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Virtual Education Manifesto: Where Are We Going Technologically and Market-wise?
World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications (EDMEDIA) 1998:1 , 1998
How can we integrate educational technology into the workflow? We will
consider three activities: courseware and learning, virtual classroom and teaching, and virtual
school and administering. Our own efforts to integrate into the workflow of...
Self-Confidence versus Usability for Blackboard and Library Databases
World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications (EDMEDIA) 2007:1 , Jun 25, 2007
Two popular technology innovations available in higher education institutions are web-based courseware and bibliographic databases. The literature suggests that a student's sense of self-confidence relative to these technologies has a positive...
Assessing Teachers' Technology Acceptance and Usage Behavior
World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications (EDMEDIA) 2009:1 , Jun 22, 2009
Many teachers use educational technology less than they might. A model is presented to account for factors influencing their acceptance and usage of technologies they are currently using. The model is an extension of the Technology Acceptance...
Building a Web-Based Accountability System in a Teacher Education Program
Interactive Learning Environments (ILE) 13:1 , 2005
A novel Web-based Accountability Model (WAM) for assessment and learning in a Teacher Education Program was implemented. The objective is to explain the rationale for the WAM model, how it was implemented as the web-based Education Accountability...
Hypertext Interchange Using ICA
Journal of Documentation (JD) 51:2 , 1995
Discusses extended ICA (Integrated Chameleon Architecture), a public domain toolset for generating text-to-hypertext translators. A system called SGML-MUCH has been developed using E-ICA (Extended Integrated Chameleon Architecture) and is presented...
Computer-Supported Collaborative Writing Phases
Journal of Educational Technology Systems (JETS) 26:2 , 1998
This research examined whether collaborative hypermedia systems could improve upon results achieved in traditional collaborative and individual learning environments without a computer. The students did not feel positively disposed to sharing their...
Modelling Situated Actions in Collaborative Hypertext Databases
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication (JCC) 2:3 , 1996
Develops a probabilistic model of the usage of an awareness-maintaining mechanism in a collaborative hypertext database system. Studies longitudinal time series data of user-database interaction. Finds that the recurring patterns in the occurrences...
Efficiency and Effectiveness in Computer-Supported Peer-Peer Learning
Computers & Education (CE) 30:3 , 1998
Presents three case studies to support the claim that mechanistic groupware can improve efficiency and effectiveness in the classroom. Results indicated that the expertise of the teacher and the motivation of the students are important factors in...