:: Main ::
 
   eLearn 2013
Photo
Objectives
Themes
Target Participants
Programs
Venue
Siam Technology
College
Travel Instructions
Reimbursement for Thai Officers
Organizing Committee
Call for Papers
Abstract and Paper Details
Submit Your Final Paper
Important Dates
About The Conference
Certificates
For More Information
Proceedings 2013
Supporting Organizations
Sponsors
ADs in the Proceedings
Contact Us
 
   
   eLearningAP 2013
 

Photo
Proceedings of 2013
Programs

Organizing Committee

   eLearningAP 2012
 

Photo
Proceedings of 2012
Programs

Organizing Committee

   eLearningAP 2011
 

Photo
Proceedings of 2011
Programs

Organizing Committee

   eLearningAP 2010
 

Photo
Proceedings of 2010
Programs

Organizing Committee

   eLearningAP 2009
 

Photo
Proceedings of 2009
Programs

Organizing Committee

   eLearningAP 2008
 

Photo
Proceedings of 2008
Programs

Organizing Committee

   eLearningAP 2007
  Photo
Proceedings of 2007
Programs
Organizing Committee

   eLearningAP 2006
Photo
Proceedings of 2006
Programs
Organizing Committee

 eLearningAP 2005
Photo
Proceedings of 2005
Programs
Organizing Committee

 eLearningAP 2004
Photo
Proceedings of 2004
Programs
Organizing Committee
 


Proceedings of the International Conference on eLearning
for Knowledge-Based Society
Bangkok, Thailand. August 4 - 7, 2005


* Click on each page to select it *
Then click at the lower right corner to enlarge !


   

Examples of ADS in Proceedings 2005

Contents of eLearning 2005 Proceedings

Message from the Prime Minister
i
Message from Bill Gates
ii
Message from the Minister
iii
Message from the Permanent Secretary
iv
Message from the Chairman of the Organizing Committee
v
Foreword
vi
ICT and Firm-Level Performance in Thailand:
Findings of the Productivity and Investment Climate Survey
by Magdi Amin
1.1-9
IMS Learning Design and eLearning
by Lim Kin Chew
2.1-6
Making Change Happen:
A Problem-based Computer Simulation
by Prof. Dr. Philip Hallinger
3.1-7
The E-Learning Lifecycle and its Services:
The Web Services Approach
by Angad Grewal, Shri Rai, Rob Phillips and Chun Che Fung
4.1-8
Developing Strategies to Implement Technological Innovation
in Educational Institutions: Can Theories Inform Practice?
by Kwansuree Jiamton and Dr. Margaret Sills
5.1-6
The Challenges & Potential of Educational Gaming in Higher
Education
by Zaid Ali Alsagoff
6.1-7
eLearning Courseware Production System: Underlying
Principles, Major Components, and Evaluation Criteria
by Chaiyong Brahmawong, Ph.D.
7.1-7
eLearning: A Learning Context in Context
by Brian Hunt and Toni Ivergard
8.1-9
Integrating Pedagogy and Instructional Design in the
eLearning Approach for the Teaching of Mathematics
by Norazah Mohd. Nordin, Halimah Badioze Zaman,
and Rosseni Din
9.1-7
Copyright Protection of e-learning Contents
by Nisachol Channgern and Settapong Malisuwan, Ph.D.
10.1-5
University-Level eLearning in ASEAN
by Prof. Dr. Srisakdi Charmonman
11.1-6
eLearning Experience in Malaysia
by Dr. Syed Othman Alhabshi
12.1-5
Vision for an Innovative Information Society - “eLearning” –
The Best Mode
by Dr. Joseph George
13.1-6
eLearning: The Best Human Development as Creator of
Knowledge
by Ai-lada Chotechuang
14.1-3
The Effective Courseware Production: A Lesson Learned
by Professor Dr. Utumporn Jamornmann
15.1-4
eLearning in Developing Countries: Challenges and
OpportunitiesBangladesh Perspective
by Md Shahid Uddin Akbar
16.1-3
A Study of Behavioral Intention for 3G Mobile Internet
Technology: Preliminary Research on Mobile Learning
by Dulyalak Phuangthong and Settapong Malisawan, Ph.D.
17.1-7
Bridging International Boundaries through Inter-collegialWeb-
based Programs
by Jeffrey L. Bailie
18.1-9
eLearning: Learning Led and Technology Enabled
by Dr Ian Maxwell, Dr Iain Doherty and Nick Jones
19.1-4
Enhancing Remedial Learners Reading through eLearning
by Manisah Mohd Ali and Zawawi Zahari
20.1-7
eLearning Center in Ramkhamhaeng University
by Professor Rangsan Saengsook
21.1-4
Mobile Active Learning Training Simulation System (ALTS)
Concept and its Role in Business Training
by Dr Christopher Johnson Ed.D
22.1-2
empowerICTTM: In-Service Teacher’s Learning to Teach with
Technology
by Supoet Srinutapong, Thanomporn Laohajaratsang
Praweenya Suwannatthachote, and Charalambos Vrasidas
23.1-4
Designing eLearning: Shouldn’t We Be Ready?
by Paulina Pannen and Abubakar
24.1-6
Au-CIDE Plan: A Proposed Model for Assumption University’s
Internet-Based Distance Education System
by Chaiyong Brahmawong, Ph.D.
25.1-8
Applying Research to Design Online Learning Environments
by Paul Ham
26.1-9
Assessing Students Onlineby
Dr. Jitlekha Teerajarmorn
27.1-3
The impact of eLearning on China Education and Research
Network (CERNET)
by Ezendu Ariwa and Rui Li
28.1-7
eLearning in South East Asia
by Praveen Sahijwani, Jacqueline Sivalingam,
and Alexandra Roza
29.1-7
Object-Based Learning with Concept Mapping Embodied
Intelligent Agent
by Goh Ong Sing , Chun Che Fung, Arnold Depickere,
and Lau Siong Hoe
30.1-7
Integrating Learning Technologies and Problem-based Learning
by Prof. Dr. Philip Hallinger
31.1-7

Delivering E-Learning through Technology in Open and
Distance Learning
by Dr. K. Parameswara Rao

32.1-7

An Empirical Study of potential challenges and Benefits of
Implementing E-learning in Sri Lanka
by Kennedy D Gunawardana

33.1-8
An Assessment of eLearning Market Opportunities in the
Government Sector in Thailand
by Rattanawan Rattakul and Dr. Arthur G. D. Morse
34.1-3
Delivering eLearning through Fixed Wireless Broadband to
the RuralCommunity and Disaster Stricken Areas
by Lord John Edgecumbe Shazell and Johan Shazell Abdullah
35.1-8
Blended Model of eLearning for Business Management
by Dr. Tang Zhimin, Prasit Pisesweerayos,
and Anutara Tantraporn
36.1-8
Global Learning-Space
by Lisa and Andreas Becker
37.1
Delivery eLearning through technology
by Suda Biyaem
38.1
Instructional Design Principles in the Development of eLearning
Graduate Courses
by Prof. Dr. John Arul Phillips, Prof. Dr. Ansary Ahmed,
and Assoc. Prof. Dr. Kuldip Kaur
39.1
The Use of IPTV Solutions to Provide Education on Demand
by John Hawker
40.1
Integrating eLearning and Knowledge Management by ApplyingtheNew Information Economics (NIE) Model
by Suratida Rotjanabamroongchai, Nisachol Changern,
and Settapong Malisuwan, Ph.D.
41.1
A Tractable Approach of Constructing Fertile Multimedia Content
by Orrawin Mekpiroon, Buntita Pravalpruk,
Pornchai Tummarattananont, and Thepchai Supnithi
42.1
eLearning Didactics for Adults
by Andreas Becker
43.1
TOT’s Experience in eLearning
by Apiruck Preechayasomboon, Ph.D.
and Ms.Waraporn Tuntitornwanichkul
44.1
Tutor Participation in Technology-Enabled Distance Learning
Programmes: Theory and Practice
by Kuldip Kaur, Ansary Ahmed, and John Arul Phillips
45.1
Appendix A. Tentative Program
46.1
Appendix B. Organizing Committee
47.1
Appendix C. Supporting Staff

48.1

Appendix D. Author Names
49.1-2
   

   
 
  www.eLearningAP.com
 
 
International Conference on eLearning for Knowledge-Based Society
Developed by Webmaster of Srisakdi Charmonman Institute of eLearning
Siam Technology College,Thailand
Last updated :: March 15, 2014

AllConferences.Com Directory of Conferences, conventions, exhibits, seminars, workshops, events, trade shows and business meetings. Includes calendar, dates, location, web site, contact and registration information.