[CEUR Workshop Proceedings] Vol-361

© 2008 for the individual papers by the papers' authors. Copying permitted for private and academic purposes. Re-publication of material from this volume requires permission by the copyright owners.

eUniverSALearning 2007

Post-proceedings of the International Conference on Technology, Training and Communication. Extended Papers
Salamanca, Spain, September 12-14, 2007.

Edited by

Antonio López Eire
Francisco José García Peñalvo
Antonio Miguel Seoane Pardo
Erla Mariela Morales Morgado

Universidad de Salamanca, Grupo de investigación en Interacción y eLearning (GRIAL), Plaza de los Caídos, S/N, 37008, Salamanca, España
lopezeire@usal.es, fgarcia@usal.es, aseoane@usal.es, erlamorales@usal.es

Table of Contents

SECTION 1: Evaluation, Quality Management and Strategic Issues in eLearning

  1. The Pythagorean School, a Model of Reference for Knowledge Building and Learning Communities in eLearning Contexts
    Antonio M. Seoane Pardo & Francisco J. García Peñalvo. Universidad de Salamanca
  2. Implantation of a System of Educational Evaluation for the Quality Guarantee
    David Montes, Ana-Belén Gil, José Ángel Domínguez & Javier González Benito. Universidad de Salamanca
  3. Design of eLearning Interaction Spaces: Lessons Learned from Practice
    Adriana Berlanga, Ángeles Bosom, María José Hernández, Elisa Fernández. Universidad de Salamanca
  4. Online students: Towards a Systemic Analysis on their Input Profile.
    Olga Díez Fernández Universidad de Salamanca
  5. Videogame Motivational Factors: Considerations for E-learning
    Beatriz Marcano. Universidad de Salamanca

SECTION 2: eLearning Platforms and Virtual Environments Systems

  1. ClayNet Evolution Towards mLearning and Information Visualization Technologies
    Miguel Ángel Conde, Carlos Muñoz, Jorge Reyero. Universidad de Salamanca & Departamento de I+D+i CLAY Formación Internacional
  2. Software Engineering Analysis Process Applied on an e-Learning System
    Hugo Rego, Tiago Moreira & Francisco J. García. Universidad de Salamanca
  3. The Learning Virtual Environment AulaWeb in the Training period of Education Students
    María Jesús Gallego & Vanesa Gámiz. Universidad de Granada
  4. e-Learning Enhanced Technology Implementation: a Virtual Campus Case
    Hugo Rego, Tiago Moreira, João Branco & Francisco J. García. Universidad de Salamanca
  5. Open Source LMS Customization. A Moodle Stadistical Control Application
    Carlos Muñoz, Miguel Ángel Conde, Jorge Reyero. Departamento de I+D+i CLAY Formación Internacional
  6. Visual Analitics, for Virtual Education Platforms
    Diego Alonso Gómez Aguilar, Roberto Theron y Francisco García Peñalvo. Universidad de Salamanca

SECTION 3: Semantic Web and Learning Objects

  1. The Web Semantic Approach like Tool for the e-Learning
    Ana Vanessa Leguízamo León. Universidad Central de Venezuela
  2. Contributions of the Web 2.0 to Collaborative work around Learning Objects
    Mª Esther Del Moral, Doina Ana Cernea, Lourdes Villalustre Martínez. Universidad de Oviedo
  3. Free Software Tools for the Authoring of SCORM Learning Objects
    Artemio Mojón Ojea. Universidad de Vigo. Universidad de Oviedo
  4. Repositories in the Semantic Web. A Reinforcement to e-Learning
    Ana Belén Rodríguez García. Universidad de Salamanca.
  5. Managing Learning Objects Metadata
    Hugo Rego, Tiago Moreira & Francisco J. García. Universidad de Salamanca
  6. A Proposal to define LOs together with Pedagogical Granularity Level
    Erla M. Morales Morgado, Francisco J. García Peñalvo y Ángela Barrón Ruiz. Universidad de Salamanca

SECTION 4: Analysis of Training Experiences and Cases of Study

  1. An experience about Content Managing in Secondary Education
    Sergio Bravo Martín & Francisco J. García Peñalvo. Universidad de Salamanca
  2. e-Learning Strategies to Support Databases Courses: a Case Study
    Luisa M. Regueras, Elena Verdú, María J. Verdú, María Á. Pérez & Juan P. De Castro. Universidad de Valladolid
  3. E-learning Resources for Teaching Chemical Engineering
    Francisco García-Herruzo, Ana García-Rubio, César Gómez-Lahoz, José Miguel Rodríguez-Maroto y Carlos Vereda-Alonso. Universidad de Málaga

SECTION 5: eLearning Tools and Experiences Applied to Mathematics

  1. On the Affective Profiling in Mathematics e-Learning
    Giovannina Albano & Rossella Ascione. Università di Salerno & Università di Napoli "Federico II"
  2. Joining Educational Mathematics
    Olga Caprotti, Mika Seppälä & Matti Pauna. University of Helsinki
  3. Learning Mathematics in the diversity: Play with Divertimates
    C. S. González, D. Guerra, H. Sanabria, N. Noda, A. Bruno & L. Moreno. Universidad de La Laguna
NOTE: The papers published in this volume are extended versions of the papers presented at eUniverSALearning-2007. Most of the papers only have their titles and abstracts in English language and their contents in Spanish language.
27-June-2008: submitted by E. M. Morales
27-June-2008: published on CEUR-WS.org
1-Jul-2008: corrected workshop date
4-Sep-2008: corrected author list of paper 3.2