ERIC Number: ED537933
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2010-Mar-1
New Achievements in Technology Education and Development
Soomro, Safeeullah, Ed.
Since many decades Education Science and Technology has an achieved tremendous recognition and has been applied to variety of disciplines, mainly Curriculum development, methodology to develop e-learning systems and education management. Many efforts have been taken to improve knowledge of students, researchers, educationists in the field of computer science and engineering. Still many problems to increase their knowledge on daily basis so this book provides newly innovations and ideas in the field of computer science and engineering to face the new challenges of current and future centuries. Basically this book open platform for creative discussion for future and current technologies to adapt new challenges in education sector at different levels which are essential to understand for the students, researchers, academic personals and industry related people to enhance their capabilities to capture new ideas and provides valuable contribution to an international community. Contents include: (1) Creating an Entrepreneurship Ecosystem in Higher Education (Luisa Carvalho, Teresa Costa and Pedro Dominguinhos); (2) A Course Project: An Overview from the PBL "as-Research-Oriented" Viewpoint (Juan Carlos Soto Merino); (3) Wining Youth for Science and Technology--an Educational Challenge (Valentina M. Pomazan, Doina Mihalascu, Lucian C. Petcu and Mihai A. Girtu); (4) Use of the Internet for Enhancing Tourism and Hospitality Higher Education in Southern Africa: Implications for E-learning (Dimitri Tassiopoulos); (5) Projects as a Method of Training, Teaching and Research Education (Holzbaur); (6) A Modified Agile Methodology for an ERP Academic Project Development (Estelles, E., Pardo, J., Sanchez, F. and Falco A.); (7) Telepresence Teaching: Implementation Issues in Universities and other Institutes of Higher Learning (Nonofo Losike-Sedimo); (8) Methodology for Part Visualization Problem Solving--the Importance of the Process (E. Sierra Uria and M. Garmendia Mugika); (9) Applied Geoinformatics in Forestry and Landscape Research and Education (Vladimir Zidek and Martin Klimanek); (10) Improving Student Competencies Through Face-to-Face and Virtual Teams (Oltra M. J., Boronat M., Garcia C. and Flor M.); (11) The Implementation of Ict Integration in Malaysian Smart Schools (Wan Zah Wan Ali and Hajar Mohd Nor); (12) Final Qualifications Work Definition in the EHEA (Mercedes de la Camara Delgado, F. Javier Saenz Marcilla and Eugenio Fernandez Vicente); (13) An Empirical Study on the Effort Required in the Realization of Final Year Projects in Engineering Degrees (F. Javier Saenz Marcilla, Mercedes de la Camara Delgado and Eugenio Fernandez Vicente); (14) A Robust Intelligent Tutoring System for the Integration of People with Intellectual Disabilities into Social and Work Environments (E. Irigoyen, K. L. de Ipina, N. Garay, A. Goicoechea, A. Ezeiza, A. Conde, M. Larranaga and A. Soraluze); (15) Augmented Reality Technology for Education (Mariano Alcaniz, Manuel Contero, David C. Perez-Lopez and Mario Ortega); (16) A Case Study of The Integration of Environmental Education in the Primary School Curriculum (Sekinah Sehlola); (17) The Use of the Common Assessment Framework Tool: Empiric Study on the University of Evora (Academic Services) (T. Nogueiro and M. Saraiva); (18) Semantics-Enhanced E-learning Courses (Steffen Mencke and Reiner Dumke); (19) Educational Software as a Learning Tool for Primary School Students (Marco Vannucci and Valentina Colla); (20) Removing Barriers to Conducting Research in Ireland's Institutes of Technology (John Donovan, Anthony Betts and Stephen Jerrams); (21) Academic and Professional Development of Nursing in Spain: a Decade for Change (Mariscal Crespo M.I, Merino Navarro D, Mena Navarro F, Macia Soler L, Zabalegui Yarnoz A and Camacho Bejarano R); (22) Working in Terms of Competences: Activities Designed Using Active Methodologies (Rosario Vilaplana, Oscar Gomis and Antonio Hyder); (23) Bridging the Digital Divide and the Impact of New Media Technologies on Development in South Africa (Osunkunle, Oluyinka Oludolapo); (24) EHEA: any Obstacles to Converge? (Ruth Herrero-Martin, Jose Perez-Garcia, Juan P. Solano and Isabel M. Solano-Fernandez); (25) Connected Information: the Hyperrepresentation of Andrea Palladio's Villas (Andrea Giordano, Cosimo Monteleone and Isabella Friso); (26) Swap-Sivi, a Technological Research Project Applied to Art Teaching and Create Digital Contents (Ignacio Oliva, Juan Vicente Llorens and Miguel Angel Roque); and (27) A Framework to Generate 3D Learning Experience (Ugo Barchetti, Alberto Bucciero, Stefano Santo Sabato and Luca Mainetti).
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Distance Education, Instructional Design, Higher Education, Educational Technology, Environmental Education, Forestry, Curriculum Development, Barriers, Educational Research, Nursing Education, Disadvantaged, Access to Computers, Art Education, Research Projects, Computer Science Education, Entrepreneurship, Problem Based Learning, Youth, Technology Education, Tourism, Program Development, Horticulture, Teaching Methods, Information Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Competence, Qualifications, Intelligent Tutoring Systems, Mental Retardation, Special Education, Elementary School Curriculum, Educational Assessment, Electronic Learning, Technology Integration, Internet, Computer Simulation, International Education, Instructional Development, Engineering Education, Hospitality Occupations
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Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General
Education Level: Elementary Education; Elementary Secondary Education; Higher Education; Postsecondary Education
Audience: Students; Researchers
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Identifiers - Location: Africa; Ireland; Malaysia; Portugal; South Africa; Spain