Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
1: Automatic Digital Content Generation System for Real–Time Distance Lectures.
2: E–World: A Platform for the Management of Adaptive E–Learning Processes.
3: An Efficient and Effective Approach to Developing Engineering E–Training Courses.
4: A SCORM Compliant Courseware Authoring Tool for Supporting Pervasive Learning.
5: An Ontology–Based e–Learning Scenario.
6: Adaptive Synchronization of Semantically Compressed Instructional Videos for Collaborative Distance Learning.
7: Refining the Results of Automatic e–Textbook Construction by Clustering.
8: Chinese Brush Calligraphy Character Retrieval and Learning.
9: Grounding Collaborative Learning in Semantics–Based Critiquing.
10: Improving the Usefulness of Learning Objects by Means of Pedagogy–Oriented Design.
11: Adaptive Animation of Human Motion for E–Learning Applications.
12: eWorkbook: An On–Line Testing System with Test Visualization Functionalities.
13: Choosing MOODLE: An Evaluation of Learning Management Systems at Athabasca.
14: Enhancing the IMS QTI to Better Support Computer Assisted Marking.
15: Streaming of Continuous Media for Distance Education Systems.
16: How Did They Study at a Distance?: Experiences of IGNOU Graduates.
17: Ubiquitous Computing Technologies in Education.
18: An eLearning Portal to Teach Geographic Information Sciences.
19: A Changed Economy with Unchanged Universities?: A Contribution to the University of the Future.
20: Rationale, Design and Implementation of a Computer Vision–Based Interactive E–Learning System.
21: Supporting Learners’ Appropriation of a Web–Based Learning Curriculum.
22: Development of a Web–Based System for Diagnosing Student Learning Problems on English Tenses.
23: Inhabited Virtual Learning Worlds and Impacts on Learning Behaviors in Young School Learners.
24: Research and Practice of E–Learning in Canada 2008.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.