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ECEL 2009
29-30 October, Bari, Italy
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The preliminary programme for the conference is given below. You can download the programme in .pdf format for circulating or posting on a noticeboard.


Please note, this programme is subject to change. Presenting authors should not make travel arrangements based on their presentation slot on this programme as this may change, if you need to present on a particular day or at a particular time, please email Sue Nugus, who will try to help you.

 

 

From mid April 2009  the titles of abstracts selected for submission as full papers will be listed on the Abstracts Selected Page. We hope that this will help you see how valuable the conference will be for you to attend.

 


Section 1 covers Thursday 28 October – Streams A through E

Section 2 covers Friday 29 October – Streams A through C

Section 3 covers Friday 29 October – Streams D through F

Section 4 covers Posters

 

 

 

Wednesday 28 October 2009

18:30

Pre-Conference registration and welcome drink at the EXCELSIOR HOTEL (from 1830-1930)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday 29 October 2009

9:00

Registration and coffee

9:30

Room: II of "palazzo delle Aule
Welcome from the conference chair:
Agostino Marengo

9:45

Room: II of "palazzo delle Aule
Keynote address:
Jane Klobas, Bocconi University, Italy
EL research and practice: Unity from Diversity

10:30

Conference splits into parallel sessions

 

 

 

Room - Lower ground: Aula Magna
Stream A:
e-Learning in the Work Place
Chair:
Thanos Hatziapostolou

Room - Lower ground: Room B
Stream B:
Teacher Development
Chair:
David Bond

Room - Lower ground:  Room A
Stream C:
Blended Learning
Chair:
Duncan Folley

Room - First floor: Room 1A
Stream D:
Mini Track on Web 2.0
Chairs:
Richard Hall

Room - First floor: Room 1B
Stream E:
Plagiarism
Chair: Elizabeth Dunne

10:45

On-the-job e-Learning: Workers' Motivations and Perceptions. The case of "La Caixa".
Batalla Josep, Carmen Pacheco and Jordi Vilaseca, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC), Spain

Do Teachers e-Learning Needs Differentiate among Countries?
Tuncay Nazime, Near East University, Nicosia, North Cyprus, Ioana Andreea Stanescu, Advanced Technology Systems, Romania and Hüseyin Uzunboylu, Near East University, Cyprus

Portraits of Learners: An Ethnographic Study of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) Practices
Piki Andriani, Royal Holloway University of London, Egham, UK

Open and Transparent Consensus: A Snapshot of Teachers’ Use of Wikipedia
Wallace Albin, United Learning Trust, Titchmarsh, UK (Practitioner contribution)

AntiPlag – A Sampling-based Tool for Plagiarism Detection in Student Texts
Kakkonen Tuomo and Niko Myller, University of Joensuu, Finland

11:15

Using Web2.0 Technology in Work Based Learning
A. Moteleb Aboubakr and Alan Durrant, Middlesex University, UK

Designing for Immersive Learning Environments: A Study of Teacher Innovation Using The Learning Federation (TLF) Digital Learning Resources
Reimann Peter, Peter Freebody and Margery Hornibrook, University of Sydney, Australia

Building the Future Student’s Blended Learning Experience from Current Research Findings
Jefferies Amanda and Ruth Hyde, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, UK

Developing a Social Collaborative Platform for a Curriculum Review Process: A Case Study of an Iterative Component-Based Method
Smithies Alisdair and Chris Banks, University of Manchester, UK

A National Strategy for Ensuring Authenticity in Student Work
Murray Will and Gill Rowell, PlagiarismAdvice.org, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK

11:45

Transformative Online Education for Educators: Cascading Progressive Practice in Teaching, Learning and Technology
Smyth Keith, Edinburgh Napier University, UK

Moodle as a Trogan Mouse: Policy, Politics and Pragnatism
Brown Mark, Shelley Paewai and Gordon Suddaby, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand

Collaborative Language Learning for Professional Adults
Mesh Linda, University of Siena Language Center, Italy

Social Bookmarking: Creating and Sharing Content in Postgraduate Learning
Tomkins Andy and Dawn McLoughlin, Edge Hill University, Ormskirk, UK

Dishonesty Deterrence and Detection: How technology Can Ensure Distance Learning Test Security and Validity
Caldarola Richard, Troy University, Atlanta and Tanya MacNeil, American InterContinental University, Atlanta, USA

12:15

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Thurs
3
Sept

Room - Lower ground: Aula Magna
Stream A:
Digital Literacy
Chair:
Mark De Groot

Room -  Lower ground: Room B
Stream B:
Evaluation and Assessment
Chair:
Rosina Merry

Room - Lower ground:  Room A
Stream C: 
e-Learning to Support Health
Chair:
Andrea Kelz

Room - First floor: Room 1A
Stream D:
Mini Track on Web 2.0
Chair:
Richard Hall

Room - First floor: Room 1B
Stream E:
Technical Issues
Chair:
Karin Levinsen

13:30

Learning for the Networked Society – Future-Oriented Competencies and the Emergence of the New Learner
Tweddell-Levinsen Karin, Aarhus University, Copenhagen, Denmark

The Evaluation of e-Learning Practices in the University Education System
De Pablos Carmen, Rey Juan Carlos University, Madrid, Spain

Barriers to a Virtual Europe
Pulman Andy, Bournemouth University, UK

Interventions for Second-Order Change in Higher Education: Challenges and Barriers
Fiedler Sebastian, Centre for Social Innovation, Vienna, Austria and Terje Väljataga, Tallinn University, Estonia and Tampere University of Technology, Finland

Use of Wiki Tools for Raising the Communicative Aspect of Learning
Dlouhá
Jana, Jiři Dlouhy, Charles University Environment Centre, Prague, Czech Republic

14:00

Frameworks for digital literacy and digital competence assessment
Cartelli Antonio, University of Cassino, Italy

Analysis of e-Learning Courses used at FIM UHK with Respect to Constraint Satisfaction Problems
Olševicova Kamila and Petra Poulová, University of Hradec Králové, Czech Republic

A Video Gem for a Health e-Portfolio
Sheridan-Ross Jakki, Gill Harrison and Janet Finlay, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK

Active Learning Methods in Teaching Computer Science Courses at HAFA
Andreatos Antonios, Hellenic Air Force Academy, Greece

Wiki Tools in the Preparation and Support of e-Learning Courses
Jancarik Antonin and Katerina Jancarikova, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic

14:30

What is important? Digital Literacy or Literacy in a Digital Environment ?
Verhaaren Henri and Ann De Meulemeester, Ghent University, Belgium

A Web-Based Tool for Assessing Online Peer-Reviews
Cunha Elisabete, CRACS, Porto and  Álvaro Figueira, Universidade do Porto and CRACS Portugal

Use of a Electronic Voting Systems (EVS) to Facilitate Teaching and Assessment of Decision Making Skills in Undergraduate Radiography Education
Lorimer Jenny and  Alan Hilliard, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, UK

Exploring Learner Participation in Curriculum Development Towards Employing More Read/Write Approaches on a Distance Learning Professional Programme
Thompson Pam and Jo Richardson, De Montfort University, Leicester, UK

Online Presentation Strategies for Visual Learners
Henry Paul, University of Maryland University College and University of Phoenix, USA (Research-in-Progress)

15:00

Heutagogy: What Your Mother Didn't Tell You About Pedagogy and the Conceptual Age
Eberle Jane, Emporia State University, USA

Developing a Conceptual Framework and Strategies Overcoming Intrinsic Inhibitors to e-Learning.
Terry Louise, London South Bank University, UK and Carol Leppa, University of Washington, Bothell, USA

A Framework for Supporting Postsecondary Learners with Psychiatric Disabilities in Online Environments
Grabinger Scott, University of Colorado, Denver, USA

Social Software, Thinking Styles, Personalization and Case-Based Foreign Language Learning: the Quest for new Pedagogical Models in Higher Education Mondahl Margrethe, Liana Razmerita and Jonas Rasmussen, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark

Towards a Service-oriented e-Learning Framework Based on Semantics
Bianchini Devis,  Valeria De Antonellis , University of Brescia, Antonio De Nicola and Michele Missikoff, IASI-CNR, Rome, Italy

15:30

Refreshments
Poster Conbtributors will stand by their posters

Thurs
29 October

Room - Lower ground: Aula Magna
Stream A:
Students
Chair:
Rikke Orngreen

Room - Lower ground: Room B
Stream B:
Design Issues and web conferencing
Chair:
Anne Robertson

Room - Lower ground:  Room A
Stream C: 
e-Learning to Support Health
Chair:
Scott Grabinger

Room - First floor: Room 1A
Stream D:
Mini Track on Web 2.0
Chair: 
Richard Hall

Room - First floor: Room 1B
Stream E:
Mini track on the Global Context of e-Learning
Chair:  Mathias Hatakka

16:00

Let Students Talk: Web 2.0? Web 3.0? or None?
Tuncay Nazime, Near East University, Nicosia, North Cyprus and Mustafa Tuncay, Ataturk Teacher Training Academy, Cyprus

Reuse and Repurposing of Digital Content: Understanding the Challenges of Design, Process, People
Martin Lindsey and Alison Mackenzie, Edge Hill University, Ormskirk, UK

Utilising WebCT as a Collaborative Participatory Research Tool to Question the Effectiveness of Notetakers who  Support D/eaf University Learners
Tainsh Yana, University of Greenwich and Melanie Thorley, Aspireabilty London, UK

Undergraduate Perceptions of the Usefulness of Web 2.0 Technologies in Higher Education: Survey Development
Kumar Swapna, College of Education, University of Florida, Gainesville, USA

Conveyor Belt Production of Course Material – a Case Study in Sri Lanka
Mozelius Peter, Stockholm University and Mathias Hatakka, Swedish Business School at Örebro University, Sweden

16:30

Is Audio Feedback a Useful Way of Enabling Students to Learn? A Case Study
Dunne Elisabeth and Sue Rodway-Dyer, University of Exeter, UK

Creating Confident Web Conferencers: a Web 2.0 Approach to Staff Development
de Groot Mark and Gill Harrison, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK

Studying Herbal Medicine: from Correspondence Course to Virtual World Polyclinic
Heaney Rose, University of East London, UK

An Intelligent Mash-up Learning Environment with Social Interaction
da Silva Joaquim Fernando and Francisco Jos
é Restivo, University of Porto, Portugal (Research-in-Progress)

e-Learning in Malaysia and Nigeria: A Bibliometric study
Abu Bakar Ahamed Bakeri, International Islamic University Malaysia, Yahya Ibrahim Harande and Bappah Magaji Abubakar, Bayero University, Kano, Nigeria

17:00

Communication for Learning: Too Much Choice?
Greener Susan, Brighton Business School, University of Brighton, UK

Innovative use of Web Conferencing Tools in a Multi-process Approach to Learning
Seddon Kathy, Matthew James and Kevin Mulryne, NCSL, Nottingham, UK (Research-in-Progress)

 

 

Evaluating the Impacts of Distance Learning Support Systems on the Learning Experience of MBA Students in a Global Context
Bentley Yongmei, Anjali Shegunshi, Mike Scannell, University of Befordshire, Luton, UK

17:30

Close of the Conference day

Close of the Conference day

Close of the Conference day

Close of the Conference day

Close of the Conference day

18:15

Buses leave for the Conference Dinner at Zonno Ricevimenti

22:00

Buses return from the conference dinner to the Conference Hotels

 

Friday 30 October 2009

8:30

Refreshments

9:00

Room:  II of "palazzo delle Aule"
Opening messages:
Agostino Marengo

9:05

Room:  II of "palazzo delle Aule"
Keynote address:
Julià Minguillón, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (Barcelona), Spain

Learner-centred learning object repositories: personalization and interaction issues

9:45

Presentation to introduce ECEL 2010 from the Polytecnic Institute of Porto , Portugal

9:55

Conference splits into streams

Conference splits into streams

Conference splits into streams

 

Room - Lower ground: Aula Magna
Stream A:
Mobile Learning
Chair:
Yongmei Bentley

Room - Lower ground: Room B
Stream B:
Social Networking and Social Media
Chair:
Alan Durrant

Room -  Lower ground:  Room A
Stream C:
Online Learning
Chair:
Rowena Santiago

10:00

Mobile Knowledge Management Toolkit
Stanescu Ioana, Antoniu Stefan, Advanced Technology Systems, Ion Roceanu, Carol I National Defence University, Veronica Stefan, Valahia University of Targoviste, Romania and Felix Hamza-Lup, Armstrong Atlantic State University, USA

Social Software Network And Education: South East Asia
Tongkaw Sasalak, Zamhar Iswandono Ismail and Aumnat Tongkaw, University of Manchester, UK

Exploring the Current Theoretical Background about Adoption until Institutionalization of Online Education in Universities: needs for further research
Casanovas Inés, Jönköping University, Sweden & National Technological University, Buenos Aries, Argentina

10:30

Mobile Technologies and Archaeological Sites: An Emergent Context in Mediterranean Europe
Ibanez Etxeberria Alex, Universidad Del Pais Vasco and Mikel Asensio Brouard, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain

e-Communication Patterns in Collaborative Learning Networks
Lim Hwee Ling, The Petroleum Institute, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

How do Students Measure Service Quality in e-Learning? A Case Study Regarding an Internet-Based University
Martínez-Argüelles María,Open University of Catalonia, José Castán, University of Barcelona and Angel Juan, Open University of Catalonia, Spain

11:00

A Contextual Mobile Learning System in our Daily Lives and Professional Situations
Yin Chuantao, Bertrand David and Renee Chalon, Laboratory LIESP, Ecole Centrale de Lyon, Ecully, France

Emergence of the Most Knowledgeable Other (MKO): Social Network Analysis of Chat and Bulletin Board Conversations in a CSCL System
Sundararajan Binod, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada

Effective Provision of Formative Feedback in an e-Learning Environment
Hatziapostolou Thanos, City College, International Faculty of the Unviersity of Sheffield, Thessaloniki, Greece and Iraklis Paraskakis, South East European Research Centre, Thessaloniki, Greece

11:30

Refreshments
Digital Publishing will give a presentation
digital publishing - Delivering blended language training at UNICAL

 

Room - Lower ground: Aula Magna
Stream A:
Performance
Chair:
Margery Hornibrook

Room - Lower ground: Room B
Stream B:
Activity Based Training
Chair:
Alan Hilliard

Room - Lower ground:  Room A
Stream C:
Needs analysis and implementation
Chairs:
Jenny Lorimer

12:00

The Role and Use of Essay Tests in e-Learning: A Japanese Case Study
Nakayama Minoru, CRADLE, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan and Rowena Santiago, California State University, San Bernardino, USA

New Pedagogical Models Strengthen Workplace Training and Know-how Transfer to Personnel From Industry
Stav John B and Erik Engh, Sør-Trøndelag University College, Norway

Since Everybody Needs Need Analysis Why do we Fail to Investigate?
Mouzakitis George, e-DEKA, Greece

12:30

Student Performance and its Association with Utilisation of Teaching Material
Bond David, Tony Holland and Peter Wells, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia

Integrating Student Response Services for iPod Touch and iPhone into e-Learning Environments
Stav John, Kjetil Nielsen, Roger Bergh, John Thorseth, Sør-Trøndelag University College and Dan Jacobsen, Norwwegian Unviersity for Technology and Sciences, Trondheim, Norway

Visual Analytics for Educational Data Analysis
Kedaj Zdenek, Lubos Popelinsky, Masaryk University, Brno and Lenka Nováková, The Czech Technical University, Prague, Czech Republic

13:00

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Fri
30 October

Room - Lower ground: Aula Magna
Stream A:
Applications
Chair:
Minoru Nakayama

Room - Lower ground: Room B
Stream B:
Social Networking and Social Media
Chair:

Room - Lower ground:  Room A
Stream C:
Learning methods
Chair:
Uwe Hoppe

14:00

Websites and Museums: New Informal Learning Applications
Asensio Brouard Mikel, Elena Asenjo Hernanz, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid and Alex Ibanez Etxeberria, Universidad del Pais Vasco, Spain

Selecting Tools and Services: An Expression of Self-direction in Higher Education?
Väljataga Terje, Tallinn University, Estonia and Tampere University of Technology, Finland

A ‘Hybrid Space’ For Peer Review: Can Facebook Inspire New Ways of Thinking?
Glen Neil, Anthony Head, Bath School of Art and Design and Stephen Thompson, Cardiff School of Art and Design, UK (Research-in-Progress)

14:30

Teaching Animation Concepts Using e-Learning Tools and On-line Communities
Wilkinson Stephen, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK

VET: A Tool for e-Learning 2.0
Di Lecce Vincenzo, Antonella Giove, Polytechnic of Bari Taranto and Alessandro Quarto, MyHermes Srl, Taranto, Italy

Methopedia - Pedagogical Design Community for European Educators
Ryberg Thomas, Aalborg University Denmark, Christian Niemczik, University of Applied Sciences, Wildau, Germany and Elke Brenstein, Dotconex Learning and Developement, Potsdam, Germany

15:00

GAOOLE: A Gaia Design of Agent-Based Online Collaborative Learning Environments
Liu Shuangyan, Mike Joy and Nathan Griffiths, University of Warwick, UK

3D Virtual Worlds: The New Virtual Learning Environments
Reis Rosa, Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto, Paula Escudeiro and Nuno Escudeiro, Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto, Portugal

The Combined Use of e-learning and Traditional Learning Systems For the Students of Biology and Biochemistry
Gaytan Susana and  Rosario Pasaro, University of Seville, Spain

15:30

Summary of the issues raised durng the conference
Led by
Agostino Marengo

 

Close of conference

Close of conference

Close of conference

 

Friday 30 October 2009

8:30

Refreshments

9:00

Room:  II of "palazzo delle Aule"
Opening messages:
Agostino Marengo

9:05

Room:  II of "palazzo delle Aule"
Keynote address:
Julià Minguillón, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (Barcelona), Spain

Learner-centred learning object repositories: personalization and interaction issues

9:45

Presentation to introduce ECEL 2010 from the Polytecnic Institute of Porto , Portugal

9:55

Conference splits into streams

Conference splits into streams

Conference splits into streams

 

Room - First floor: Room 1A
Stream D:
Learning Objects
Chair: Andreas Giannakoulopoulos

Room - First floor: Room 1B
Stream E:
Mini Track on e-Portfolios
Chair: Mark Brown

Room - Second Floor: Room 2B
Stream F:
Blended Learning
Chair:
Linda Mesh

10:00

Quality Evaluation and Optimisation of e-Learning System Components
Kurilovas Eugenijus and Valentina Dagiene, Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Vilnius, Lithuania

ePortfolios in University and Blended Learning Settings
Orngreen Rikke, Aarhus Universtiy, Copenhagen, Denmark

The Lecture is Dead Long Live the e-Lecture
Folley Duncan, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK

10:30

Domain Ontology Creation Based on Automatic Text Extraction for Learning Objects Characterization
Ortiz Adela, Isabel Azevedo, Carlos Vaz de Carvalho, Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto, Rui Seiça
and Eurico Carrapatoso, Universidade do Porto, Portugal

Embedding e-Portfolios for Effective Lifelong Learning: a Case Study
Wheeler Anne and Rowena Yeats, Aston University, Birmingham, UK

Web-based English Language Learning Environments in Technical Part-time Studies Self-directed and Collaborative Approaches
Kelz Andrea, University of Applied Sciences Burgenland, Campus Pinkafeld, Austria

11:00

 

New Technologies in Siberia: e-Portfolio for Student Evaluation and Professional Development
Smolyaninova Olga and Tatyana Ryzhkova, Siberian Federal University, Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation

Role-taking as Strategy for Active Participation in a Blended Learning Course
Sansone Nadia, Paola Francesca Spadaro and Maria Beatrice Ligorio, University of Bari, Italy

11:30

Refreshments
Digital Publishing will give a presentation
digital publishing - Delivering blended language training at UNICAL

 

Room - First floor: Room 1A
Stream D:
Frameworks and Platforms
Chair:
Christian Niemczik

Room - First floor: Room 1B
Stream E:
Mini Track on e-Portfolios
Chair: Mark Brown

Room - Second Floor: Room 2B
Stream F:
Assessment Tools
Chair: Eugenijus Kurilovas

12:00

Crossing the Ts and Closing the Tags: Improving Web-Standards Compliance in Open Source e-Learning Platforms
Giannakoulopoulos Andreas, University of Athens, Andreas Floros, Nikolaos Kanellopoulos, Ionian University, Corfu and Iraklis Varlamis, Harokopio University of Athens, Greece

The Playground Model: Bridging the Gap Between Digital Technology and Curriculum an Evaluation of the Introduction of e-Portfolio Within Post Graduate Nursing Education
Robertson Anne, University of Edinburgh, UK

Educational Issues in Computer Based Assessment
Giurgui Luminita, Ghita Barsan and Danut Mosteanu, Land Forces Academy, Sibou, Romania

12:30

How Blogs and Web Platforms have Changed Communication Through Activist Art: An Approach to Existing Online Art Communities
Barata Ana, New University of Lisbon and Carlos Vaz de Carvalho,Porto School of Engineering  Portugal

Plumbing the Depths: Stories, e-Portfolios: Pedagogy, Ownership
Patterson Jennifer, University of Greenwich, London, UK

Organizing Web Educational Resources According to Specific User Needs
Escudeiro Nuno and Paula Escudeiro, Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto, Portugal

13:00

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Fri
30 October

Room - First floor: Room 1A
Stream D:
Applications and solutions
Chair: Cees Smit Sibinga

Room - First floor: Room 1B
Stream E:
Mini Track on e-Portfolios
Chair: Mark Brown

 

14:00

Integrating New Online Simulator Services into Vocational Education and Training
Stav John,  Trond Thorseth, Kjetil Liestøl Nielsen and Erik Engh, Sør-Trøndelag University College, Trondheim, Norway

Evaluation of Learning Based on Transverse Competences using Web 2.0 Orientations: The e-Transfolio
Barbera Elena, Ana Rodera, Gemma Aguado, Lourdes Guardia and Montse Vall-Ilovera, Open University of Catalonia, Barcelona, Spain

 

14:30

e-Plasticity: An Asynchronus e-Learning Solution for Artilliary Barrels Autofrettage Process
Barsan Ghita, Luminita Giurgiu, Benoni Sfarlog and Danut Mosteanu, Land Forces Academy, Sibiu, Romania

Learning for Life: Are Institutional ePortfolios Really the Answer?
Brown Mark, Massey University New Zealand EEL-190 ePortfolios RoundTable

 

15:00

 

 

 

15:30

 

 

 

 

Close of conference

Close of conference

Close of conference

 

Posters

E-portfolios: Do we Need Them? An Evaluation of Student and Tutor Experiences at the University of Greenwich.
Ryan Malcolm and Anthony Kandler, University of Greenwich, UK

Conversational Podcasts: Being Casual and Connected in On-line Teaching.
Archard Sara and Rosina Merry, University of Waikato, New Zealand

An Innovative Approach to Supporting Clinical Skills Development in Remote and Disparate Geographical Areas
Bruce Margaret, Sally Abey, Miriam McMullan and Catherine Smith, University of Plymouth, UK

Teaching Virtual networks: An application at the Framework of Co-operation for Development
Amo-Saus Elisa, Mª José García-Meseguer, Ramón Serrano-urrea, Castilla-La Mancha University, Spain and Thouraya Douglas, Universite Du 7 Novembre a Carthage, France

Building a Web2.0 Learning Community: Finding the Right Platform and Making it Work
Gray Colin, Edinburgh Napier University, UK

Vidcasts for the Self-directed Learner
Shapiro Angela, Glasgow Caledonian University UK

Professional Discourse in Online Learning Environments
Torras Eulalia, Open University of Catalonia, Spain

Adoption and Student Perceptions of Mobile Learning Opportunities in a Technology Based Dental Nursing Programme
Sheridan Carmen , Dublin Dental School and Hospital, Ireland

Technology: Best Practice Techniques for Educators
Hyatt Kim, Duquesne University, Rose Mary Mautino and William Barone, Duquesne University, USA

Development of Online IT Literacy Judgment Test and Effects of Passing Grade Setting of it.
Toyoji Matsumoto, Sato Masahide and Suzuki Tsuneo, Media Center of Kanazawa University, Japan

Digitise and Deliver: a Collaborative Partnership in E-learning Resource Provision
Wilson Ruth and Dawn McLoughlin, Edge Hill University, UK

 

 

 

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Papers accepted for the conference will be published in the conference proceedings, subject to author registration. The proceedings for this conference are listed in the Thomson Reuters ISI Index to Scientific and Technical Proceedings (ISTP), the Thomson Reuters ISI Index to Scientific and Technical Proceedings (ISTP/ISI Proceedings), the Thomson Reuters ISI Index to Social Sciences & Humanities Proceedings (ISSHP) and the Thomson Reuters ISI Index to Social Sciences & Humanities Proceedings (ISSHP/ISI Proceedings)


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