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SPECIAL ISSUE- International Journal of the Computer, the Internet and Management



eLearningAP 2006
Proceedings of the International Conference on eLearning for Knowledge-Based Society. August 3-4, 2006. Bangkok, Thailand.
Front Cover
i-xii
Table of Contents
xiii-xvi
Tenth Anniversary of the Distance Learning Foundation
(Keynote Address) by Khwankeo Vajarodaya
1.1-6
The New, New Internet - Ipv6: Technology's Next Big Step
(Keynote Address) by Latif Ladid
2.1-2
eLearning As A Science And Profession
(Keynote Address) by Rev. Bro. Dr. Prathip Martin Komolmas
3.1-3
To Develop Or Not To Develop New Courseware For University-Level eLearning
(Keynote Address) by Prof. Dr. Srisakdi Charmonman and Dr. Natanicha Chorpothong
4.1-5
Technogogy: Facilitating The Transformation Of Learning
(Keynote Address) by Rozhan M. Idrus, Karen McComas
5.1-9
Learning Theories And eLearning
(Keynote Address) by Rangsan Saengsook
6.1-4
Solving Ethical Issues In eLearning
(Keynote Address) by Kuldeep Nagi
7.1-6
Introducing eLearning Into Secondary Schools In Thailand
by Arthur Morse and Suwat Suktruisul
8.1-4
eCollaborative Projects For Better Learning
by Lim Kin Chew
9.1-5
VEBA: A Virtual Experience-Based Approach For Graduate Study In eLearning
by Prof. Dr. Chaiyong Brahmawong
10.1-5
Knowledge On-The-Move
by A. Noel Jones
11.1-7
Content Reusability In eLearning - ICRISAT's Experiments With LMS
by Sylvester Asil Gerard, Dixit Sreenath, Boyanapalle Diwakar, Sahu Ritesh Kumar and Venkataraman Balaji
12.1-5
Identifying And Protecting eLearning Systems From Corrupt Use And Plagiarism
by Emil Marais, David Argles and Basie von Solms
13.1-5
The Development Of eLearning Methodology Degree Programs
by Prof. Dr. Utumporn Jamornmann
14.1-2
Types Of Learning Objects
by Ion Mierlus - Mazilu
15.1-5
eLearning Pedagogical Design: Tsoi? Model
by Mun Fie TSOI, Ngoh Khang GOH and Lian Sai CHIA
16.1-4
eLearners, A Special Breed Of Learners With Implicit Learning Characteristics
by Chao boon Teo and Robert kheng leng Gay
17.1-6
The Value Of International Standardization Of Basic Computer Literacy And Online Testing
by Colin Glass and Jonathan Khongwir
18.1-5
iCamp: A Cross-Cultural Research Approach For A Cross-Cultural Learning Design
by Barbara Kieslinger and Sebastian Fiedler
19.1-5
Technological Intelligent Agents [TIA]: A Stimulus for (e)Didactics?
by Gerald Moshammer and Benjamin P. W. Ellway
20.1-8
Instructional Design For eLearning Courseware: The IT-Plus System
by Nuttaphong Kanchanachaya and Taminee Shinasharkey
21.1-6
Statistical Analysis Of eLearning Usage In An University
by Vajirasak Vanijja and Montri Supattathum
22.1-5
A Methodology To Support Six Sigma Implementation In SMES As eLearning
by Runchana Sinthavalai
23.1-6
Collaborative E-Testing Construction Using Prediction Tools To Improve Test Reliability
by Pokpong Songmuang, Maomi Ueno and Toshio Okamoto
24.1-5
MySLU : A WEB Portal Project To Promote ICT And WEB Based Collaboration In Higher Education, Philippines Experience
by Cecilia A. Mercado and Gerry Paul C. Genove
25.1-5
Synchronic Distance Learning: A Brief Review And Implications
by David Bregman, Yossi Raanan, Yael Amitai
26.1-3
eLearning And Knowledge Management, Symptoms Of A Reality
by Prasit Teekaput and Pairoj Waiwanijchakij
27.1-5
Flexible Learning: The Digital Engine Of The Knowledge Economy
by Christopher Johnson
28.1-4
A Comparison Of Group And Individualized Motivational Messages Sent By SMS And E-Mail To Improve Student Achievement
by Damith Wickramanayake and Charles Schlosser
29.1-9
One Stop Services For eLearning Program
by Prasitchai Veerayuttwilai
30.1-5
Intelligent Instructional Resource Planning System For An Enterprise eLearning Management System
by Thaveesak Ganjanasuwan and Charan Sanrach
31.1-8
Cognitive Architecture For Affective eLearning
by H. Ekanayake, D.D. Karunarathna and K.P. Hewagamage
32.1-7
Interactive Distance Learning Based On SIP
by S. Sae-Wong, T. Kamolphiwong, S. Kamolphiwong and S. Anantakunupakorn
33.1-6
An Invitation Method Enhance Internet-Based Survey Response Rates
by Poonsri Vate-U-lan
34.1-5
Mobile Devices In eLearning
by Rear Admiral Prasart Sribhadung
35.1-5
The Biggest And Best Schoolbook Of The World: The Internet; Homeschooling And Global eLearning Experiences
by Andreas Becker, Lisa Becker and Martina Heinze
36.1-5
From Blended Learning To eLearning: Experience With The MScICT Program
by Santithorn Bunchua
37.1-4
Business Game - An Illustration of Intensive Web Based eLearning support Technologies Usage
by David Bregman, Gila Keinan, Arik Korman, and Itamar Shabtai
38.1-5
Reengineering UNITAR's Courseware Development Model
by Zaid Ali Alsagoff
39.1-11
Developing An Effective And Efficient eLearning Platform Using Open Source Software
by Firouz Anaraki
40.1-4
Thai Language E-Training For The Hard Of Hearing
by Nalinrat Witsawakiti, Atiwong Suchato and Proadpran Punyabukkana
41.1-5
A Learner Oriented Ontology Of Metadata To Improve Effectiveness Of Learning Management Systems
by S.R. Heiyanthuduwage and D.D. Karunarathna
42.1-5
RELAD: A Rapid eLearning Authoring And Development Model
by Proadpran Punyabukkana, Boonchai Sowanwanichakul and Atiwong Suchato
43.1-5
eLearning Operational Risk Assessment And Management: A Case Study Of The M.Sc. In Management Program
by Sathima Patomviriyavong, Boonyarat Samphanwattanachai and Thanomsak Suwannoi
44.1-5
eLearning Courseware Development: Experiences And Lessons Learned From AU-PLUS System
by Jintavee Monsakul
45.1-7
Typo-3 Goes E/B-Learning
by Andreas Becker
46.1-5
Web 2.0 And Its Implementation To eLearning
by Ridwan Sanjaya and Rear Admiral Prasart Sribhadung
47.1-8
eLearning Value Chain And Case Studies
by Arisa Rojnuckarin
48.1-5
Mobile Education Services Based On SMS And Their Architecture Comparison
by Saranphong Pramsane and Ridwan Sanjaya
49.1-8
Appendix A. Program 50.1
Appendix B. Organizing Committee 51.1
Appendix C. Supporting Staff 52.1
Appendix D. Author Names 53.1
Appendix E. Father of Thai E-Learning 54.1
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