Gordon Davies, Brian Samways (Eds.):
Teleteaching, Proceedings of the IFIP TC3 Third Teleteaching Conference, TeleTeaching 93, Trondheim, Norway, 20-25 August, 1993.
IFIP Transactions A-29 North-Holland 1993, ISBN 0-444-81585-6
Keynote and Invited Speakers
- A. W. Bates:
Educational aspects of the telecommunications revolution.
- Iam Chaya-Ngam:
The use of teleteaching methods for the development of competence in developing countries: the case of STOU.
- Andy DiPaolo:
Stanford University: experiences in distance education.
- K. Klingsheim, T. Kristiansen:
The importance of user participation in telecommunication development.
- W. McCullagh, Elizabeth Stacey:
Telematics - implications for teacher education.
- Jacques Perriault:
New requirements for educational systems in industrialized countries due to changing needs.
- Luis Rodriguez-Roselló:
Existing and future technology for teleteaching.
- Bruce R. Scriven:
Trends and issues in the use of communication technologies in distance education.
- Rosalie Wells:
The use of computer-mediated communication in distance education: progress, problems and trends.
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- Sigmund Akselsen, Svein-Ivar Lillehaug:
Teaching and learning aspects of remote medical consultations.
- Kirsten M. Anttila, Morgens Eriksen:
Schools in Network.
- Klaus Beutelspacher, Karlheinz Neubert:
LINGO - an ISDN-based foreign language service.
- Anne Biolluz, Chantal D'Halluin, Jean-Noël Gers:
What tools of communication for what pedagogical sequence?
- Knut Braatane:
Teachers in network.
- Kjell Age Bringsud, Geir Pedersen:
The MUNIN project - distributed electronic classrooms with large electronic white boards.
- Tony Clifford, Chris Warren:
The Planet project.
- S. Coiro, Franco Davoli, Piergiulio Maryni, P. P. Puliafito, M. A. Pavan, P. Talone:
Design and experimental monitoring of an ISDN-based multi-media distance learning service.
- Patrick John Coppock:
Video telephones and Norwegian Sign Language: systemic constraints on communication in a visual-spatial channel.
- Valentina Dagiene, Gintautas Grigas:
Development of problem solving skills and creativity through distance teaching of programming.
- R. N. S. Davies, J. C. H. Jennings:
The multimedia teleschool: telematics in a corporate learning environment.
- A. C. Deryck, A. Roger Kaye:
Participative modelling and design of collaborative distance learning tools in the COLEARN project.
- Reinhard Donath:
Intercultural learning with the AT&T learning network: an electronic-mail journey of a German class.
- Brian Drayton:
The role of telecommunications in fostering a community of innovators.
- K. Fabian, Lubos Elias:
Distance teaching and library services for universities in Central Slovakia.
- Annie-Cecilie Fagerlie:
Technology is key to supporting Andersen Consulting and Arthur Andersen education strategies.
- Carole S. Fine:
CAWP Online: enhancing collaboration through technology.
- Annita Fjuk:
The pedagogical and technological challenges in computer-mediated communication in distance education.
- Catherine P. Fulford, S. Zhang:
Predicting student satisfaction from perceptions of interaction in distance learning.
- Christine Gardiol, André Boder, Daniel Peraya:
The JITOL project and model (Just in Time Open Learning).
- Annarosa Giannetti, Pier Luca Montessoro, Anna Rosa Scarafiotti:
Hypermath: a calculus hypertext for distance learning.
- Salvor Gissurardottir:
Generative learning strategies in computer-mediated communication.
- Anne Gjerløw:
Datacommunication - a tool in planning and bringing through the SPINN project.
- A. Gray, G. O'Grady:
Telecommunications pedagogy for effective teaching and learning.
- Roger Guir:
An innovative multi-media courseware for learning English for technical purposes.
- Ola Hansen:
LUPEN - a project in the teaching of literature at elementary levels in secondary shool.
- Ole Hansen, Pia Guttorm:
TESS - more than technology.
- Virginia Hardy:
Face to face and online tutoring: a different experience?.
- Harald Haugen:
Just in time open learning - a European project from a Norwegian point of view.
- Gail E. Hawisher, Cynthia L. Selfe:
Re-imagining change: computers, writing classes and American schooling.
- Jeremy Hawthorn:
Distance teaching: technological possibilities and resource constraints.
- D. E. Heffer, Margaret Ross, Geoff Staples:
The way forward.
- Irene Hein:
Classrooms at a distance: theoretical and empirical prerspectives on the elements of the teleteaching practice.
- Asbjørn Hoem:
Distance education that is human, low-cost and high tech.
- Robert Hoffman:
The distance brings us closer: electronic mail, ESL learner writers and teachers.
- Mike Horsley, Malcolm Beazley:
Training teachers to use computers in communication: lessons in orchestration and harmony.
- I. Hovig, Håkon Wium Lie:
Teleteaching in a graduate seminar: practical experiences and a look ahead.
- Unni Hovstad:
San passeport: learning French in Norwegian schools.
- Lilliam Hurst:
News from the front.
- Ming-Yueh Hwang:
The effects of television captions on adult learning in the National Open University in Taiwan.
- D. J. Ibsen, J. H. Lewis:
A model for implementing a cooperative multi-media information network (CMIN).
- David G. Jameson, Piers O'Hanlon, R. Beckwith, Erik Duval, Henk J. Olivié:
Distance learning by satellite- using an information resource to provide a flexible learning system.
- Astrid Elisabeth Jensen:
Learning computer network services by using them in familiar surroundings.
- Yoko Kaneko:
An educational program for better understanding between Japan & the United States using computer networks & video letters.
- G. Roland Kaye:
Electronic campus - UK.
- Adrian Kirkwood:
Screens and their surroundings: learning at home with information and communication technologies.
- Peter J. Knoke:
Teleteaching with IDG in interior Alaska.
- Terje Kristensen:
A pedagogical network of schools in the Bergen region.
- Kari Lampikoski:
Implementing computer-mediated communication as an innovation by change management: the project leader perspective.
- Sam Lanfranco, T. Utsumi:
Objects, agents and events in a global learning environement.
- Colin Latchem, John Mitchell, Roger Atkinson:
Videoconferencing networks and applications in Australian higher education.
- Sandra R. Levin, Eva Erdosne Toth, Cheryll Douglas:
Earth day treasure hunt: developing successful activities on electronic networks.
- Wiggo Lindseth:
Distance education in Finnmark, North Norway: a SPINN project.
- Robin Mason:
Designing collaborative work for online courses.
- John Meadows:
Telecommunications and the school curriculum.
- L. R. A. Melton, N. Ismail:
Distance knowledge of distance education: an online database.
- D. S. Mercer:
Larger scale conferencing for inexpert users.
- Pier Luca Montessoro:
The interactive teleteaching project at Politecnico di Torino.
- Bringley Morgan:
Long distance....No distance.
- Mike O'Donoghue:
Electronic communication projects under investigation in further education.
- Gilbert Paquette, Gilles Bergeron, Jacqueline Bourdeau:
The virtual classroom revisited.
- M. F. Paulsen:
Pedagogical techniques for computer-mediated communication.
- D. H. Peters:
Design parameters of a remote collaborative learning environment.
- Jordi Castells i Prims:
Patterns of activity, working conditions and tools in the use of telecommunications in Catalan schools.
- Ronald G. Ragsdale, A. Kassam:
New technology and traditional classrooms.
- Svein Arne Rasmussen:
International E-mail in language instruction.
- Heike Rautenhaus:
The reception of language functions in the foreign language classroom.
- Torstein Rekkedal:
Experiences with computer conferencing and teleteaching at NKI, Norway.
- Nelson Pacheco da Rocha, Leonor Moniz Pereira, Clara Cidade:
Remote learning and training services for elderly and disabled people.
- Frode Rønning, Haakon Waadeland, Jan Wibe:
Conference based teaching of a fist year university course in mathematics.
- Thomas L. Russell:
A medium revisited: televised distance education.
- Fjodor Ruzic:
Videotex in education - a hypermedia approach.
- O. Sande, J. Eide:
The FILAM project: a low profile approach to computerized distance teaching.
- E. Schiemann:
Instructional design: beyond heuristics in distance education course development.
- Bernd Schröder:
Tele-Seminars via satellite - communication and further education in new paths.
- Jean Schweitzer, Peter Witschital, Birgit Otto, Josef Burgard, Clemens Dietel:
CLE: Cooperative learning in a distributed multi-media environment.
- Carlton K. Scott:
Meeting educational needs in an information society: delivering an online critical thinking course.
- H. W. Sligte, P. Meijer:
Evaluating teletrips within the European Schools Project.
- Andy Sloane:
Aspects of multi-media database technology for teleteaching.
- Oluf Magnus Solvik:
Communication and distance education.
- Lára Stefánsdóttir:
The Icelandic Educational Network - ISMENNT.
- Lára Stefánsdóttir:
Kidlink: creating the gobal village.
- Morton M. Sternheim, Helen R. Sternheim:
Lessons from the Spacement network.
- David Stewart:
School development at a distance using Schools Sharing Information Network.
- David Sutton, Diana Bogdanova:
Identifying structures to facilitate effective international communications.
- P. H. Swann, Raymond Morel:
Computer-mediated communication in the Geneva school system.
- Stephen G. Taylor:
Comperized structural communications: an approach to teleteaching.
- L. Tziva, C. Parthenis, N. Gouvianakis, Christina Metaxaki-Kossionides:
A digital teleconferences system for distance learning.
- Wim Veen, Fred Vogelzang:
The use of telematics in Dutch education.
- Martial Vivet, P. Lerout, O. Hubert, J. Morandeau, C. Parmentier:
Teleassistance of trainees in an SME: a case study.
- P. de Vries, Betty A. Collis:
Software for educational telecommunications: The Dutch "Teleline" package.
- Anne Weeks, Ola Røyrvik:
Using E-mail in an English class at NKI.
- Mark Woodman, Gordon Davies:
Software Engineering concepts for distance learning.