Proceedings
The Fourth International Conference on eLearning
for Knowledge-Based Society
(eLearningAP 2007)

Bangkok, Thailand. 18 - 19 November 2007

 
     
 
     
Message from the Prime Minister
Message from the Deputy Prime Minister
Message from the Minister of Information and Communication Technology
Message from the Permanent Secretary of ICT
Message from the Chairman of the Organizing Committee
Message from the IMPACT Exhibition and Convention Center
Message from the Gold Sponsor, DataOne Asia Co., Ltd.
Message from the Silver Sponsor, Software Industry Promotion Agency (SIPA)
Message from the Silver Sponsor, NOK Precision Component (Thailand) Ltd.
Foreword
Table of Contents
Keynote Address by the Minister of Information and Communication Technology
By Khunying Dhipawadee Meksawan
1.1-6
Free Culture and the Developing World: Driving Technology Adoption
By Jimmy Wales, Founder of Wikipedia
2.1-3
Twelfth Anniversary of the Distance Learning Foundation:Free and Open Low-Cost Distance Education via Satellite and Internet,Wang Klaikangwon Model By Khwankeo Vajarodaya 3.1-5
Major ICT Leadership from HM the King of Thailand
By Prof. Dr. Srisakdi Charmonman, President of the Computer Association of Thailand under the Royal Patronage of HM the King
4.1-10
Capacity Building for Sustainable eLearning Development By Dr. I Doherty and Pauline Cooper 5.1-6
An Academic Learning Portal: Implementation and Usage By David Bregman, Itamar Shabtai, Israel Dac, Gila Keinan, Arik Korman 6.1-6
SCITplus: The LCMS Developed at the College of Internet Distance Education of Assumption University By Prof. Dr. Srisakdi Charmonman, Mr. Firouz Anaraki and Dr. Santithorn Bunchua 7.1-9
Learning Management Systems in Higher Education: A Review from Faculty Perspective
By Jintavee Monsakul, Ed.D.
8.1-7
Digital Content Framework By Lim Kin Chew 9.1-8
Web 2.0: Impact on Online Users
By Mr. Abhijit Chavan
10.1-7
A Blended Learning Model for Graduate Business Education By Brian Davis 11.1-5
Assessment of mLearning A Case Study: Assumption University of Thailand
By Firouz Anaraki
12.1-6
An Approach to RLO Design for Data Structures and Algorithms Courses Using Topic Maps
By Kattiya Tawsopar and Dr.Kittima Mekhabunchakij
13.1-6
Providing Interactive Environment in eLearning Using Virtual Classroom
By Rosita Herawati and Daniel Adinugroho
14.1-4
Addressing Large Student Groups via Blended Learning Approach – Lessons Learnt and Experiences from Sri Lanka By K.S. Lasith Gunawardena and K.P. Hewagamage 15.1-7
eLearning For Higher Studies Of India
By Dr. Shobana Nelasco, Mr. A. Nilasco Arputharaj and Er. G Alwinson Paul
16.1-7
Design of an Intelligent Tutoring System that Comprises Individual Learning and Collaborative Problem-Solving Modules
By Chitaya Tuaksubun and Surasak Mungsing
17.1-5
Using eLearning for Pedagogical Innovation
By Javier Bilbao, Eugenio Bravo, Concepción Varela, Olatz García, Miguel Rodríguez, Purificación González, Verónica Valdenebro and Ma Emiliana Uranga
18.1-5
Gap between Theory and Practice: Human Factors in Designing and Developing Effective eLearning Materials for a Structured Syllabus
By Thushani A. Weerasinghe, K. M. G. B. Nishakumari and K. P. Hewagamage
19.1-6
Increase eLearning Effectiveness with Mobile Technology: A Case of Assumption University, Thailand By Rear Admiral Prasart Sribhadung 20.1-6
Readiness of eLearning Connectivity in Thailand
By Poonsri Vate-U-Lan, Ed.D.
21.1-7
Advantages and Disadvantages of eLearning Management System By Malaya Kumar Nayak and Poonphon Suesaowaluk 22.1-7
eLearning for MSME in Central Java Indonesia
By Rustina Untari
23.1-4
Distance Examination using Ajax to Reduce Web Server Load and Student’s Data Transfer
By Ridwan Sanjaya and Prof. Dr. Chaiyong Brahmawong
24.1-6
Learning Programming Languages Using Visualizations By Ion Mierlus–Mazilu 25.1-7
Using Digital Comics To Enhance eLearning On Anti-Corruption Education
By Vincent Didiek Wiet Aryanto
26.1-4
Of Collaborative Learning Team: Cooperation Leader Identification by Using Information Theory By Punnarumol Temdee 27.6
Learning Object Mediation System based on an Ontology Model By S. Niwattanakul, Ph. Martin, M. Eboueya1 and K. Khaimook 28.6
Designing For Engaging: Hybrid Learning Model
By Mun Fie TSOI
29.4
The Learners’ Effectiveness and Satisfaction toward Online eLearning Contents: A Comparison between a Computer Lab and a Lecture-Based Class at Mahasarakham University (MSU)
By Chatchai Rakthin and Suporn Limaree
30.5
Drop Out Prevention using eLearning and HomeschoolingNo One Left Behind – Education for All – Well educated people without schools
By Andreas Becker
31.7
VIDEOS, BLOGS AND PODCASTS: Leverage Instruments of Teaching and Learning Assets
By Ma. Victoria G. Pineda
32.5
Hypernarratives In Class: A Fusion of Creativity, Imagination and Technology
By Ma. Victoria G. Pineda
33.5
Design Consideration and Implementation Issues While Developing SCORM Compatible Contents
By Ehsan Nabovati , Nasser Modiri
34.5
Preservice Teachers’ Perceptions of Their Computer Self-Efficacy
By Assist. Prof. Dr. Suleyman Sadi Seferoglu
35.4
Does Communicating Online With Other English Speakers Hinder Or Improve Learners' Speaking Skills? By Gölge Seferoglu 36.6
Mobile eLearning System Employing a Jini-Agent By Sang Tae Kim, Asif Iqbal, Byoung-Ju Yun, Jonghun Baek,and Hyun Deok Kim 37.5
Appendix A. Editorial Board 38.1
Appendix B. Organizing Committee 39.1
Appendix C. Supporting Staff 40.1
Appendix D. Author Names 41.1
Appendix E. About the Editor-in-Chief 42.1
 
     
 
     

 

   
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