedia Semantics and Cross-Media Indexing.- Practice and Experience Sharing.- Multimedia Distance Learning Application on Embedded End Device.- Web-Based Collaborative Learning System Design for Navigation Education and Training.- Aphasics’ Communities Learning on the Web.- Crossing Boundaries with Web-Based Tools for Learning Object Evaluation.- Web-Based Handwriting Education with Animated Virtual Teacher.- From e-Learning to Virtual Learning Community: Bridging the Gap.- A Web-Based CAD System for Learning and Laboratory Purpose.- A Web-Based Teacher Assisting Agent System.- An Application-Oriented e-Learning System with Self-monitoring and Adaptive Exercises.- Methodologies of the Personalized Courseware Construction Tools for e-Learning.- Agent-Based Web Learning System Applying Dynamic Fuzzy Petri Net.- Design and Implementation of Virtual Computer Network Lab Based on NS2 In the Internet.- Semantics-Based Answers Selection in Question Answering System.- e-Learning Standards.- Learning Content Recommendation Service Based-on Simple Sequencing Specification.- Learning Object Models and an e-Learning Service Infrastructure for Virtual e-Learning Communities.- Implementation Issues on the Quality Evaluation of Web-Based Courses and Digital Learning Resources.- Reusable Learning Object and Its Strategies for e-Learning.- An Implementation of Learning Objects Management System.- Specification for Service Quality Management System of e-Learning.- Pedagogical Issues.- Personalized Education: An Exploratory Study of Learning Pedagogies in Relation to Personalization Technologies.- Guidelines towards Effectively Sharable LOs.- Articulation of Learners Requirements for Personalised Instructional Design in e-Learning Services.- Comparison of Pronunciation Scores in Spoken Language Learning System.- Community Knowledge Building Environment with Concept of KBC.- Student Participation Index: Student Assessment in Online Courses.
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