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5th International Conference on E Learning (ICEL - 2010) Programme

  1. 1. 5th International Conference on e-Learning ICEL 2010 http://academic-conferences.org/icel/icel2010/icel10-timetable.htm ICEL 2010 12-13 July, Penang, Malaysia Home >> ICEL >> ICEL 2010 >> Programme WWW ICEL 2011 Home At a glance Calendar RSS Feed Contact us Conference Programme ICEL 2010 Home Biographies Committee Photo Gallery Proceedings 2010 Programme Practical Information ACI The programme for the conference is given below. ICEL Future ICEL Past About ACI A .pdf version of this timetable can be found on the At a Glance page. Section 1 Monday 12 July Streams A-D Section 2 Tuesday 13 July Streams A-D Posters Sunday 11 July 2010 18:30 Pre-conference registration and welcome drink (Until 1930) in the Bar at the Equatorial Hotel Monday 12 July 2010 9:00 Registration and coffee 9:15 Room: Opening Meeting: Welcome from the Conference Chair 9:25 Welcome from the VC 9:35 Launching of Mobile Learning 9:45 Room: Auditorium Keynote address: David M. Kennedy, Lingnan University, Hong Kong, China Using mobile devices to contextualize, personalize and promote student-centred learning 10:30 Conference splits into streams Room: A Stream A - Strategies and Drivers Chair: Kalsom Salleh Room: B Stream B - Blended Learning Chair: Manuel Pocivavnik Room: C Stream C - Perceptions Chair: Marlena Kruger Room: D Stream D - Mini track on e-Learning and Outcomes Chair: Noeline Wright 10:45 eLearning Strategy for Iraqi Higher EducaƟon Sector Elameer Amer Saleem and M. Idrus Rozhan, USM-School of Distance EducaƟon, Penang, Malaysia Blending eLearning with TradiƟonal Teaching for Increasing Student’s Performance in The InternaƟonal University of Chabahar (IUC): Lessons Learnt, From Thoughts To AcƟon Yavar Bijan, Maryam Rahmani and Maisam Mirtaheri, InternaƟonal University of Chabahar (IUC), Iran PaƩern of ParƟcipaƟon and a ComparaƟve Analysis of Thai and Malaysian Students’ PercepƟon Towards the Learning Plaƞorm and Environment of EU-SUPPORT Social Network Syed Idros Sharifah Norhaidah, Norizan Esa, Mohd Ali Samsudin, Abdul Rashid and Mohamad Salubsri Charoenwet, UniversiƟ Sains Malaysia, Malaysia A QuanƟtaƟve Comparison of Change Over 12 months in Trainee Music and PE Teachers Experiences and PercepƟons of eLearning and a QualitaƟve Analysis of Perceived Benefits and Enjoyment O'Dea Jennifer Anne, University of Sydney and Jennifer Rowley, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Australia 11:15 Behavioral Aspects of Adult Students in Digital Learning Hashim Rugayah, Hashim Ahmad and Che Zainab Abdullah, UniversiƟ Teknologi MARA, Perak, Malaysia SaƟsfacƟon in a Blended Learning Program: Results of an Experiment in the Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery in Iran Zolfaghari Mitra, Reza Negarandeh, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Fazlollah Ahmadi and S Eybpoosh, Tarbiat Modares University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran Factors AffecƟng AdopƟon of eLearning Paradigm: PercepƟons of Higher EducaƟon Instructors in PalesƟne Shraim Khitam, Birzeit University, PalesƟne Microblogging for ReflecƟon: Developing Teaching Knowledge Through TwiƩer Wright Noeline, The University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand 11:45 The Long Walk to Success: Drivers of Student Performance in a Postgraduate ODL Business Course Davis Annemarie and Peet Venter, University of South Africa, Pretoria, South Africa ePorƞolio use in two InsƟtutes of Higher EducaƟon: A ComparaƟve Case Study Deneen Christopher and Ronnie Shroff, Hong Kong InsƟtute of EducaƟon, Hong Kong Factors AffecƟng the Usage of WBLE (Web-Based Learning Environment): A Malaysian Private University Experience Chong Chee Keong, Chee-Heong Lee, You-How Go and Chee-Hoong Lam, UniversiƟ Tunku Abdul Rahman, Malaysia Achieving TransacƟonal ComputerMediated Conferencing or: How to Produce a Highly InteracƟve Online Discussion Knutzen Brant and David Kennedy, Lingnan University, Hong Kong 12:15 Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch Room: A Room: C Room: D Stream A – Applications Stream B - Blended Learning Stream C - Mobile Learning Stream D - Mini track on e-Learning and Outcomes Chair: Soh Or Kan Chair: Manuel Pocivavnik Chair: Brant Knutzen 13:30 eLearning Knowledge Mangement and Learning OrganisaƟon: An Integerated PerspecƟve Salleh Kalsom, UniversiƟ Teknologi MARA, Malaysia Blended Learning at the Australian Industry Trade College (Gold Coast) Komadina Olivija and Mark Hands, Australian Industry Trade College, Australia Using the Learners’ Mobile Phones to Enrich Exchanges in a French Language Course Gabarre Serge and Cécile Gabarre, University Putra Malaysia, Serdang, Malaysia 14:00 1 of 3 Room: B A Survey of Applying User Profiles in AdapƟve InstrucƟonal Systems Le Duc-Long and Van-Hao Tran, University of Pedagogy, An-Te Nguyen, Dinh-Thuc Nguyen, University of Science, Ho-Chi Minh City, Vietnam and Axel Hunger, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany Using Podcasts to Support Students in a Land Law Class Lower Michael, Keith Thomas and Annisa Ho, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Pushing Content to Mobile Phones: What do Students Want? Lynch Kathy, Richard White, University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia and Zach Johnson, Blackboard, Australia Chair: Noeline Wright Readiness-Based IntervenƟon Strategies for an eLearning Environment of the Saint Louis University Graduate Program Mercado Cecilia, Saint Louis University and John Anthony Domantay, Saint Louis University, Phillipines IntegraƟng eLearning in the Knowledge Society Tanasescu Dorina, Ion Stegaroiu and Gabriela Paunescu, Valahia University, Targoviste, Romania 12/1/2013 4:43 PM
  2. 2. 5th International Conference on e-Learning ICEL 2010 2 of 3 14:30 http://academic-conferences.org/icel/icel2010/icel10-timetable.htm Teacher's Tools and Strategies for Online Courses in Ensenada Campus of the Universidad Autonóma de Baja California, México McAnally-Salas Lewis, Erika Espinosa Gomaz and Guilles Lavigne, University of Autonoma De Baja, California, México Developing a Blended Course: DifficulƟes Faced by Adult Learners in Reading Hypertexts Mohamad MaslawaƟ, Supyan Hussin and Zaini Amir, University Kebangsaan Malaysia, Selangor, Malaysia (PhD_research) Using Mobile Device for Learning: Students’ PerspecƟve Mohd Suki Norbayah, Ahmad Rafi Mohd Eshaq, Koo Ah Choo, Mulitmedia University Malaysia and Norazah Mohd Suki, University Malaysia Sabah Round up of the mini track looking at eLearning and outcomes Refreshments Poster Contributors will stand by their posters 15:00 Room: A Stream A - Information Technology Chair: Ibrahim Jaafar Room: B Stream B - Assessment Chair: Shraim Khitam Room: C Stream C - Mobile Learning Chair: Kathy Lynch Room: D Stream D - Perceptions Chair: Cecilia Mercado 15:30 InformaƟon and CommunicaƟon Technology IntegraƟon among Jordanian English Language Teachers Abu Samak Zeinab, Hashemite University, Jordan MulƟpurpose Community CompuƟng Centres – a Utopia or Mirage for InformaƟon Users Lubbe Sam, UNISA, Dan Setsetse and David Sebolai, North West University Graduate School, Mafeking, South Africa Reaching the Unreached: A Study on Mobile Learning in India Sampangi Raghav, Vighnesh Viswanath and Ashish Ray, University of Mysore, India Staff Who Say No to Technology Enhanced Learning Greener Susan, University of Brighton Business School, UK 16:00 Enhancing the Online Scholarly Research Environment: EvaluaƟng the Tools Arthur Peter, University of BriƟsh Columbia Okanagan, Kelowna, Canada Virtual CommuniƟes of Knowledge: Assessing Peer Online Moderators’ ContribuƟons Gabarre Cécile and Serge Gabarre, University Putra Malaysia, Malaysia AdapƟve mLearning System Using MulƟ-Agent Technology Hammami Saleh, Manar Al-Shehri and Hassan Mathkour, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia Learning With Technology: What do Students Want? Gorra Andrea, Janet Finlay, Jakki Sheridan-Ross, Leeds Metropolitan University, Royce Neagle, Roger Boyle, University of Leeds, Marie Devlin, Terry Charlton, University of Newcastle and Janet Lavery, University of Durham, UK 16:30 Assessing Online Textual Feedback to Support Student Intrinsic MoƟvaƟon Using a CollaboraƟve Text-based Dialogue System: A QualiƟtaƟve Study Shroff Ronnie and Christopher Deneen, The Hong Kong InsƟtute of EducaƟon Centre for Learning, Hong Kong CriƟque of a Language Learning Website Or Kan Soh, University Tunku Abdul Rahman, Malaysia Future Focus Mobile Learning Case studies in language class Hagiwara Noburo, Kolbe Catholic College, Rockingham, Australia (PresentaƟon only) Students’ Changing PercepƟons on the Impact of the Online Learning Environment: What About Good Teaching PracƟce? Kruger Marlena, University of Johannesburg, South Africa 17:00 Close of conference day 19:00 Close of conference day Close of conference day Conference Dinner at Restaruant Penmutiara Close of conference day Tuesday 13 July 2010 9:30 Opening Remarks 9:45 Room: Auditorium Keynote address: Laura Czerniewicz, Centre for Educational Technology (CET) University of Cape Town, South Africa The Digital Native in a New Era: Apartheid or Democracy? 10:30 Refreshments Room: A Stream A - Case Studies Chair: Sa’ari Ahmad Refreshments Room: B Stream B - Collaborative Learning Chair: Michael Lower 11:00 Online Support for a Chemistry Course: The Opinion of University Freshmen Armijo de Vega Carolina and Lewis McAnally, Universidad Authonoma de Baja, México InvesƟgaƟng the Roles of Students in the Development of a CollaboraƟve Learning Community Through Networked Learning: A Malaysian PerspecƟve Abdullah Amelia and Abdul Rashid Mohamed, UniversiƟ Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia 11:30 EvaluaƟng the EffecƟveness of eLearning: A Case Study of two Companies in Tunisia LouaƟ Hanene, Sami Boudabbous and Karina Bouzguenda, University of Economic Sciences and Management of Sfax, Tunisia Advancing CollaboraƟve Learning Pedagogy with Team Learning Systems Darmawan I GusƟ Ngurah and Linda Westphalen, The University of Adelaide, Australia Aƫtudes Towards eLearning using Moodle: A QualitaƟve Approach Kamarulzaman Yusniza, Azian Medun and Farinda Abdul Ghani, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia InformaƟon Security in eLearning: A Discussion of Empirical Data on InformaƟon Security and eLearning Mohd Alwi Najwa HayaaƟ and Ip-Shing Fan, Cranfield University, UK 12:00 On-Line Learning as Part of Technology-Based Learning and its Benefits for OrganizaƟons - Case Study Popa Gabriela, Ion Stegaroiu, Anca Georgescu and Nicoleta Popescu, Valahia University, Targoviste, Romania CollaboraƟve Learning from Customer's Experiences and Leadership Semmelrock-Picej Maria Theresia, Klagenfurt University - Biztec, Austria Round up of mini track looking at the use of social soŌware for teaching and learning Moving Towards BeƩer Electronic DocumentaƟon for AircraŌ Maintenance Manual Mohd Ali Mohammad Iqmal, UniversiƟ Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Malaysia, Patrice Terrier, Université de Toulouse II - Le Mirail, France and Myra Aidrin Mohd Ali, Islamic Science University of Malaysia, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia 12:30 Lunch Room: A Stream A - Case Studies and Surveys Chair: Bijan Yavar Lunch Room: B Stream B - Learning Objects Chair: Alwyn Lau Lunch Room: C Stream C - PhD Research Chair: K. Ramanathan 13:30 Rising Rate of Private UniversiƟes in Ghana: the Case for Public and Private Support Appiah Elizabeth and Eva Esther Ebenezer, Pentecost University College, Accra, Ghana The Pedagogy of CriƟcal Thinking: Object Design ImplicaƟons for Improving Students' thoughƞul Engagement Within eLearning Environments Balcaen Philip, University of BriƟsh Columbia, Okanagan, Kelowna, Canada IntegraƟng Media Psychology Within a TheoreƟcal Framework of InstrucƟonal Design for Web-Based Learning Environments (WBLEs) Riaz Sadia, Dayang Rohaya Awang Rambli, Rohani Salleh and Arif Mushtaq, UniversiƟ Teknologi PETRONAS, Tronoh Perak, Malaysia Refreshments Room: C Stream C - Mini track on Using social software for teaching and learning Chair: Andrea Gorra Web 2.0 as a Catalyst for Rethinking Teaching & Learning in TerƟary EducaƟon: A Case Study of KDU College (Malaysia) Lau Alwyn, KDU College, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Refreshments Room: D Stream D - Managing information Chair: Umar Marthy Leveraging Diffusion in eLearning: OrganizaƟonal Learning AƩributes Thomas Keith and Annisa Ho, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Lunch 12/1/2013 4:43 PM
  3. 3. 5th International Conference on e-Learning ICEL 2010 3 of 3 http://academic-conferences.org/icel/icel2010/icel10-timetable.htm (PhD_research) 14:00 Design and Development of SystemaƟc InteracƟve MulƟmedia InstrucƟon on Safety Topics for Flight AƩendants Salameh Zakariya, Muhammad Kabilan, Merza Abbas, University of Science of Malaysia and Lina Bani-Salameh, Yarmouk Univesity, Jordan Future of Learning Objects in eLearning 3.0 Narasimhamurthy Uma and Kholoud M. Al-Shawkani, King Khalid University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia The Development of IMLO for Dyslexic Children Abdul Rahman FadilahwaƟ, InternaƟonal Islamic University Malaysia, FaƩawi Mokhtar and Ronaldi Saleh Umar, UniversiƟ Teknologi Mara UITM, Malaysia (PhD_research) 14:30 Reviewing Peer Reviews – A Rule Based Approach Wessa Patrick, Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium and Antoon De Rycker, University of Malayia, Malaysia eLearning Governance: Towards an Applicable Framework to Make eLearning Decisions Based on COBIT and ISO/IEC 38500 Alaeddini Morteza, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran IntroducƟon to eLearning Infrastructure Noori Hoshyar Azadeh and Riza Sulaiman, University Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi, Malaysia (PhD Research) 15:00 Summary of issues raised during the conference Led by the Programme Chair 15:30 Close of Conference Close of Conference Close of Conference Close of Conference Posters The Role of Science Teachers in the age of Technological InnovaƟons Al-Amodi Halah Saeed and Huda Mohammad Babtaen, University Of Umm AL-Qura, Makah, Saudi Arabia Reusability in eLearning Sadeck Osman, Western Cape EducaƟon Department and Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa Are Malaysian Nurses Ready for eLearning? Chong Mei Chan, Monash University, Seri Kembangan, Malaysia, Kenneth Sellick, Karen Francis, Monash University, Australia and KhaƟjah Lim, University of Malaya, Malaysia Last updated 9 July 2010 Academic Conferences Limited - Curtis Farm, Kidmore End, Nr Reading, RG4 9AY, England - Tel: +44 (0)1189 724148 - Fax: +44 (0)1189 724691 eMail: info@academic-conferences.org- Copyright 2010 Academic Conferences Limited - registered in England - No: 4719488 - VAT No: 812 5366 38 12/1/2013 4:43 PM