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2010 Tech-Education International Conference: technology enhanced learning: quality of teaching and educational reform

Author: Lytras, Miltiadis D. ; Ordonez de Pablos, Patricia ; Avison, David ; Sipior, Janice ; Jin, Qun ; Leal, Walter ; Uden, Lorna ; Thomas, Michael ; Cervai, Sara ; Horner, David Corporate author: Tech-Education Meeting: Tech-Education 1st International Conference, Athens, Greece, May 19-21, 2010 Series: Communications in computer and information science ; 73 Publisher: Springer, 2010.Language: EnglishDescription: 697 p. : Graphs/Ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9783642131653ISSN: 18650929Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and indexContents Note: Includes chapters by Albert A. Angehrn and Katrina Maxwell "EduSynergy: a simulation-based change management experience for higher education institutions", p. 42-49 and "Lessons learned from deploying a video-based Web 2.0 platform in an executive education context", p. 195-201
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Includes bibliographical references and index

Includes chapters by Albert A. Angehrn and Katrina Maxwell "EduSynergy: a simulation-based change management experience for higher education institutions", p. 42-49 and "Lessons learned from deploying a video-based Web 2.0 platform in an executive education context", p. 195-201

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Technology enhanced learning Quality of teaching and educational reform Table of contents Moodie 2.0: Shifting from a Learning Toolkit to a Open Learning Platform................. 1 Marc Aber, Maria Jose Casari, and Jordi Piguillem Technology Enhanced Learning for People with Intellectual Disabilities and Cerebral Paralysis: The MAS Platform ............................................................... 11 Ricardo Colomo-Palacios, Fernando Paniagua-Martin, A ngel Garcia-Crespo, and Belem Ruiz-Mezcua Student Blogging: Implications for Learning in a Virtual Text-Based Environment .... 18 Craig Deed and Anthony Edwards Confidence-Based Learning in Investment Analysis ................................................ 28 Enric Serradell-Lopez, Pablo Lara-Navarra. David Castillo-Merino, and Ines Gonzalez-Gonzalez Language Teaching across the Digital Divide ........................................................... 36 Allyson Earner EduSynergy: A Simulation-Based Change Management Experience for Higher Education Institutions ...................................................................................... 42 Albert .4. Angehrn and Katrina Maxwell The Study of Educative Network Organizations in the City of Barcelona, Spain: The Non Barris District ................................................................. 50 Jordi Diaz Gibson, Mireia Civis Zaragoza, Jordi Longàs, and Ana Ma Lopez Experimenting Design and Implementation of an Educational Services Management System Based on ISO/IEC 20000 Standard............................................................................. 55 Jean-Marc Lezcano, Hatsuo Adachihara, and Marc Prunier Having Your Own Automatic Judge: SEWS............................................................... 61 Miguel Revilla and Miguel A. Revilla, Mii School: New 3D Technologies Applied in Education to Detect Drug Abuses and Bullying in Adolescents ........................................................................... 65 Jose Alberto Carmona, Moises Espinola, Adolfo J. Cangas, and Luis Iribarne KP-Lab System: A Collaborative Environment for Design, Realization and Examination of Different Knowledge Practices............................................... 73 Jan Paralic and Frantisek Babic Machine Learning Support for Human Articulation of Concepts from Examples A Learning Framework ................................................................................................ 80 Gabriela Pavel Oratorio Online: The Use of Technology Enhaced Learning to Improve Students. Oral Skills .................................................................................................................. 85 Jon Dornaleteche Legibility for Users with Visual Disabilities................................................................. Theresa De Lobo 92 Assessment of Andragogical Attributes of Distance Learners ..................................... Rugayah Gy Hashim, Hashim Ahmad, and NorAini. Ahmad 103 Moodie 2.0 Web Services Layer and Its New Application Contexts............................ 110 Miguel Angel Conde, Diego Alonso Gomez Aguilar, Alberto Del Pozo de Dios, and Francisco Jose Garcia Penalvo Didactic Scenarios and ICT: A Good Practice Guide ................................................................. 117 Vassilios Dagdilelis and loannis Papadopoulos Interactive Whiteboard Integration in Classrooms: Active Teachers Understanding about Their Training Process................................................................................................................ 124 Meritxell Cortada Pujol, Maria Graciela Badilla Quintana, and Jordi Riera Romani Teaching Business Simulation Games: Comparing Achievements Frontal Teaching vs. eLearning ................................................................................... 128 David Bregman, Gila Keinan, Arik Korman, and Yossi Raanan The VOLARE Methodology: Using Technology to Help Changing the Traditional Lecture Model ......................................................................................................................... 134 Marco Ronchetti Towards an Automatic Forum Summarization to Support Tutoring ............................ 141 Antonella Carbonaro Efficiency Assessment of a Blended-Learning Educational Methodology in Engineering ............................................................................................................. 148 Ana Belen Gonzalez Rogado, Ma Jose Rodriguez Conde, Susana Olmos Miguelanez Blanca Garcia Riaza, and Francisco Jose Garcia Penalvo TELL(Technology-Enhanced Language Learning) and Less-Commonly Taught Languages: The Case of Modern Greek .......................................................... 156 Frieda Chwalabopoulou A Case Study of Modular-Based Project Oriented Learning in Electrical Engineering ................................................................................................................ 164 Damla Gurkan Kuntalp, Galeser Kalayci Demir, and Olcay Akay Origami in Education Enhanced by Computer Technology: A Case Study of Teaching Hexaflexagon in Math Class ........................................................ 170 Wenwu Chang Challenges of Implementing ESD in the Education Sector; Experiences in Norway ................................................................................................................................. 176 Astrid Sandas and Faye Benedict Using Automated Assessment Feedback to Enhance the Quality of Student Learning in Universities: A Case Study......................................................... 188 John Biggam Lessons Learned from Deploying a Video-Based Web 2.0 Platform in all Executive Education Context Katrina Maxwell and Albert A. Angehrn 195 Improving the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning through Classroom Research .................................................................................................................... 202 Patricia Almeida, José Joaquim Teixeira-Dias, and Jorge Medina Which Arc the Determinants of Online Students' Efficiency in Higher Education?.................................................................................................................. 209 David Castillo-Merino. Enrir Serradell-Lopez, and Ines Gonzalez-Gonzalez On the Utility of ICT in the European Higher Education Area: The Bologna Process and Its Implications in the Innovation of the Teaching and Learning Process.................................................................................................. 216 Pablo Muria Baiao Albino and Jose Enrique Armendariz-Iñigo Computer Programming: Fail Fast to Learn Sooner.................................................... 223 Miguel A. Brito and Filipe de Sa-Soares Experiential Collaborative Learning and Preferential Thinking ................................. 230 A ntonio P. Volpentesta, Salvatore Ammirato. and Francesco Sofo Computer Sciences Applied to Management at Open University of Catalonia: Development of Competences of Teamworks .......................................... 237 Carlos Cabañero Pisa and Emir Serradell Lopez From Workshop to the Web: Reflections on the Journey in Producing Vidcasts to Enhance Student Learning...................................................................... 244 Angela Shapiro and Aidan Johnston `Virtual Learning-by-Doing' Teamwork KSA: Strategic Management Simulation as an Effective Tool ................................................................................. 252 Victor Martin-Perez, Natalia Martin-Cruz, Pilar Perez-Santana, Juan Hernangomez-Barahona, and Celia Martin-Sierra The Digital Board in a University Setting: Two Real Cases in Europe and East Africa........................................................................................................... 259 Fahio Bertarelli, Matteo Corradini, Giacomo Guaraldi, Elisabetta Genovese, Juma Kilwake, and Stephen Mutua E-Learning across Cultural Boundaries: A European Perspective on Technology Acceptance ........................................................................................... 265 Nicolae Nistor, Maximilian Wagner, Emese Istvanffy, and Maria Dragota Using Collaboration Strategies to Support the Monitoring of Online Collaborative Learning Activity....................................................................................................... 271 Thanasis Daradoumis, Angel A. Juan, Fernando Lera-Lopez, and Javier Faulin Knowledge Construction with Social Web Tools....................................................... 278 Margarida Lucas and Antonio Moreira Information Security Threats Analysis for E-Learning .............................................. 285 Najwa Hayaati Mohd Alwi and Ip-Shing Fan Employability: Challenges for Education and Training Systems ............................... 292 Elena Arjona Perez, Christelle Garrouste, and Kornelia Kozovska System and User Characteristics in the Adoption and Use of e-Learn ng Management Systems: A Cross-Age Study .................................................................................. 301 Oscar Lorenzo Dueñas-Rugnon, Santiago Iglesias-Pradas, and Angel Hernandez-Garcia A Comparative Study on the Influence between Interaction and Performance in Postgraduate In-Class and Distance Learning Courses Based on the Analysis of LMS Logs ......................................................................... 308 Felix Pascual-Miguel, Julia Chaparro-Peldez, Angel Hernandez-Garcia, and Santiago Iglesias-Pradas Education for Sustainable Development through the Use of the Second Life: The Case of a Virtual Museum for Sharks ........................................................ 316 Tryfon Papadamou, Costas Gavrilakis, Costas Tsolakidis, and Georgia Liarakou Quality of Project Management Education and Training Programmes......................... 324 Constanta-Nicoleta Bodea, Maria Dascalu, and Melania Coman ICT in the Education of Students with SEN: Perceptions of Stakeholders Jaime Ribeiro, Antonio Moreira, and Ana Margarida Almeida 331 A Haptic-Based Framework for Chemistry Education: Experiencing Molecular Interactions with Touch ....................................................................... 338 Sara Comai and Davide Mazza The Academic Advising System in a Virtual University .................................... 345 Maria J. Martinez-Argüelles, Elisabet Ruiz-Dotras, and Eva Rimbau-Gilabert Course Evaluation Study in Europe: The Current Picture .................................. 351 Israel Gutierrez Rojas, Raquel M. Crespo, Derick Leony, Abelardo Pardo, and Carlos Delgado Kloos Enhanced Learning Methodologies and the Implementation of an Identification Course ............................................................................................. 357 Roberto Gnidorzi The Reforming of Vocational Teacher Training Colleges in Turkey................. 364 A bdullah Cavusoglu and Durmus Günay Multicultural Interdisciplinary Handbook (MIH): Tools for Learning History and Geography in a Multicultural and ICT Perspective......................... 374 Valentina Zangrando, Francisco Jose Garcia Penalvo, and Antonio Miguel Seoane Pardo A Process for Improving Course Quality Based on Mid-semester Feedback ................................................................................................................... 379 Abelardo Pardo, Iria Estevez-Ayres, Pablo Basanta-Val, and Damaris Fuentes-Lorenzo The Challenges of Digital Literacy in the Context of the Spanish Government Educational Policies: The Statement of the Question .................. 387 Carmen Guillen Diaz and Maria, Teresa Blasco Quilez The Role That Web 2.0 Currently Has and Could Have in the Future in Supporting the Teaching of ICT Design for All .............................................. 397 Paulina Mitrea and Delia Mitrea Measuring Technological and Content Knowledge of Undergraduate Primary Teachers in Mathematics.......................................................................... 405 Spyros Doukakis. Maria Chionidou-Moskofoglou, Eleni Mangina-Phelan, and Petros Roussos The Workbook Service in a Learning Virtual Communities' Platform ...... 411 Luigi Colazzo, Francesco Conte, Andrea Molinari, and Nicola Villa Representations of Disability: School and Its Cultural Effects .................................. 418 Roberto Medeghini, Walter Fornasa, and Giuseppe Vadala Adaptative Peer to Peer Data Sharing for Technology Enhanced Learning............. 425 Michele Angelaccio and Berta Buttarazzi E.-Learning as an Opportunity for the Public Administration .................................... 431 Milena Casagranda, Luigi Colazzo, Andrea Molinari, and Sara Tomasini Embedding Educational Design Pattern Frameworks into Learning Management Systems.....................................................................................................................439 Michael Derntl and Rafael A. Cairo A Technology Enhanced Learning Model for Quality Education .............................. 446 Elizabeth Sherly and Md. Meraj Uddin A Hybrid Teaching and Learning Model ................................................................... 452 Jowati binti Juhary Integration of Subject Related ICT in Schools Is Failing; CouldRevival of System Dynamics and Simulations Be an Example towards Improvement?...............................................................................................459 Harald Haugen and Bodil Ask Student Development in Higher Education: A Constructivist Approach..................467 Rania Ibrahim and Akila Sarirete Balancing Teacher Quality and Quantity ................................................................... 474 Helen Bond An Automatic Indicator of the Reusability of Learning Objects Based on Metadata That Satisfies Completeness Criteria..................................................... 482 Javier Sanz-Rodriguez, Merkourios Margaritopoulos, Thomas Margaritopoulos, Juan Manuel Dodero, Salvador Sanchez-Alonso, and Athanasios Manitsaris Recognizing the "Transformational" in Preservice Digital Literacy Assignments... 489 Lorayne Robertson and Janette Hughes Getting Ready for the "School of the Future": Key Questions and Tentative Answers Michela Ott and Francesca Pozzi 495 Modeling Project Management Competences: An Ontology-Based Solution for Competency-Based Learning ................................................................. 503 Constania-Nicoleta Bodea and Maria-Iuliana Dascalu Measuring the Quality of the u-Learning Service Using the Zone of Tolerance SERVQUAL ............................................................................................. 510 Seong Jin Kim, Keon Chul Park, Hyun Sik Seo, and Bong Gyou Lee The Social Network Classroom ................................................................................. 517 Peter Bunus A Process-Oriented Model for Technology-Enhanced Learning ............................... 525 Philip Bonanno Extending LMS to Support IRT-Based Assessment Test Calibration ....................... 534 Panagiotis Fotaris, Theodoros Mastoras, Ioannis Mavridis, and Athanasios Manitsaris Family Involvement as a Priority Element for an Educational Action Based on Dialogic Learning ....................................................................................... 544 Merce, Panellas Valls, Montserrat Alguacil de Nicolas, and Maria Carme Boque Torremorell A Threats Blocking Plug-in for Open Source Learning Management Systems.................................................................................................551 Gianluca Braga, Andrea Sterbini, and Marco Temperini Design of an Interactive Game for Teaching War Ethics ........................................... 558 Nikolaos Doukas, Athanasios Drigas, and Nikolaos G. Bardis BriteStep: Automation in IT Assessment.................................................................... 565 Lykourgos Petropoulakis, Taha Khan, and Linda Steedman From Empiricism to Total Quality Management in Greek Education .. loannis Karavasilis, Ioannis Samoladas, and Apostolos Nedos .. 572 Evolutionary Approach of Virtual Communities of Practice: A Reflection within a Network of Spanish Rural Schools .......................................... 583 Frédérique Frossard, Anna Trifonova, and Mario Barajas Frutos Union Catalogs of Learning Objects: Why Not?......................................................... 590 Ana M.B. Pavani Evaluation Study of Pedagogical Methods and E Learning Material via Web 2.0 for Hearing Impaired People................................................................... 595 John Vrettaros, Katerina Argiri, Pilios Stavrou, Kostas Hrissagis, and Athanasios Drigas Towards a Pragmatic Model for Group-Based, Technology-Mediated, Project-Oriented Learning - An Overview of the B2C Model ............................................................. 602 John Lawlor, Claire Conneely, and Brendan Tangney Video Conferencing and Knowledge Management in In-Service Teacher Distance Lifelong Training and Development .......................................................... 610 Anna Kamakari and Athanasios Drigas Supporting Teachers to Automatically Build Accessible Pedagogical Resources: The APEINTA Project ........................................................................... 620 Ana Iglesias, Lourdes Moreno, and Javier Jimenez Developing the School of the Future Based on Quality Principles ............................. 625 Constantinos Doukas, Yannis Kotsanis, Vassilis Economu, and Katerina Riviou Digital Literacy Development of Students Involved in an ICT Educational Project .................................................................................................... 632 Maria Graciela Badilla Quintana and Meritxell Cortada Pujol SOLE: Applying Semantics and Social Web to Support Technology Enhanced Learning in Software Engineering ............................................................. 639 Ricardo Colomo-Palacios, Diego Jimenez-Lopez:, Angel Garcia-Crespo, and Borja Blanco-Iglesias Design Education in the Global Era ........................................................................... 646 Theresa De Lobo Integrated Design of Basic Training, Practicum and End-of-Course Assignment Modules in the Teacher Training Degree: Perception of University Teachers, Students,and School teachers............................................ . 654 Maria Carme Bogue Torremorell, Montserrat Alguacil de Nicolas, and Merce Pañellas Valls Students' Satisfaction with an Undergraduate Primary Education Teaching Practicum Design on Developing Technological, Pedagogical and Mathematical Knowledge ................................................................................... 661 Spyros Doukakis, Christos Koilias, and Maria Chionidou-Moskofoylou Web-Based Optimization System Applied to the Teaching of Mathematical Programming....................................................................................... 667 Placido Rogerio Pinheiro and Amaury Brasil Filho New Insights and New Approaches for Lifelong Learning ........................................ 675 Mark Glynn, Richard Thorn, and Ruan Mcloughlin GeoGebra: A Global Platform for Teaching and Learning Math Together and Using the Synergy of Mathematicians ................................................. 681 Pellumb Kllogjeri Reducing Stress within the Rehabilitative Work Setting A Report on the ROSE Project........................................................................................................ 688 John S. G. Wells and Margaret Denny Teaching for Multiple Intelligences in Undergraduate Education............................ 690 Margaret Denny New Learning The IPP Programme: Improvements in Learning and Self Esteem by Changing the Organization of Learning .......................................... 692 Klaus Garber, Oskar Ausserer, and Salvatore Giacomuzzi Recruitment and Rotation of the Trainers in the Lifelong Learning Context........... 694 Xhevrie Mamqi, Pilar Olave Rubio, and Jesus Miguel Alvarez Author Index........................................................................................................................... 695

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