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Conference Program Schedule

WMUTE2010 & DIGITEL2010 Conference Schedule

Dates Time Monday
April 12, 2010
Tuesday
April 13, 2010
Wednesday
April 14, 2010
Thursday
April 15, 2010
Friday
April 16, 2010
Morning  

Registration
8:20-09:00

Registration
8:20-09:00

Registration
8:20-09:00

Registration
8:20-09:00

DIGITEL Keynote(2)
(S103)
09:00:10:00

WMUTE Keynote(2)
(S103)
9:00:10:00

WMUTE(3) & DIGITEL(3)
Keynote
(S103)
9:00-10:50

Paper Sessions 5
(WMUTE) (S103)
9:00-10:20
Paper
Sessions 4
(DIGITEL) (S107)
09:00-10:20

Coffee Break
10:00-10:20

Coffee Break
10:00-10:20

Coffee break
10:50-11:00

Coffee Break
10:20-10:40

Paper Sessions1
(WMUTE) (S206)
10:20-12:05

Paper
Sessions1
(DIGITEL) (S207)
10:20-12:20

Paper Sessions3
(WMUTE) (S206)
10:20-12:10

Paper
Sessions3 (S207)
(DIGITEL)
10:20-12:20

Poster Session (S203)
11:00-11:50

Paper Sessions 6
(WMUTE) (S103)
10:40-12:15

Paper Sessions 5
(DIGITEL) (S107)
10:40-12:15
Lunch (S103)
Afternoon

Registration
15:00-16:00

Panel Ⅰ
(S103)
13:30-14:30

Panel Ⅱ
(S103)
13:30-14:30

Tour to National Kenting Park
12:00-17:00

Closing Ceremony
(S103)
12:30-13:30

Opening Ceremony
(S103)
16:00-16:45

WMUTE Keynote(1) (S103)
17:00-18:00

Coffee Break
14:30-14:50

Coffee Break
14:30-14:50

 

Paper
Sessions2
(WMUTE) (S206)
14:50-16:15

Paper
Sessions2
(DIGITEL) (S207)
14:50-16:25

Paper
Sessions4
(WMUTE) (S206)
14:50-16:20

ECRT
Sessions
(DIGITEL) (S207)
14:50-16:20

DIGITEL Keynote(1) (S103)
18:00-19:00

Evening

Reception
(S112)
19:00-20:00

   

Banquet
17:00-21:00

Yellow blocks: sections of DIGITEL/ Blue blocks: sections of WMUTE / Purple blocks: Shared sections for DIGITEL and WMUTE.

Presentation time for full paper is 25 min. Presentation time for short paper is 15 min.

 

Monday April 12,
2010

Tuesday April 13,
2010
Wednesday April 14,
2010
Thursday April 15,
2010
Friday April 16,
2010
 
Monday April 12, 2010
16:00-16:45 Opening Ceremony
17:00-18:00 WMUTE Keynote(1)

Speaker: Sherry Hsi
Chair: Roy Pea

18:00-19:00 DIGITEL Keynote(1)

Speaker: Gwo-Dong Chen
Chair: Nian-Shing Chen

19:00-20:00 Reception

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Tuesday April 13, 2010
08:20-9:00 Registration
09:00-10:00 DIGITEL Keynote(2) Speaker: Catherine Beavis
Chair: Yueh-Min Huang

 
10:00-10:20 Coffee break
10:20-12:05

Paper Session 1 (105Min)

Design and evaluation of mobile learning environment
Chair :
Siu Cheung Kong

Go Math! How research anchors new mobile learning environments (Full Paper) April Alexander, Kristen Pilner Blair, Shelley Goldman, Osvaldo Jimenez, Masataka Nakaue, Roy Pea, Andrew Russell
LEMONADE: A Flexible Authoring Tool for Integrated Mobile Learning Scenarios (Full Paper) Adam Giemza, Lars Bollen, H. Ulrich Hoppe

Learning Animal Concepts with Semantic Hierarchy-Based Location-Aware Image Browsing and Ecology Task Generator. (Full Paper)

Ming-Chi Liu, Dunwei Wen, Kinshuk , Yueh-Min Huang
Lessons Learned from Planning the Use of Mobile Technologies at Schools in Hong Kong (Short Paper) Gary CHENG, Siu Cheung KONG
A Review of Literature in Mobile Learning Affordances and Constraints (Short Paper) Gregg Orr
12:10-13:30 Lunch
13:30-14:20 Panel discussion Ⅰ

Theme: Cross-Exchanges between Mobile and Game-Based Learning
Moderator: to be announced
Panelists: Gautam Biswas (USA), CHEE Yam San (Singapore),
Nian-Shing Chen (Taiwan), Kinshuk (Canada)
Discussant: Diane Carr (UK)

14:20-14:50 Coffee break
14:50-16:15

Paper Session 2 (85Min)

Context-aware learning system
Chair: Yueh-Min Huang

A context-aware personalized m-learning application based on m-learning preferences (Full Paper) Jane Y-K Yau, Mike Joy
Integrate hand-held device and RFID to support context awareness environment for outdoor inquiry learning activity (Short Paper) Ah-Fur Lai, Kuan-Chih Chou, Chien-Hsun Wu, Horng-Yih Lai
Location-based and Knowledge-oriented Microblogging for Mobile Learning – Framework, Architecture, and System (Short Paper) Yen-Ting Lin, Qing Tan , Kinshuk, Yueh-Min Huang
MoMAt: a Mobile Museum Adaptive tour (Short Paper) Pierpaolo Di Bitonto, Teresa Roselli, Veronica Rossano, Lucia Monacis, Maria Sinatra
The Study of Self-Seamless Teaching Strategy for Ubiquitous Learning Environments (Short Paper) Shu-Hao Ye, Yen-Chu Hung
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Wednesday April 14, 2010
08:20-9:00

Registration

09:00-10:00 WMUTE Keynote(2)

Speaker: Gwo-Jen Hwang
Chair: Ulrich Hope

10:00-10:20 Coffee break
10:20-12:10

Paper Session 3 (110Min)

Mobile adaptive learning environment
Chair: Hiroaki Ogata

Adaptive Content Delivery Model in Ubiquitous Learning Environment (Full Paper) Xinyou ZHAO, Xin WAN, Toshio OKAMOTO
Development of Adaptive Vocabulary Learning via Mobile phone Email (Full Paper) Mengmeng Li, Hiroaki Ogata, Bin Hou, Satoshi Hashimoto, Noriko Uosaki, Yuqin Liu, Yoneo Yano
On the issue of reusability and adaptability in M-learning systems (Short Paper) Oskar Pettersson, Didac Gil
Lessons from Designing Geometry Learning Activities that Combine Mobile and 3D Tools (Short Paper) Daniel Spikol, Johan Eliasson
Generating Adaptive Learning Sheets for Museum Tour Guide in U-Learning Grid Environments (Short Paper) Wen-Chung Shih, Shian-Shyong Tseng, Chao-Tung Yang,Anthony Y. H. Liao
Students' Voices: Enriching Learning Experiences through M-Learning (Short Paper) Sally Wai-Yan Wan,Patrick Hak-Chung Lam
12:10-13:30 Lunch
13:30-14:30 Panel discussion Ⅱ

Theme: Research Policies on Technology Enhanced Learning
Moderator: Ovid Tseng (Taiwan)
Panelists: John Cherniavsky (USA), Chee-Kit Looi (Singapore), Roy Pea (USA), Demetrios Sampson (Greece), Chih-Wei Hue (Taiwan)
Discussant: Beverly Woolf (USA)

14:30-14:50 Coffee break
14:50-16:20

Paper Session 4 (90Min)

Inquiry-based mobile learning
Chair: Marcelo Milrad

An Investigation on Students' Cognitive Load and Learning Achievements for participating in a Local Culture Mobile Learning Activity (Full Paper) Gwo-Jen Hwang, Po-Han Wu, Ya-Yan Zhuang, Wan-Ling Kuo, Yueh-Min Huang
Integrating mobile, web and sensory technologies to support inquiry-based science learning (Full Paper) Bahtijar Vogel, Daniel Spikol, Arianit Kurti, Marcelo Milrad
LET’S GO! To the Creek: Co-design of Water Quality Inquiry using Mobile Science Collaboratories (Full Paper) Heidy Maldonado, Roy D. Pea, Daniel Spikol, Marcelo Milrad
Providing flexibility in learning activities systems by the use of multi-role mobile devices (Short Paper) Didac Gil, Oskar Pettersson
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Thursday April 15, 2010
09:00-09:50

WMUTE Keynote(3)

Speaker: Pierre Dillenbourg
Chair: Chee-Kit Looi

10:00-10:50

DIGITEL Keynote(3)

Speaker: Mary Flanagan
Chair: Diane Carr

10:50-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-11:50 Poster Session A Language Exchange SNS in Ubiquitous Environment Chengjiu Yin, Yoshiyuki Tabata, Hiroaki Ogata, Yano Yoneo
WebQuest: M-Learning for Environmental Education Cheng-Sian Chang, Tzung-Shi Chen, Wei-Hsiang Hsu
An Automatic Scoring System for PDA Integrated Ecology Observation Worksheet I-Hsiang Su, Pi-Hsia Hung, Gwo-Jen Hwang, Yu-Fen Lin
Statecraft X: Enacting citizenship education using a mobile learning game played on Apple iPhones Yam San Chee, Ek Ming Tan, Mingfong Jan
Developing of Mobile 3D Agent Sign Language Learning System Yi-Chun Lin, James Jiunn-Yin Leu, Jyh-Win Huang, Yueh-Min Huang
MoViE: Mobile Social Video Sharing Tool for Learning Applications Jari Multisilta, Arttu Perttula, Marko Suominen, Antti Koivisto
Studying Different Methods of Providing Input to a Collaborative Interactive Museum Exhibit Using Mobile Devices Priscilla Jimenez, Leilah Lyons
Effective Materials for Abstract Words in Foreign Vocabulary Learning Takahiro Kayama, Keiichi Kaneko, Haruko Miyakoda, Masatoshi Ishikawa
GIS-integrated Learning System for Taiwan Local Cultures Ju-Ling Shih, Chien-Wen Chuang, Jia-Jia Cheng, Gwo-Jen Hwang
Ubiquitous Wikipedia on Handheld Device for Mobile Learning Shih-Hung Wu, Min-Xiang Li
A Study of Elevating the Efficiency of Practice-Based Instruction strategy with 3D handheld device Yen-Chu Hung, Kuang-Shuo Peng
Social Interaction Mining based on Wireless Sensor Networks for Promoting Cooperative Learning Performance in Classroom Learning Environment Jeng-Cheng Hsieh, Chih-Ming Chen, Chin-Ming Hong, Hsiao-Fang Lin
Augmenting Paper-based Reading Activities with Mobile Technology to Enhance Reading Comprehension Nian-Shing Chen, Daniel Chia-En Teng, Cheng-Han Lee
A New Perspective on First Read Rate of 2D Barcodes in Mobile Applications Keng T. Tan, Douglas Chai
Learning Historical and Cultural Contents via Mobile Treasure Hunting in Five-harbor District of Tainan, Taiwan Stis Wu, Alex Chang, Maiga Chang, Yu-Ren Yen, Jia-Sheng Heh
12:00-17:00 Tour to National Kenting Park
17:00-21:00 Banquet
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Friday April 16, 2010
09:00-10:20

Paper Session 5 (80Min)

Mobile social media and collaborative learning
Chair: Chiu-Pin Lin

1:1 Learning Technology to Support Collaborative Concept Mapping: A Case Study of Social Studies Lesson in Elementary School (Full Paper) Chiu-Pin Lin, LungHsiang Wong, Yinjuan Shao , Jitti Niramitranon , ChihJong Tong
Orchestrating Learning in a one-to-one Technology Classroom (Full Paper) Jitti Niramitranon, Mike Sharples, Chris Greenhalgh, Chiu-Pin Lin
Collaboration with Mobile Media – Shifting from ‘Participation’ to ‘Co-creation’ (Short Paper) Sarah Lewis, Roy Pea , Joseph Rosen
LORAMS: Sharing Learning Experiences with Social and Ubiquitous Media (Short Paper) Hiroaki Ogata, Toru Misumi, Yoshiki Matsuka, Yoneo Yano
10:20-10:40 Coffee break
10:40-12:15

Paper Session 6 (95Min)

Mobile language learning
Chair: Lung-Hsiang Wong

Mobile-Assisted Vocabulary Learning in Real-Life Setting for Primary School Students: Two Case Studies (Full Paper) Lung-Hsiang Wong, Chee-Kit Looi
Enhancing Emerging Learning Objects with Contextual Metadata Using the Linked Data Approach (Full Paper) Martin Svensson, Arianit Kurti, Marcelo Milrad
Development of Web-based Japanese Mimicry and Onomatopoeia Learning Assistant System with Sensor Network (Short Paper) Bin Hou, Hiroaki Ogata, Masayuki Miyata, Yoneo Yano
The Effect of Situated Mobile Learning on Chinese Rhetoric ability of Elementary School Students (Short Paper) Wen-Jen Hsieh, Po-Sheng Chiu, Tzung-Shi Chen,  Yueh-Min Huang
Heuristics Evaluation Strategy for Mobile Game-Based Learning (mGBL) (Short Paper) Syamsul Bahrin Zaibon, Norshuhada Shiratuddin
12:30-13:30 Closing Ceremony
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Paper Presentation Instruction

1. General facilities in conference rooms:
The conference rooms have a projector, microphones, a laser pointer and a PC laptop computer with Windows XP and Office 2007.

2. Presentation duration: (Full Paper)
Each presentation must follow these time restrictions:
Each presentation has a 25-minute duration; 20 minutes for presentation and 5 minutes for discussion.

3. Presentation duration: (Short Paper)
Each presentation must follow these time restrictions:
Each presentation has a 15-minute duration; 12 minutes for presentation and 3 minutes for discussion.

4. The schedule assigned for each presenter has to be followed strictly; be sure to leave enough time to set up your presentation equipment.

5. Please set up your presentation on conference computers before the session.

6. You are strongly advised to bring some kind of USB memory for your presentation as a backup; if you are planning to use your own laptop computer, you should check the connection with the projector before the session.

7. Taiwan runs 110 volts electricity. Please do bring power converters and adapters if needed for your laptops and other electricity equipments.

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Poster

Authors must mount their posters on the poster boards on April 15 before poster session starts at 10:00am and take them off by 12:00pm. If you would like to keep your poster, you must remove it by 12:00pm on April 15.

The posters must be smaller than the poster board. To mount your posters onto the board, please use thumbtacks. Thumbtacks will be available in the presentation site.

Electricity and Internet connection will not be available for poster presentation.

The size of poster board is H160 x W90 cm and is shown below.
Poster board

Poster board

Posters should be understandable. Posters should be readable from a distance of at least 30 cm. Please use large and easy-to-read letters. Do not use letters less than 1 cm. Please include clear figures and tables. The poster should include the title of your paper, authors, and the affiliation

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