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Artificial intelligence in education : building technology rich learning contexts that work / edited by Rosemary Luckin, Kenneth R. Koedinger and Jim Greer
Artificial intelligence in education : building technology rich learning contexts that work / edited by Rosemary Luckin, Kenneth R. Koedinger and Jim Greer
Estensione 1 online resource (xxiii, 738 pages) : illustrations.
Disciplina 371.33/4
Accesso persona Luckin, Rosemary
Koedinger, Kenneth R.
Greer, Jim E., 1952-
Accesso convegno International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education (13th : 2007 : Los Angeles, Calif.)
Genere/Forma Electronic books
Conference papers and proceedings
ISBN 9781435608641
143560864X
9781607502586
1607502585
9781433709890
1433709899
9781586037642
1586037641
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Title page; Preface; AIED 2007 Committees, Chairs and Sponsors; Contents; Keynote Speaker Abstracts; Human-Computer Interface Issues; Pedagogical Agents; Representation; Motivation; Emotion and Affect; Metacognition; ITS, Feedback and Scaffolding; Learner Modelling; Linguistics and Language Technology; Linguistics and Language Technology, Tutorial Dialogues; Collaboration; Course-Based Experimentation; Authoring Tools and Ontologies; Data Mining; Posters; Young Researchers' Track Abstracts; Workshop Summaries; Tutorial Abstracts; Interactive Events Summaries; Author Index.
Record Nr. NYU-003393472
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Oversold and underused : computers in the classroom / Larry Cuban
Oversold and underused : computers in the classroom / Larry Cuban
Creatore [Cuban, Larry]
Estensione 1 online resource (250 pages)
Disciplina 371.33/4
Genere/Forma Electronic books
History
ISBN 9780674030107
0674030109
9780674011090
067400602X
Classificazione 81.68
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Introduction: reforming schools through technology -- The setting -- Cyberteaching in preschools and kindergartens -- High-tech schools, low-tech learning -- New technologies in old universities -- Making sense of unexpected outcomes -- Are computers in schools worth the investment? -- Appendix: rationale for choices of school levels.
Record Nr. NYU-006066857
[Cuban, Larry]  
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Developing the ICT capable school / Steve Kennewell, John Parkinson and Howard Tanner
Developing the ICT capable school / Steve Kennewell, John Parkinson and Howard Tanner
Creatore [Kennewell, Steve, 1949-]
Estensione 1 online resource (pages)
Disciplina 371.33/4
Accesso persona Parkinson, John, 1947-
Tanner, Howard, 1951-
ISBN 020313222X
9780203132227
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Book Cover; Title; Contents; List of tables; List of figures; Acknowledgements; Introduction; The context for ICT capability in schools: policy, research and practice; Developing ICT capability: providing opportunities and support; The role of senior management: driving the change; Co-ordinating ICT: linking policy and practice; ICT in the primary classroom: yet another subject to teach?; ICT in the secondary classroom: teaching someone else's subject?; The ICT specialist: establishing a new type of subject culture; Pupils' perspectives on ICT education: a clash of cultures?
Record Nr. NYU-006020940
[Kennewell, Steve, 1949-]  
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EPortfolios in Australian Universities / Jennifer Rowley, editor
EPortfolios in Australian Universities / Jennifer Rowley, editor
Estensione 1 online resource (218 pages)
Disciplina 371.33/4
Accesso persona Rowley, Jennifer
Genere/Forma Electronic books
ISBN 9789811017322
9811017328
981101731X
9789811017315
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Foreword: What We Learn from This Portfolio Collection; References; Preface; Contents; Chapter 1: Professional Learning Ecosystem Support for€ePortfolio Use in€Australian Higher Education: An€Historical Perspective; Introduction; International ePortfolio Professional Learning Ecosystems; ePortfolio System-Based ePortfolio Professional Learning Ecosystems; Australia-Wide ePortfolio Professional Learning Ecosystems; Cross-Organisational ePortfolio Professional Learning Ecosystems; Conclusion; References.
Chapter 2: Striving for€Sustainability: ePortfolio Pedagogy in€Australian Higher Education Introduction; Method; The QUT Student ePortfolio Program; ePortfolios in€Australian Higher Education€- A€First Look; ePortfolio Engagement at€QUT€- Issues, Barriers and€Enablers; The Future and€Sustainability; Practice Should Be€Evidence-Based; The Planned Flexibility Support Model; Measuring the€Impact on€Student Outcomes; Institutional Support and€Senior Leadership; Conclusion; References.
Chapter 3: Professional Development to€Support the€Embedding of€ePortfolios in€Higher Education Programs Introduction; Professional Development Workshop: Background; Professional Development Workshop: Introduction and€Learning Design; ePortfolio Activity Task Worksheet, Discussion, and€Authentic Examples; Evaluation: Workshop Survey Methods; Findings from€the€Workshop Surveys; Conclusion; References; Chapter 4: ePortfolios, Assessment and€Professional Skills in€the€Medical Sciences; Introduction; Methodology€- Implementing Standards-Based Criteria and€Folio Thinking.
Program-Wide Alignment of€Assessment and€ePortfolio to€Support Skills Building Conclusion; References; Chapter 5: ePortfolios and€the€Development of€Student Career Identity Within a€Community of€Practice: Academics as€Facilitators and€Guides; Introduction; Theoretical Framework; Method; Developing Self and€Career Through a€Community of€Practice; Educators and€Community of€Practice Behaviours; Conclusion; References; Chapter 6: ePortfolios in€a€Music Faculty: Student Differentiations in€Expectations, Applications and€Uses; Introduction; Methodology.
Students' Understandings of€the€Purposes of€ePortfolios in€the€2012-2013 Project Personal Uses of€ePortfolios; Technology; Problems; Differentiations Between€Music Specialisations: Comparing the€Two ePortfolio Projects; Conclusion: Implications for€ePortfolios in€the€University Study of€Music; References; Chapter 7: The Roles and€Features of€ePortfolios in€Two Australian Initial Teacher Education Degree Programs; Introduction; Methodology; Music Education Students; General Primary Education Students; Conclusion; References.
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Ubiquitous learning [electronic resource] / edited by Bill Cope & Mary Kalantzis
Ubiquitous learning [electronic resource] / edited by Bill Cope & Mary Kalantzis
Estensione 1 online resource (xii, 279 p.) : ill.
Disciplina 371.33/4
Accesso persona Cope, Bill
Kalantzis, Mary
Genere/Forma Electronic books
ISBN 9780252034961
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Introduction: The beginnings of an idea / Mary Kalantzis, Bill Cope -- Ubiquitous learning: an agenda for educational transformation / Bill Cope, Mary Kalantzis -- Meanings of "ubiquitous learning" / Nicholas C. Burbules -- Ubiquitous learning, ubiquitous computing, and lived experience / Bertram C. Bruce -- Participatory transformations / Caroline Haythornthwaite -- Ubiquitous media and the revival of participatory culture / Jack Brighton -- Notes toward a political economy of ubiquitous learning / Michael A. Peters -- From ubiquitous computing to ubiquitous learning / Michael B. Twidale -- Ubiquitous learning: educating generation I / Evangeline S. Pianfetti -- Ubiquitous learning with geospatial technologies: negotiating youth and adult roles / Lisa Bouillion Diaz -- Digital divide and higher education in sub-Saharan Africa / Fazal Rizvi -- Cyberenvironments: ubiquitous research and learning / James D. Myers, Robert E. McGrath -- Immersive environments for massive, multiperson, online learning / Alan B. Craig ... [et al.] -- Let's get serious about e-games: a design research approach toward an emerging perspective / Wenhao David Huang, Tristan E. Johnson -- Access grid technology: an exploration in educators' dialogue / Sharon Tettegah ... [et al.] -- Physical embodiment of virtual presence / Karrie G. Karahalios -- Administrative implications of ubiquitous learning for nonprofit colleges and universities / Faye L. Lesht -- History: the role of technology in the democratization of learning / Orville Vernon Burton, James Onderdonk, Simon J. Appleford -- Computer science: pen-enabled computers for the "ubiquitous teacher" / Samuel Kamin -- Biology: using a ubiquitous knowledge environment to integrate teaching, learning, and research in biology and chemistry / Eric Jakobsson -- Visual arts: technology pedagogy as cultural citizenship / Elizabeth M. Delacruz -- Writing (1): writing with video / Maria Lovett, Joseph Squier -- Writing (2): ubiquitous writing and learning: digital media as tools for reflection and research on literate activity / Gail E. Hawisher ... [et al.].
Record Nr. DUKE-006448517
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Instruction and technology : designs for everyday learning / Brad Mehlenbacher
Instruction and technology : designs for everyday learning / Brad Mehlenbacher
Creatore [Mehlenbacher, Brad]
Estensione 1 online resource (xix, 495 pages) : illustrations.
Disciplina 371.33/4
Genere/Forma Electronic resource
Electronic books
ISBN 9781282899261
1282899260
0262289636
9780262289634
9780262290111
0262290111
9780262013949
0262013940
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Cover13; -- Contents -- Preface -- Introduction -- 1 Everyday Learning -- 2 Learning Worlds -- 3 Research Conversations -- 4 Models of Instruction and Learning with Technology -- 5 Designs for Learning -- 6 A Framework for Everyday Instructional Situations -- 7 Futures for Instruction and Learning with Technology -- Appendix -- Notes -- References -- Author Index -- Subject Index.
Record Nr. NYU-003949967
[Mehlenbacher, Brad]  
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Learning together online : research on asynchronous learning networks / edited by Starr Roxanne Hiltz and Ricki Goldman
Learning together online : research on asynchronous learning networks / edited by Starr Roxanne Hiltz and Ricki Goldman
Estensione 1 online resource (xxii, 296 pages) : illustrations
Disciplina 371.33/4
Accesso persona Hiltz, Starr Roxanne
Goldman, Ricki
Genere/Forma Electronic books
ISBN 1410611485
9781410611482
Classificazione G434
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto What are asynchronous learning networks? / Starr Roxanne Hiltz and Ricki Goldman -- The online interaction learning model : an integrated theoretical framework for learning networks / Raquel Benbunan-Fich, Starr Roxanne Hiltz, and Linda Harasim -- Effectiveness for students : comparisons of "in-seat" and ALN courses / Jerry Fjermestad, Starr Roxanne Hiltz and Yi Zhang -- Improving quantitative research on ALN effectiveness / J.B. Arbaugh and Starr Roxanne Hiltz -- Qualitative and quisitive research methods for describing online learning / Ricki Goldman, Martha Crosby, Karen Swan, and Peter Shea -- Contextual factors that influence ALN effectiveness / J.B. Arbaugh and Raquel Benbunan-Fich -- The student in the online classroom / Starr Roxanne Hiltz and Peter Shea -- Faculty roles and satisfaction in asynchronous learning networks / Charles Dziuban, Peter Shea, and J.B. Arbaugh -- Technology-mediated collaborative learning : a research perspective / Maryam Alavi and Donna Dufner -- Media mixes and learning networks / Ronald E. Rice, Starr Roxanne Hiltz, and David H. Spencer -- The development of virtual learning communities / Karen Swan and Peter Shea -- Asynchronous learning networks : looking back and looking forward / Ricki Goldman and Starr Roxanne Hiltz.
Record Nr. NYU-003865224
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Using technology in the classroom / Gary G. Bitter, Jane M. Legacy
Using technology in the classroom / Gary G. Bitter, Jane M. Legacy
Creatore [Bitter, Gary G.]
Edizione [7th ed.]
Estensione xxvi, 405 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. + 1 computer optical disc (4 3/4 in.)
Disciplina 371.33/4
Accesso persona Legacy, Jane M.
ISBN 9780205508945 (pbk.)
0205508944 (pbk.)
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Record Nr. NYU-000529654
[Bitter, Gary G.]  
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Developing media literacy in cyberspace : pedagogy and critical learning for the twenty-first- century classroom / Julie D. Frechette
Developing media literacy in cyberspace : pedagogy and critical learning for the twenty-first- century classroom / Julie D. Frechette
Creatore [Frechette, Julie D., 1971-]
Estensione 1 online resource (xxi, 147 pages)
Disciplina 371.33/4
Genere/Forma Electronic books
ISBN 0313012350
9780313012358
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Reconceptualizing learning for the cyber-classroon -- The political economy of cyber-media -- Moving beyond literacy theory -- Easy solutions for complex problems: Internet restrictions and resources -- The limits and benefits of technology initiatives in Massachusetts schools -- Empowerment over censorship: using media literacy in cyberspace.
Record Nr. NYU-003170541
[Frechette, Julie D., 1971-]  
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Innovations in E-learning, instruction technology, assessment, and engineering education / edited by Magued Iskander
Innovations in E-learning, instruction technology, assessment, and engineering education / edited by Magued Iskander
Estensione 1 online resource (xvi, 471 pages)
Disciplina 371.33/4
Accesso persona Iskander, Magued
Genere/Forma Electronic books
ISBN 9781402062629
1402062621
9781402062612
1402062613
1281339164
9781281339164
Classificazione G64-39
G434
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Role of LDAP in enterprise -- Engineering modelling in transfer function form : an active learner approach -- PCML : a pedagogy-oriented content markup language -- Macromedia flash graphic design possibilities -- New approaches for Linux-based undergraduate operating system concepts laboratories -- The case for case study assignments in undergraduate operating systems courses -- Inexpensive, scalable and transparent open source classroom management for Linuxbased laboratories -- A general framework and booking system for online laboratories based on open source technologies -- Teaching mathematics and computer programming together -- Knowledge representation of DC electrical circuits analysis for E-courses : from basic concepts to long-term strategies -- Content and e-learning provision services management framework : architecture and session profile -- Sandesh : an automatic email response system -- A constructive learning framework for language tutoring -- Assessing critical thinking in STEM and beyond -- The TEUTATIES-project : tablet PC's in modern physics education -- Collaborative virtual environments for teaching physics -- Intelligent testing using fuzzy logic -- An experience providing university students with skills to work with collaborative tools -- Designing an e-learning system for language learning : a case study -- E-learning tool & remote experiment on simulation of the control systems used in electrical domain -- Design, development and implementation of a bioninformatics course sequence -- An online 3D virtual learning environment for teaching children mathematics -- The concept and strategy of ICT integration in teaching and learning process at Bina Nusantara University, Jakarta -- An authoring tool to construct adaptive assessment -- Delicious learning resources -- The effect of the CABLE approach on the levels of mental engagement of students in computer programming -- Fuzzy TOPSIS method for academic member selection in engineering faculty --Guidelines of proposal writing and project descriptions -- Science and engineering research : assessment methods -- Issues in the evaluation of a program to provide assistance to science teachers in inner-city secondary schools -- Synchronous e-learning : three perspectives -- A framework for benchmarking Arabic verb morphological tools -- A hands-on approach to capstone design and implementation -- E-learning in technology : using Project Merlot as a resource -- On the relation between semantic network and association map for the assessment of class work -- towards a methodology for ontology development -- An encyclopedia of software resources : a possible and realistic project? -- Undergraduate students assessment on materials chemistry topic using and auto-calibrated online system -- Development and evaluation of a web-based e-learning system -- Promoting engineering careers using modern sensors in high school science labs -- Our experiences in teaching of digital logic -- Integrated contact- and e-learning course in managerial psychology -- Engineers' occupational stress and stress prevention system : e-psycho-diagnostics and e-learning -- From collaborative video library to annotated learning object repository : using annotated video library in personalized e-learning -- Floe-T : tool to measure the quality in learning objects -- Computer aided architectural design training -- Learning two-dimensional physics and mathematics through their applications in robotic manipulators -- A university e-learning and service providing system : a case study -- Computer-aided building design education : simulating the design process in a project-based learning curriculum -- Towards a multi-criterion web-based tool for evaluation of an e-learning system -- Novel aspects of the use of ICT in mathematics education -- Mediation in virtual environments -- Web-based interactive virtual laboratory system for digital circuit experiment -- Effective e-learning environment personalization using web usage mining technology -- Tutor : a web-based educational platform for university studies -- The eChalk system : potential of teaching with intelligent digital chalkboards -- On remote and virtual experiments in e-learning in statistical mechanics -- Virtual room concepts for cooperative, scientific work -- Comparative study of learning achievement on the online asynchronous learning course in engineering metallurgy between individual-learning and group-learning -- An architecture for a SCORM-conformant content delivery system in an e-learning solution -- Impact of university education on software quality skill-set of HR in software outsourcing industry of Pakistan -- State model diagrams : a systems tool for teaching network technologies and network management -- Cooperative learning objects in a federated learning system -- Application of meet-distributive lattices for assessing students knowledge -- The concept of the internet textbook on theoretical mechanics -- Game playing and systems thinking -- Research on maintainability and expansibility of e-learning systems -- Research on web-based self-learning -- Design and development of an e-learning tool for children to learn how to write the Chinese words -- A study support system on a hands-on networking laboratory -- User modeling in the context of cognitive service delivery : application to learning management systems -- Management architecture for the provision of e-services in cognitive environments -- E-learning techniques in IT programs -- E-learning based distance education at Szechenyi Istvan University -- The web enhanced general physics course -- Accessibility and model-based web application development for e-learning environments -- Creation of a teaching timetable using random variables : the STB application -- E-learning and handicap : new trends for accessibility with model driven approach -- Two different approaches of modeling the teacher relocation problem in a constraint logic programming system and their comparison -- A continuous unsupervised adaptation method for speaker verification.
Record Nr. NYU-005695001
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