Dynamic Advancements in Teaching and Learning Based Technologies New Concepts

New Concepts Ng, Eugenia M. W., Karacapilidis, Nikos, Raisinghani, Mahesh ...
The key advantage of learning objects is their potential sharability, which has
motivated organizations to develop ... Kamba, Sakagami, and Koseki (1997)
reported a project in which personalization was applied to an online newspaper,
and ...

Author: Ng, Eugenia M. W.

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781609601553

Category: Education

Page: 438

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Dynamic Advancements in Teaching and Learning Based Technologies: New Concepts explores the technical, social, cultural, organizational, human, cognitive, and commercial impact of technology. This exciting new publication explores the impact of Web-based technology on the design, implementation and evaluation of the learning and teaching process, as well as the development of new activities, relationships, skills, and competencies for the various actors implied in such processes. It expands on the overall body of knowledge relating to multi-dimensional aspects of Web-based technologies in up to date educational contexts.

Advances in Multimedia Modeling

[2] created a personalised online newspaper by unobtrusively observing the
user's web-browsing behaviour. ... creation of user profiles by creating
knowledge graphs that model the relationship between different concepts in the
Linked Open ...

Author: Susanne Boll

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783642113000

Category: Computers

Page: 806

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The 16th international conference on Multimedia Modeling (MMM2010) was held in the famous mountain city Chongqing, China, January 6–8, 2010, and hosted by Southwest University. MMM is a leading international conference for researchersand industry practitioners to share their new ideas, original research results and practicaldevelopment experiences from all multimedia related areas. MMM2010attractedmorethan160regular,specialsession,anddemosession submissions from 21 countries/regions around the world. All submitted papers were reviewed by at least two PC members or external reviewers, and most of them were reviewed by three reviewers. The review process was very selective. From the total of 133 submissions to the main track, 43 (32. 3%) were accepted as regular papers, 22 (16. 5%) as short papers. In all, 15 papers were received for three special sessions, which is by invitation only, and 14 submissions were received for a demo session, with 9 being selected. Authors of accepted papers come from 16 countries/regions. This volume of the proceedings contains the abstracts of three invited talks and all the regular, short, special session and demo papers. The regular papers were categorized into nine sections: 3D mod- ing;advancedvideocodingandadaptation;face,gestureandapplications;image processing;imageretrieval;learningsemanticconcepts;mediaanalysisandm- eling; semantic video concepts; and tracking and motion analysis. Three special sessions were video analysis and event recognition, cross-X multimedia mining in large scale, and mobile computing and applications. The technical programfeatured three invited talks, paralleloral presentation of all the accepted regular and special session papers, and poster sessions for short and demo papers.

Data Warehousing and Mining Concepts Methodologies Tools and Applications

Finally in the personalization stage, the challenge is in developing techniques
that can successfully and efficiently measure semantic similarities among
complex ... Combining content-based and collaborative filters in an online

Author: Wang, John

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781599049526

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 4092

View: 166


In recent years, the science of managing and analyzing large datasets has emerged as a critical area of research. In the race to answer vital questions and make knowledgeable decisions, impressive amounts of data are now being generated at a rapid pace, increasing the opportunities and challenges associated with the ability to effectively analyze this data.

Research in Mass Customization and Personalization

Strategies and Concepts - Applications and Cases Mitchell, Frank T. Piller. allow
the creation of new content types and value-added services through scripted
questions. A nice example how such a content aggregation might look like are
the services provided by yahoo pipes, netvibes, pageflakes and nilter on the
Internet. For example, yahoo ... However, many people do not want to read their "
news" on a screen, but prefer a paper copy of their "newspaper". Hence, an
individually ...

Author: Mitchell

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9789814280259

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 1500

View: 567


A growing heterogeneity of demand, the advent of ';long tail markets';, exploding product complexities, and the rise of creative consumers are challenging companies in all industries to find new strategies to address these trends. Mass customization (MC) has emerged in the last decade as the premier strategy for companies in all branches of industry to profit from heterogeneity of demand and a broad scope of other customer demands.The research and practical experience collected in this book presents the latest thinking on how to make mass customization work. More than 50 authors from academia and management debate on what is viable now, what did not work in the past, and what lurks just below the radar in mass customization, personalization, and related fields.Edited by two leading authorities in the field of mass customization, both volumes of the book discuss, among many other themes, the latest research and insights on customization strategies, product design for mass customization, virtual models, co-design toolkits, customization value measurement, open source architecture, customization communities, and MC supply chains. Through a number of detailed case studies, prominent examples of mass customization are explained and evaluated in larger context and perspective.

Sign Here

The concept of ' meaning ' in the absence of an author is problematic , as is '
authenticity ' . ... concept of a communications system , information is always by
definition old information : images of history , of what has been . ... The online
newspaper changes from moment to moment , and is also highly personalized .
17 Not ...

Author: Eric Ketelaar

Publisher: Leiden University Press

ISBN: UOM:39015066749428

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 247

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A fascinating exploration of the evolution of such concepts as originality and authenticity in the age of new media, including a contribution from Mieke Bal. Sign Here! Handwriting in the Age of New Media features a number of articles from different fields, reaching from cultural and media studies to literature, film and art, and from philosophy and information studies to law and archival studies. Questions addressed in this book are: Will handwriting disappear in the age of new (digital) media? What happens to important cultural and legal concepts, such as original, copy, authenticity, reproducibility, uniqueness, and iterability? Where is the writing hand to be located if handwriting is performed not immediately 'by hand' but when it is (re)mediated by electronic or artistic media? Sign Here! Handwriting in the Age of New Media is the first part in the series Transformations in Art and Culture.

Ubiquitous Commerce for Creating the Personalized Marketplace

Concepts for Next Generation Adoption Humphry Hung, Y. H. Wong, Vincent Cho
. platform for mobile marketing and an introduction to marketing on the mobile
Internet ( focusing on advertising ) ... This potential can improve the development
of a range of customer relationship management ( CRM ) tools and techniques (
Seita , Yamamoto , & Ohta , 2002 ) . It is believed that in the near future marketing
through the mobile phone will be as common a medium as the newspaper or TV .

Author: Humphry Hung

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: NWU:35556039439104

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 306

View: 273


"This book is a compendium of definitions and explanations of concepts and processes within u-commerce"--Provided by publisher.

Library Information Science Abstracts

1 In this paper we present a model - based approach for the development of
physical hypermedia applications , i . e . those ... to incorporate the concept of
located object we illustrate the idea with a framework imple - mentation using
Jakarta Struts . ... Tobias ( Halmstad University , Sweden ) , Business models for
m - services : exploring the e - newspaper case from a ... article , we present
empirical results from an online survey with 3 , 626 respondents representing the
consumer view .



ISBN: UOM:39015079680453

Category: Information science


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Documentation Abstracts

... to instructors in the development of specific course - related resources , as well
as real - time reference service via an online reference desk . ... of telephone
reference service at 21 public libraries in Canada , whether reference staff are
paying attention to newspapers in their work . ... Yet personalized service for
every patron who walks through a library door is not a practical solution , and the
ongoing dilemma is how to apply and refine library service concepts to the
unwieldy Web .



ISBN: UOM:39015082969877

Category: Documentation


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Computers in Libraries

The CyberSkeptic'sTM Guide to Internet Research is a new monthly newsletter
for Power Searchers who use online services and ... Intelligent robots and
spiders are coming out of development , and the “ personalized newspaper "
concept is ...



ISBN: UVA:X006067077

Category: Computers


View: 946


Business Information Systems

... Allows the creation of a personalised newspaper . Although the content
received cannot be customised to a great extent , it nevertheless demonstrates
the concept of delivering up - to - date , personalised information via the Internet ...

Author: Paul Bocij

Publisher: Financial Times Management

ISBN: PSU:000050628216

Category: Business

Page: 736

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Assuming no prior knowledge of IS or IT, this book explains new concepts and terms as simply as possible. The importance of information in developing a company business strategy and assisting decision making is explained in this study volume.

Dissertation Abstracts International

The purpose of the study is to investigate the spread and influence of the ideas
expressed in " Man - Computer Symbiosis ... This dissertation compares the roles
of television , newspapers , online news and threat perception of future terrorist
attacks ... being a child in a specific growth and development stage ; being a child
of a personalized environment ; and being a child of a television story telling age



ISBN: STANFORD:36105121649086

Category: Dissertations, Academic


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Literacy and Social Inclusion

They act as a link in the development and maintenance of communities of interest
that form locally and/or globally. ... In South Korea, the online newspaper Ohmy-
News ... The main concept is that every citizen can be a reporter. A reporter is ...

Author: Eve Bearne

Publisher: Trentham Books Limited

ISBN: UOM:39015067708308

Category: Education

Page: 160

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Although social inclusion has been high on government agendas for some years, there have been few attempts at policy level to examine the issues relating to literacy education. Many social and cultural groups feel alienated from traditional models of literacy education and some learners continue to underachieve. This book develops insights into how to address these challenges. Terms such as "social inclusion" and "social exclusion" are defined, explored, and related to literacy education by contributors who are renowned in the field. They deal with issues of literacy and social class, race, gender, language, and sexuality. They offer insights into current concerns in these areas, and they outline curricula and pedagogical approaches which address underachievement and disaffection. The book challenges traditional deficit notions of "at risk" communities and argues that the onus for change needs instead to be at policy level. The book is essential reading for all those concerned with ensuring that literacy education, as inscribed in institutions, meets the needs and interests of all learners and closes the gaps between home, community, and school. The contributors are Viv Bird, Victoria Carrington, Barbara Comber, Julia Davies, Eve Gregory, Gemma Moss, Kate Pahl, Brian Street and Mark Vicars.

Marketing Health Services

Among the health plans I like are Kaiser Permanente Online ( http://www.
kponline.com/ ) , and mylifepath.com , ( which ) ... personalized home pages , and
programmed e - mail reminders to develop relationships with current and
prospective members . ... users through a home page full of enticing news and
updates — much like an online magazine or newspaper . ... Others have
pioneered online catalog and store concepts such as the InteliHealth Healthy
Home store , which health ...



ISBN: NWU:35556033617317

Category: Health services administration


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E Commerce and Development Report 2001

In the Internet one may be a click away from the competition , but customers are
more likely to click on a web page that carries a ... based on the concept that the
culture of the Internet was inherently incompatible with charges for content or
services . ... Although the Internet allows personalized , interactive advertising
campaigns that cannot be conducted through any ... Providers of generic
information that is convenient online but is also available offline ( for instance ,
newspapers ) will ...

Author: United Nations Conference on Trade and Development

Publisher: United Nations Publications

ISBN: UCSD:31822032362501

Category: Commercial policy

Page: 252

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This report reviews trends important for developing countries trying to take advantage of ICT and the Internet. It supplies basic facts and statistics about electronic commerce and considers their relevance to developing economies, especially in relation to tourism, business-to-business markets, and electronic government. It also offers recommendations for creating enabling environments for e- commerce. China's ICT strategy is considered in detail. No index. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Electronic Services Concepts Methodologies Tools and Applications

This multi-volume book contains over 100 articles, making it an essential reference for the evolving e-services discipline.

Author: Management Association, Information Resources

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781615209682

Category: Computers

Page: 2234

View: 839


With the increasing reliance on digital means to transact goods that are retail and communication based, e-services continue to develop as key applications for business, finance, industry and innovation.Electronic Services: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications is an all-inclusive research collection covering the latest studies on the consumption, delivery and availability of e-services. This multi-volume book contains over 100 articles, making it an essential reference for the evolving e-services discipline.


An on-line newspaper called attendees a primer on new technology preSent high
-school and college journalists, Bair ... "We polled our contemporaries and disthe
Training and Development Corp. in media are being used in business and ...
consists of a laptop computer and a portable printer and copier, and NIE
programs could perfectly adapt the concept of taking ... to conduct newspaper
training for teachers at their schools and to tailor stock handouts with
personalized information ...



ISBN: STANFORD:36105061727983

Category: Journalism


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Using Mosaic

By developing a stable , widely used network technology , the government hopes
to encourage the commercial development of similar ... The Superhighway will
provide access to retail merchants , information services ( such as personalized
newspapers and on - line magazines ) ... Intro to Internet & WWW I Access to a
common network will facilitate the concept of telecommuting ( working at home ,
using ...

Author: Mary Ann Pike

Publisher: Que Pub

ISBN: UOM:39015033973473

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 390

View: 123


Discusses setting up and using Mosaic to navigate the Internet, and offers tips on exploring some of the most useful and popular World Wide Web home pages and Internet sites

Interactive Value Creation Mass Customization

In this regard, interactive value creation is primarily divided in two basic types: open innovation and mass customization (product individualization).

Author: Yasemin Sari

Publisher: GRIN Verlag

ISBN: 9783640900763

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 18

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Essay from the year 2011 in the subject Business economics - Marketing, Corporate Communication, CRM, Market Research, Social Media, grade: 2,0, RWTH Aachen University, language: English, abstract: Due to the shift from seller to buyer markets in recent times, where instead of productivity and cost efficiency now other goals like quality, time and flexibility become more important, firms have to react. Furthermore, availability of modern information and communication technologies, notably the internet and the resulting market transparency enhances the bargaining power of customers. Along with globalization, shorter product life cycles, a wide variety of variants and increasing market saturation firms are confronted with highly competitive global markets. Therefore, it is all the more crucial that companies distinguish themselves in the market to succeed. An extremely important point in this context is the ability of firms to innovate. Only with innovative and marketable products a company can survive in a market in the long-term. To ensure innovativeness that is strongly linked with competitive advantage, sustainability and long term profitability firms are increasingly in search of new sources. Customer co-creation, customer integration, user innovation, open innovation and mass customization are just some terms behind which a new paradigm in technology and innovation management is hidden. The accurate umbrella-term for all these concepts is “interactive value creation”. Firms, most notably in the last four decades , recognized that external actors, especially customers and users, are a crucial source for innovative knowledge. Accordingly interactive value creation means the active integration of customers and users in the value creation process within a firm, so far mainly performed internally. In this regard, interactive value creation is primarily divided in two basic types: open innovation and mass customization (product individualization). Whereas, put simply, open innovation targets the innovation of new products by opening the innovation process to external actors, mass customization implies the development of individualized products. Within this thesis the focus lies particularly on mass customization.