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ERIC Number: ED538430
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2009-Oct-1
Pages: 474
Abstractor: ERIC
Reference Count: N/A
ISBN: ISBN-978-9-5330-7011-7
ISSN: N/A
Advances in Technology, Education and Development
Kouwenhoven, Wim, Ed.
InTech
From 3rd to 5th March 2008 the International Association of Technology, Education and Development organised its International Technology, Education and Development Conference in Valencia, Spain. Over a hundred papers were presented by participants from a great variety of countries. Summarising, this book provides a kaleidoscopic view of work that is done, all over the world in (higher) education, characterised by the key words "Education" and "Development." The editor wishes the reader an enlightening experience. This book contains the following chapters: (1) Professional Prerequisites for Japanese Sea Officers--Professional Training School Requirements (Olivia C. Ogawa); (2) Improving General Cross-Curricular Skills in Attendance and Virtual Environments (Guadalupe Ortiz); (3) Smart Classroom Technology (Ciaran O'Driscoll); (4) Adaptive M-Learning (Ivan Carlos Alcantara de Oliveira and Jose Roberto de A. Amazonas); (5) Dynamic Mathematical Learning Tools: Does It Work For Malaysian Classroom Learners? (Rohani Ahmad Tarmizi, Ahmad Fauzi Mohd Ayub and Kamariah Abu Bakar); (6) On the Return to Geometry in Lecturing Technology (Francisco Mesa, Luis M. Marin and Antonio Gamez); (7) Delivering Synchronous and Asynchronous Educational Material in Conservation Science Using Various Communication Channels (Ioannis A. Kozaris and Evangelia A. Varella); (8) Impact of the New Economy on Business Informatics Education (Pere Tumbas, Otilija Sedlak and Predrag Matkovic); (9) Applying New Educational Methodologies in Overcrowded Groups: Experiences in Basic Mechanics (Marta C. Mora-Aguilar, J. L. Sancho-Bru and J.L. Iserte-Vilar); (10) The Use of SCORM in a Community Based Learning Management System (Luigi Colazzo, Andrea Molinari and Nicola Villa); (11) Product Design Teaching Processes Worldwide Analysis and Comparison for a Future On-line Design Studio (Serena Selva); (12) Longitudinal Analysis of Students' Readiness for b-Learning Courses: Implications for the European Higher Education Area (Jose Manuel Ortega Egea, Maria Victoria Roman Gonzalez, Pedro Eugenio and Gracia Vitoria); (13) Learning and Teaching Strategic Management: a Continuous Improvement (Cesar Camison-Zornoza, Montserrat Boronat-Navarro and Ana Villar-Lopez); (14) A Multidisciplinary Experience in the European Context (Maria Amalia Trillo Holgado, Roberto Espejo Mohedano and Cristina Maria Gamez-Fernandez); (15) ECTS: Teaching Innovation Experience in Business Administration at the Escuela Superior de Ingenieria (College of Engineering) in Cadiz (Angel Cervera Paz, Victor Perez Fernandez and Francisco Rubio Cuenca); (16) Adapting to the EHEA: a Case Study (Miguel Arevalillo-Herraez, Jose Manuel Claver and Alfredo Rosado-Munoz); (17) The Importance of Cooperative Work in the Faculty and in the Classroom (M. G. Montoya, R. Herrada, C. Gil, F. G. Montoya and A. Alias); (18) The Evaluation Carrousel: an Assessment Tool for Interdisciplinary Science Innovation Education (Adri Proveniers and Jan Westra); (19) Common Mistakes in the Application of Continuous Evaluation Methodologies in Spanish Universities (Juan M. Sanchez and Enriqueta Antico); (20) Verbal and Pictorial Stimulus of Package Design in Right-to-Left Languages According to Brain Laterality (Kambiz Heidarzadeh Hanzaee); (21) Research, Development and Technology Transfer (R & D & TT) in the Field of Engineering Materials and Related Technologies (Jaroslav Jerz); (22) How to Develop a University Educational Guide? Some Suggestions for its Graphic Design (Begona Jorda-Albinana, Olga Ampuero-Canellas, Jimena Gonzalez-del-Rio and Jose Armijo); (23) Providing Quality Research Supervision in Contemporary Graduate Schools: Empowering Research Graduates to Perform in the Knowledge Economy (Janet Carton, Steve Jerrams and Anthony Betts); (24) Knowledge in Technology Networks: A Case Study Based Institutional Approach (Michael Steiner, Christian Hartmann and Michael Ploder); (25) Higher Education Systems: Postsecondary Vocational & Technical Education Developments in Comparison (Peter A.J. Englert and Wolf Dieter Grossmann); (26) The Role of Diaspora Entrepreneur in the Advancement of Science and Technology: Knowledge Economy Perspective (Mervat Hatem Sharabati-Shahin); (27) Exploratory Investigation into Preservice Teachers' Career-Goal Contents and Their Relationships with Class Participation Motivation in Higher Education in South Africa (Byron Brown and Ntonghanwah Forcheh); (28) Automatic Classification of Language Learner Sentences into Native-like or Non-Native-like Based on Word Alignment Distribution (Katsunori Kotani, Takehiko Yoshimi, Takeshi Kutsumi and Ichiko Sata); and (29) Analysis of the Students' Socio-Demographic Profile (Oto Tezak).
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Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General
Education Level: Adult Education; Higher Education; Postsecondary Education
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: N/A
Identifiers - Location: Japan; Malaysia; South Africa; Spain