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Parallel Sessions, Tuesday 9 June, 13.30 - 14.45

Open Educational Resources

0.8 Rome

Chair: A. Lane, OUUK, United Kingdom

FREE ACCESS TO E-BOOKS AND ‘OER’S AT THE OPEN UNIVERSITY OF ISRAEL
Epstein, Y., Open University of Israel, Israel

ACCESS AND USE OF OERS IN ODL: AN INDIAN PERSPECTIVE
Cherla, R.M., Dr. B.R., Ambedkar Open University, India

NEW OER TECHNOLOGIES FOR ENHANCED LEARNING
Komleva, N.V., MESI, Russia

OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES AS INTEGRATED AND COMPLEMENTARY ELEMENTS IN AWARDBEARING COURSES: THE CASE OF WELSH HISTORY (34)
Barlow, H.G., OUUK, United Kingdom

0.3 Copenhagen

Chair: F. Mulder, OUNL, The Netherlands

WORKSHOP: OER – THE DUTCH CASE (PART 2)

Virtual Mobility

2.7 Meuse

Chair: J. Lundquist, Linköping, Sweden

VIRTUAL MOBILITY AND DROP-OUT STUDENTS ISSUE
Poulova, P., University of Králové, Czechoslovakia

INTERCONTINENTAL VIRTUAL MOBILITY: THE EXPERIENCE OF PROJECTS ACTIVE AND ACTIVE ASIA (-)
Ruiz, M.; Gomez, J., UNED, Spain

MOBILIZING LIFELONG LEARNING STUDENTS BY CREATING A VIRTUAL ERASMUS PROGRAMME
Brey, C., EADTU, The Netherlands

Quality Assurance

0.9 Athens

Chair: U-D. Ehlers, Universitaet Duisburg-Essen, Germany

WORKSHOP: QUALITY EDUCATION FOR ALL – TOWARDS OPENESS & INNOVATION

Technology Enhanced Learning

2.1 Colorado

Chair: A. Wodecki, Maria Curie Sklodowska University, Poland

E-LITIGIS: VIRTUAL TEAMWORK SPACE
Vilasau Solana, M.; Gratti Martinez, E., Casamajó Dalmau, J., UOC, Spain

VIRTUAL LABORATORY: MULTI-STYLE CODE EDITOR
Lyamni, A.V., St.Petersburg State University of IT, Mechanics and Optics, Russia

THE UNED ICT ARCHITECTURE FOR “VIRTUAL ATTENDANCE”
Read, T.M., UNED, Spain

SOCIAL NETWORKING FOR PRACTICE LEARNING
Thorpe, M.S., Greaney, P., OUUK, United kingdom

0.4 Brussels

Chair: J. Dickens, University of London External System, United Kingdom

CROSS ASSESSMENT OF A DISCUSSION TOOL DESIGNED TO SUPPORT COLLABORATIVE KNOWLEDGE BUILDING
Garcia Gonzalez, I.; Gros, B., UOC, Spain

PERCEIVED VERSUS ACTUAL MEASUREMENTS OF QUALITY IN COMPUTER-ASSISTED STATISTICS EDUCATION
Dijk, R. van, KU Leuven Association, Belgium

THE GRIDS’ DESIGN EVALUATION OF THE DISTANCE LEARNING COURSES OF FGV ONLINE: A CASE STUDY UNDER THE VIEW OF THE ERGONOMICS AND THE USABILITY
Xanthopoylos, S.P., FGV / FGV Online, Brasil

Learner Support Services

0.1 London

Chair: D. Braimoh, UNISA, South Africa

DEVELOPMENT, PRODUCTION, AND DELIVERY OF SELF INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL IN EDUCATION AT GRADUATE LEVEL — A CASE OF INDIAN OPEN AND DISTANCE LEARNING INSTITUTIONS (29)
Pani, R.D., University News India, India

DOUBLY INVOLVED OR DOUBLY ISOLATED?: LEARNING THROUGH FULL TIME DISTANCE STUDY. WHAT THE STUDENTS SAY
Anderson, B., University of Otago, New Zealand

MODEL OF SELF-REGULATED DISTANCE LEARNING: OPTIMIZING TRANSACTIONAL DISTANCE THROUGH THE DIMENSIONS OF SELF-REGULATED LEARNING (64)
Andrade, M.S., Utah Valley University, USA; Bunker, E., Brigham Young University Hawaii, USA

EDUCATION IN BASIC LIFE SUPPORT: DISTANCE LEARNING AIDS SKILL RETENTION (2)
Garvey, J.P., Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom

Teacher Training

0.11 Pressroom

Chair: B. Hudson, UMEA University, Sweden

EXPLORING THE CHARACTERISTICS, ATTRIBUTES, AND PERCEPTIONS OF ONLINE GRADUATE STUDENTS IN CANADIAN HIGHER EDUCATION, AND THE LEADERSHIP IMPLICATIONS
Edmonds, K.A., University of Calgary, Canada

ELEMENTS OF ONLINE TEACHER BEHAVIOUR THAT LEAD TO STUDENT SATISFACTION
Smits, A.E.H., Windesheim school of higher education, The Netherlands

LEARNING CAN BE FUN: COMBINING LOW-TECH TEACHING METHODS WITH HIGH-TECH ELEARNING TO PROMOTE CRITICAL REFLECTION
Brown, M.E., Massey University, New Zealand

TANGIBLE BENEFITS OF AN EPORTFOLIO INITIATIVE IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
Kumtepe, A.T., Anadolu University, Turkey

Employability

2.14 Amazon

Chair: M. Kocsic Baan, University of Miskolc, Hungary

Workshop: INTEGRATED STAFF AND STAKEHOLDER WORKSHOP ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP, VIRTUAL PROGRAMS & DIGITAL ENVIRONMENTS

NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR ENHANCING SELFEMPLOYABILITY - DEVELOPING ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS VIA INTERNATIONAL VIRTUAL PROGRAMS
Lukacs, E., University of Miskolc, Hungary

THE DEVELOPMENT OF A VIRTUAL CAMPUS FOR DIGITAL STUDENTS (VICADIS) (-)
Andone, D., Politehnica” University of Timisoara, Romania

LONG TERM IMPACT OF EU PROJECTS ON STRATEGIC DEVELOPMENT OF HEIS IN CENTRAL-EAST EUROPE (591)
Kocsic Baan, M., University of Miskolc, Hungary

2.8 Rhine

Chair: E. Tammeoru, EITSA, Estonia

USING WEB BASED INITIATIVES TO CONNECT EMPLOYERS TO DISTANCE LEARNERS TO ENHANCE THEIR UNDERSTANDING OF EMPLOYABILITY
Riding, C.M.; Cocking, E., OUUK, United Kingdom

CONNECTIVITY IS NOT ENOUGH. SOCIALLY NETWORKED PROFESSIONAL ENVIRONMENTS AND EPISTEMIC NORMS
Truyen, F.J.A.D., KU Leuven, Belgium

INFLUENCE OF LIFE LONG LEARNING THROUGH OPEN AND DISTANCE MODE AN INDISPENSABLE FACTOR TO ENHANCE MOTIVATION AMONG LEARNERS
Navaneedhan, C.G., Meston College Of Education, India

PROMOTE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN AN INTERPROFESSIONAL COURSE
Gummesson, C.; Nordmark, E., Lund University, Sweden

Breaking Barriers – widening participation through Distance Education

2.10 Tigris

Chair: K. Ala-Mutka, European Commission

TEACHING THE UNREACHED THROUGH ODL – CASE STUDY OF SPECIAL STUDY CENTERS OF IGNOU WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO STUDY CENTERS IN JAILS
Sharma, K., IGNOU, India

A STRATEGY OF USING ICT FOR LERANING PROCESS FOR LONG DISTANCE LEARNING STUDENTS OF SEMARANG REGION OF OPEN UNIVERSITY (UPBJJ-UT-SEMARANG)
Sukestiyarno, Y.L., Indonesia

GIRLS AS POWERFUL AGENTS OF CHANGE (-)
Thoronka, J.G.K., Childhelp Sierra Leone, Sierra Leone

ICT IN HIGHER EDUCATION TO MAKE BANGLADESH A CORRUPTION FREE COUNTRY (210)
Rahman, L., Association for Advancement of Information Technology, Bangladesh

International Cooperation and Development

0.2 Berlin

Chair: B. Sayer, University of London, United Kingdom

WORKSHOP: FLEXIBLE LEARNING AND INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT: THE CONTRIBUTION OF DISTANCE LEARNING INSTITUTIONS (part 2)

0.5 Paris

Chair: S. Virkus, Tallinn University, Estonia

REMOVING CONSTRAINTS AND DISADVANTAGES IN OPEN AND DISTANCE LEARNING IN NIGERIA
Yaqub, N.O., The University of Abuja, Nigeria

BLENDED LEARNING THROUGH INTERUNIVERSITY COLLABORATION INTERACTION
Fainholc, B., UNLP-CEDIPROE, Argentina

THE DEVELOPMENT OF STANDARDS FOR ICT-BASED OPEN AND DISTANCE LEARNING SYSTEM FOR SOUTHEAST ASIAN COUNTRIES
Mustafa, D., SEAMEO SEAMOLEC, Indonesia

DEHUB: A NEW VISION FOR AUSTRALIAN DISTANCE EDUCATION
Tynan, B., University of New England, Australia

Special Interest: Virtual Learning Environments

0.7 Lisbon

Chair: G. Wettergren, Stockholm University, Sweden

DEVELOPING A SUSTAINABLE STUDENT CENTERED VLE: THE OUNL CASE
Hermans, H.J.H.; Verjans, S., OUNL, The Netherlands

AN INTEGRATION OF THE ACADEMIC PORTAL WITH THE MOODLE VLE
Coelho, F.S., Universidade Aberta, Portugal

OKI THE INTEGRATION OF E-LEARNING SERVICES DEVELOPING FOR MOODLE AND SAKAI AT SAME TIME
Almirall, M.; Duart, J.M., UOC, Spain

A CROSS-DISCIPLINARY, CROSS-COUNTRY STUDY OF FACULTY PERSPECTIVES ON INTERACTION IN ONLINE COURSES
Gunawardena, C.N.; Weaver, M.R.; Barbera, E., University of New Mexico; UOC, USA

Additional Break Out Sessions

2.11 St. Lawrence

Chair: V. Aimard, United Nations University, Germany

WORKSHOP: UNIVERSITIES 2.0 GLOBAL LEARNING ORGANIZATIONS