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Choi, Ping Man Samuel; Lam, Sze Sing – Interactive Technology and Smart Education, 2018
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to outline a hierarchical model for developing essential e-textbook functionality and to offer important insight for e-textbook designers. Design/methodology/approach: Guided by the SAMR model, five hierarchical functional layers are proposed in the development process for e-textbook to enable more effective…
Descriptors: Textbooks, Electronic Publishing, Design, Educational Technology
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Ollermann, Frank; Rolf, Rüdiger; Greweling, Christian; Klaßen, André – Interactive Technology and Smart Education, 2017
Purpose: This paper aims to describe the principles underlying the successful implementation of a lecture recording service in higher education. Design/methodology/approach: The paper qualitatively reviews the practices and experiences of several years of automated lecture recording at a medium-sized university in Germany. Findings: The paper…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Lecture Method, Video Technology, Automation
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Ketterl, Markus; Mertens, Robert; Wiesen, Christoph; Vornberger, Oliver – Interactive Technology and Smart Education, 2011
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to present a user interface for web lectures for engaging with other users while working with video based learning content. The application allows its users to ask questions about the content and to get answers from those users that currently online are more familiar with it. The filtering is based on the…
Descriptors: Interaction, Lecture Method, Computer Interfaces, Computer System Design
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Waitelonis, Jorg; Ludwig, Nadine; Knuth, Magnus; Sack, Harald – Interactive Technology and Smart Education, 2011
Purpose: Linking Open Data (LOD) provides a vast amount of well structured semantic information, but many inconsistencies may occur, especially if the data are generated with the help of automated methods. Data cleansing approaches enable detection of inconsistencies and overhauling of affected data sets, but they are difficult to apply…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Computer Interfaces, Heuristics, Evaluation Criteria
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Pohl, Alexander; Gehlen-Baum, Vera; Bry, Francois – Interactive Technology and Smart Education, 2011
Purpose: This paper seeks to report on the conception of a novel digital backchannel, Backstage, dedicated to large classes, aiming at empowering not only the audience but also the speaker, at promoting the awareness of both audience and speaker, and at promoting an active participation of students in the lecture. In learning settings with a large…
Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Computer Mediated Communication, Student Participation, Audiences
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Millan, Nandy; Bromage, Adrian – Interactive Technology and Smart Education, 2011
Purpose: The paper comprises an extended discussion of the possibilities that Web 2.0 applications offer to doctoral researchers, and where such applications fit in the early twenty-first century in the research environment. It explores the main issues associated with their use by doctoral researchers, and how these factors have influenced the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Internet, Electronic Publishing, Social Networks
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Chen, Jun; Wang, Zu-Yuan; Wu, Yuren – Interactive Technology and Smart Education, 2009
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to introduce some new functions achieved in a web-based multimedia courseware, which is developed by Flash software and used by part-time graduate students. Design/methodology/approach: The courseware uses Adobe Flash CS3 as its development software, which supports Actionscript language, FMS and FLV technology…
Descriptors: Graduate Students, Foreign Countries, Electronic Learning, Educational Technology