Advances in Web-Based Learning - ICWL 2005: 4th International Conference, Hong Kong, China, July 31 - August 3, 2005, Proceedings / Edition 1

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Web-Based Learning, ICWL 2005, held in Hong Kong, China in July/August 2005.

The 33 revised full papers and 9 short papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 99 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on e-learning platforms and tools; learning resource deployment, organization, and management; practice and experience sharing; mobile e-learning; and pedagogical issues.

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e-Learning Platforms and Tools.- A Core Model Supporting Location-Aware Computing in Smart Classroom.- Student Adoption Towards Web-Based Learning Platform.- ALIAS: An Automated Lab Information Administration System.- An Online Template-Based Authoring System for E-Learning.- Design and Implementation of a J2EE-Based Platform for Network Teaching.- A Web-Based Classroom Environment for Enhanced Residential College Education.- Adaptive Internet Interactive Team Video.- A Prototype of the Web-Based Marine Training Environment.- P2P Video Synchronization in a Collaborative Virtual Environment.- Virtual Experiment Services.- Learning Resource Deployment, Organization and Management.- Designing a Learning Objects Repository -The Views of Higher Education Faculty.- A Novel Resource Recommendation System Based on Connecting to Similar E-Learners.- MECCA-Learn: A Community Based Collaborative Course Management System for Media-Rich Curricula in the Film Studies.- Building Learning Management Systems Using IMS Standards: Architecture of a Manifest Driven Approach.- Constructing a SCORM-Compliant Intelligent Strategy Repository.- Effortless Construction and Management of Program Animations on the Web.- Practice and Experience Sharing.- Student Centered Knowledge Level Analysis for eLearning for SQL.- Web-Based Chinese Calligraphy Retrieval and Learning System.- Computer-Assisted Item Generation for Listening Cloze Tests and Dictation Practice in English.- The Gong System: Web-Based Learning for Multiple Languages, with Special Support for the Yale Representation of Cantonese.- A Novel Multi-agent Community Building Scheme Based on Collaboration Filtering.- Semantic Caching for Web Based Learning Systems.- An Approach to Acquire Semantic Relationships Between Words from Web Document.- Grounding Collaborative Knowledge Building in Semantics-Based Critiquing.- Real-Time Adaptive Human Motions for Web-Based Training.- Experiences in Using an Automated System for Improving Students’ Learning of Computer Programming.- Automatic Leveling System for E-Learning Examination Pool Using Entropy-Based Decision Tree.- A Web-Based Environment to Improve Teaching and Learning of Computer Programming in Distance Education.- The Design and Implementation of Digital Signal Processing Virtual Lab Based on Components.- A Design for Generating Personalised Feedback in Knowledge Construction.- Refining the Results of Automatic e-Textbook Construction by Clustering.- ANTS: Agent-Based Navigational Training System.- An Educational Virtual Environment for Studying Physics Concept in High Schools.- Mobile e-Learning.- Mobile learning with Cellphones and PocketPCs.- A Novel Mobile Learning Assistant System.- Context-Sensitive Content Representation for Mobile Learning.- Pedagogical Issues.- Managing Student Expectations Online.- Collaborative Virtual Learning Environment Using Synthetic Characters.- Devising a Typology of LOs Based on Pedagogical Assumptions.- Using Web Based Answer Hunting System to Promote Collaborative Learning.- The Impact of E-Learning on the Use of Campus Instructional Space.- The Research of Mining Association Rules Between Personality and Behavior of Learner Under Web-Based Learning Environment.

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