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  • 发布日期:2012-12-07
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John Burton Instructional Design & Technology: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow, and Beyond

                            

 

 

John Burton, professor of Instructional Design & Technology and Educational Psychology at Virginia Tech. He has done the outstanding academic contributions on Behaviorism and Instructional Technology as shown in the relevant chapters in the 2nd and 3rd version of the AECT handbook.

 

Gwo-dong Chen Paper-opportunities and E-opportunities for E-textbook

 

 

Gwo-dong Chen (陈国栋), professor of department of Computer Science & Information Engineering at Taiwan Central University, the director general of Department of Science Education, Taiwan Science Council.

 

Kekang He Where is the Key to the Success of Education Informatization?

 

 

Kekang He (何克抗), professor at School of Educational Technology and the director of Institute of Modern Educational Technology at Beijing Normal University. He was approved as China’s first doctoral supervisor of Educational Technology by Academic Degrees Committee of the State Council.

 

Micahel Jacobson

Educational Technology Research in Australia: An Overview of Recent Trends and Developments

 

 

Michael J. Jacobson, professor and Chair of Education in the Faculty of Education and Social Work at the University of Sydney. He is also the Co-director of the Centre for Research on Computer-supported Learning and Cognition (CoCo), Deputy Director, and Institute for Innovation in Science and Mathematics Education. He served as the Chair of the 10th International Conference of the Learning Sciences in Jul 2012.

 

Oleg Kozlov Informatization of Education as Complicated Social Process and New Tendency of Pedagogical Science

 

 

Oleg Aleksandrovich Kozlov, associated director of The Federal State Academic Institution “University of education informatization” of Russian education Academy. He has held the position as the Head of Informational Profile Departments in various universities of Moscow.

 

Kedong Li A Theoretical and Practical Research of Promoting Blended Learning in Higher Education
 

 

Kedong Li (李克东), professor and director of Institute of Educational Technology at South China Normal University. He is the vice-director of the National Teacher’s Education Informatization of the Committee of Experts and the chairman of the National Primary and Secondary Modern Education Technology Experimental School Steering Committee.

 

Timothy J. Newby Using Web 2.0 Tools to Create International Collaboration Experiences

 

 

Timothy J. Newby, professor in the Learning Design and Technology program area of the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at Purdue University.  He conducts research on issues pertaining to motivation, human learning, and the impact of instructional strategies and technology on the learning process.

 

Zhiting Zhu Opportunities and Challenges of Educational Changes with Cloud Technology

 

 

Zhiting Zhu (祝智庭), professor in educational technology, dean of Distance Education College and director of Educational Engineering System Research Center of East China Normal University. He is also the director of China e-Learning Technology Standardization Committee.

 

Xibin Han Integrating E-Learning Management Systems among Different Universities into a Learning Space Based on Cloud Computing: Pedagogical Model and Technology Framework

 

 

Xibin Han (韩锡斌), associate professor and the deputy dean of Institute of Education in Tsinghua University. His research involves the use of ICT in learning, teaching and administration in higher education. It focuses on pedagogical strategies and software architecture for an integrated e-learning environment in Chinese Universities.

 

Cher Ping Lim Harnessing upon Digital Teaching Portfolio to Build Professional Learning Communities in Universities

 

 

Cher Ping Lim (林质彬), professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction and the head of the Outcome-based Learning Unit at the Hong Kong Institute of Education.

 

Marcus Childress Doomsday Scenarios for the Field of Instructional Design and Technology and What We Can Learn From The Mistakes of Others

 

 

Marcus D. Childress, professor and chair of the Instructional Design and Technology Department at Emporia State University (Kansas, USA), where he directs an online and face-to-face Master of Science degree program in Instructional Design and Technology. As president-elect of AECT, he currently serves on the executive committee and board of directors of AECT and will assume the duties as the president of AECT in October 2012.

 

Yuping Wang E-Language Learning and Teaching in Australia: A Case Study

 

 

Yuping Wang (王玉萍), associate professor in the School of Languages and Linguistics at Griffth University. She is also the convenor of the Mandarin courses offered via Open University Australia and the Associate Editor of International Journal of Computer-Assisted Language Learning and Teaching.

 

Ronghuai Huang  Reshaping Learning in the Process of Social Informatization

 

 

Ronghuai Huang (黄荣怀), professor and Deputy Dean, Faculty of Education of Beijing Normal University (BNU), in which educational technology is one of the National Key Subjects, and Director of Engineering Center for E-learning & Lifelong Learning of Ministry of Education.

 

Shian-Shyong Tseng Digital Storytelling for Reflective Learning in Bullying Prevention

 

 

Shian-Shyong Tseng (曾宪雄), the Vice President of Asia University, professor of Department of Computer Science, Taiwan Chiao Tung University, and Chairman of Board, Taiwan Network Information Center.

 

Shuyan Wang Pedagogical Design Strategies and Practices for Online Teaching

 

 

Shuyan Wang (王淑艳), associate professor at the University of Southern Mississippi. She was the vice president and the president of Society of International Chinese in Educational Technology (SICET).

 

Youqun Ren Analysis on the Correlation between Applications of Information Technology in Mathematics Classroom Teaching and Students’ Academic Achievements

 

 

Youqun Ren (任友群), professor and an assistant president of East China Normal University (ECNU); the director of UNESCO-APEID Associated Center; and the director of Office of Informatization, ECNU.

 

Ming-puu Chen Effects of Collaborative Pair-Programming and Type of Feedback on Novices’ Learning to Program Using Alice

 

 

Ming-puu Chen (陈明溥), professor and Chairman of Graduate Institute of Information and Computer Education at Taiwan Normal University.

 

Yueh-Min Huang Analysis on Problem-Based Learning Effectiveness of the Students with Different Learning Achievements

 

 

Yueh-Min Huang (黄悦民), Distinguished Professor in Department of Engineering Science, Taiwan Cheng-Kung University.