Computers and Education: Towards a Lifelong Learning Society

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M. Llamas-Nistal, Manuel J. Fernández-Iglesias, L.E. Anido-Rifon
Springer Science & Business Media, Nov 30, 2003 - Education - 287 pages
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This post-conference volume contains a selection of the best papers presented at IE 2002, which took place in Vigo, Spain in November, 2002. IE 2002 was a joint conference on Computers & Education for the Spanish speaking community: the RIBIE Latin-American Congress on Informatics & Education (6th edition), the International Symposium on Computers & Education (4th edition), and the International Workshop on Educational Software (7th edition). These events have become a reference for Latin- American research and development groups, institutions and final users. Additionally, this conference hosted the 1st Galecia Workshop, organized by the Group for Advanced Learning Environments using Communication and Information Aids, a European Union MINERVA/SOCRATES thematic network on Computers & Education. This joint conference brought together international groups of researchers and practitioners to share experiences, making it possible to establish international relations to enable future collaborations in future initiatives at all levels. 130 papers were accepted for presentation from more than 300 submitted. Computers and Education. Towards a Lifelong Learning Society includes 23 re-revised papers selected among the presented papers. The selection was made according to the initial ranking provided by the reviewers, and an additional on-conference ranking process provided by session chairs. Invited authors were requested to revise their accepted contributions to IE2002 to include on-conference and post-conference reviewers/session chairs remarks, and to provide an English version of their papers.
 

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Contents

TOOLS FOR CREATION AND MANAGEMENT OF DIDACTIC RESOURCES IN EIE
1
TESTING AND EVALUATION OF AN ONLINE COLLABORATIVE ENVIRONMENT TO SUPPORT THE REHABILITATION OF CHILDREN ...
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A STUDY OF INTERFACE FOR ROODA ENVIRONMENT Cooperative Learning Web
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ORGANIZING ACTIVITIES OF PROBLEM BASED COLLABORATIVE LEARNING WITH THE DOMOSIMTPC SYSTEM
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VIRTUAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS THE CHALLENGE OF NEW OUTLINES IN THE CREATIVE PRODUCTION OF KNOWLEDGE
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USING EMAIL AND WEB PAGES TO DEVELOP WRITING SKILLS OF ELEMENTARY STUDENTS AN EXPERENCE WITH FIFTH GRADERS
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DIDACTIC ERGONOMY FOR THE INTERFACE OF INTELLIGENT TUTORING SYSTEMS
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TER PORTAL A Web Tool to Support Collaboration
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MOCHO A Web Portal on Science and Scientific Culture
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EXPERIMENTAL FINDINGS WITH COLLABORATIVE WRITING WITHIN A PROJECTBASED SCENARIO
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VIRTUAL OBJECTS AN APPROACH TO BUILDING LEARNING OBJECTS IN ARCHAEOLOGY
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A TECHNOLOGY FOR BUILDING WEBBASED LABORATORIES FOR TEACHING ELECTRONICS
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A TOOL FOR THE CREATION OF WEBSITES BY CHILDREN BASED ON EDUCATION THROUGH PROJECTS
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INTERACTION ANALYSIS FOR FORMATIVE EVALUATION IN CSCL
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THE USE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES BY PORTUGUESE TEACHERS The ICT
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INTERACTIVE ENVIRONMENT FOR TEACHING DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY
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THE PROVIR SYSTEM Adaptation of a distance learning system for a course with high practical load
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SHARING LIVE EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES IN UNIVERSAL WITH ISABEL
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ACCESSIBILITY DISCUSSING HUMANCOMPUTER INTERACTION ON THE WEB
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THE CONSTRUCTION OF BLIND CHILDRENS COGNITION BY INTERACTING WITH SOUND
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COGNITIVE FLEXIBILITY HYPERTEXTS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF DIDACTIC MATERIALS Reflexions Within The Context Of An Ongoin...
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ECLUB A UBIQUITOUS EDUCATION MODEL
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QUESTION GENERATOR SOFTWARE AGENTS VERSUS SHELLS FOR BUILDING HYPERTEXT Effects on conceptual structure comprehension
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Index
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