N.A. Web'97
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Acknowledgement: Thanks to all those who submitted proposals, to Hope Greenberg, Program Chair, for organising the review process, to the reviewers for their grading and comments and to those who finally submitted full papers. The 1997 papers represent an excellent cross-section of Web issues from both a national and international prespective.

  1. David Bueno, Ricardo Conejo, Alfredo Burrieza - A Logic Instructor Game for the Web
  2. Alan Burk, James Kerr - The Electronic Text Centre at the University of New Brunswick
  3. Tom Calvert, Colin Ware, Jane Fritz - User Interaction in Web-based Telelearning
  4. Stephen Downes - Web-Based Courses: The Assiniboine Model
  5. Allan Ellis, Roger Debreceny - Managing University Web Sites: Whose doing the job
  6. Barry Ellis - Virtual Classroom Technologies for Distance Education: The Case For Synchronous Delivery
  7. Mark Haas- Building a Virtual Campus: Developing the Integration of Web and MOO Environments for Distance Education
  8. Steven Hale - But Can You Play Frisbee on the Virtual Quad? VRML Goes to College
  9. Richard Hall - Guided Surfing: Development and Assessment of a World Wide Web Interface for an Undergraduate Psychology Class
  10. Jim Hewitt - Facilitating Convergence in Asynchronous Conferencing Environments
  11. Peter Holt, Charles Van Duren, Karen Stauffer, Richard Bradley, Jane Gismondi - Issues in Designing a WEB Based Programme
  12. Jerusalem Howard, Reginald Terry - A Systems Approach and Instructional Design Principles: Two Critical Elements for Effective WWW Courseware Development
  13. Werner Joerg - webBook - Integrating content organization, presentation and services
  14. David Jones, Colin McCormack - Class management: The forgotten task
  15. David Jones, panelists - Support systems for Web-based education: different approaches
  16. Michael Kreyche - Navigating the Library: A Web-Based Library Instruction Tutorial
  17. Craig McKie - Nailing Down the Jello: Three years of running a specialized Social Science Reference Web Site
  18. Richard Pascoe - Introducing WWW Technology into Tertiary Teaching: A Personal Perspective
  19. Natalie Pass, Barry Pass, Roni Aviram, Na'ama Bar-O - Distance Education in the Negev
  20. Robby Robson, Dick Schori - QuestWriter(TM)'s Computer-mediated Structured Communication Activities: Implementation and Application to Teaching Calculus.
  21. Osama Shata - An Interactive System For Electronic Course Delivery On The WEB
  22. Mónica Trella, Ricardo Conejo, Jóse Luis Pérez de la Cruz - Dialogue with an Expert System Through the Web
  23. Avgoustos Tsinakos, Konstandinos Margaritis - SEARCH ADVISOR: Training Internet users towards search sessions
  24. Jill Tuttle, Anthony Hill Simione - Designing and Implementing College-wide Web-based Course Materials: A Case Study
  25. Vicki Wise - The Faculty Support Crisis: What Are We Going to Do About It?: A Concept Mapping Workshop


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