Interactive Events (November 8)
The aims of Interactive Events are to facilitate sharing experience knowledge on learning system development and evaluation methods as well as research results: it encourages progress of both presenters' and attendances' research.
We regard the interactivity as important to share experience knowledge.
We, therefore, do not adopt ordinary slide centered presentation style but demonstration centered one.
Each presentation has 60 minutes demonstration time: you can enjoy interactive discussion where you feel satisfied.
Interactive Events (I)
- Yoshiki Matsuka, Tooru Misumi, Hiroaki Ogata, Moushir M. El-Bishouty, Yoneo Yano:
LORAMS: Linking Physical Objects and Videos for Ubiquitous Learning
- Bok-Moon Jung, Sung-Hwan Cho, Jae-Woon Lee, Jung-Ho Park, Jung-Bum Song, Yung-Sik Kim:
The Design and Implementation of a Thesis Search System Based on Ontology Inference
- Seong-Hwan Cho, Jae-Woon Lee, Jung-Ho Park, Jung-Bum Song, Bok-Moon Jung, Seong-Sik Kim:
The Design and Implementation of an Effective OWL Storage and Management System Based on the RDBMS
- Jae-Woon Lee, Seong-Hwan Cho, Jung-Bum Song, Bok-Moon Jung, Seong-Sik Kim:
Development of Web-based Presentation Learning Support System focusing on the Role Performance Model to Improve Interaction
Interactive Events (II)
- Makoto Wada, Hiroaki Ogata, Li Hui Gan, Yasuko Oishi, Takahito Ueda, Yoneo Yano:
Demonstration of Language Learning Outside the Classroom with Handhelds
- Jung-Bum Song, Bok-Moon Jung, Sung-Hwan Cho, Jae-Woon Lee, Jung-Ho Park, Tae-Wuk Lee:
The Development of Map4u-mobile System with New Concept Based on Ubiquitous Geographical Information System
- Tomoo Kondo, Hiroaki Ogata, Chengjiu Yin, Yuqin Liu and Yoneo Yano:
Can We Learn Japanese Mimicry and Onomatopoeia using Sensors?
- Shinji Toyomasu, Masato Soga:
Development of Communication Infrastructure for Disaster Prevention in Local Regions