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By Hongliang Gu, Yuanchun Shi, Guangyou Xu, Yu Chen (auth.), Rynson W. H. Lau, Qing Li, Ronnie Cheung, Wenyin Liu (eds.)

With the speedy improvement of Web-based studying, a brand new set of studying - vironments together with digital study rooms, digital laboratories and digital u- versities are being built. those new studying environments, even though, additionally introduce new difficulties that have to be addressed. at the technical aspect, there's a want for the deployment of e?ective applied sciences on Web-based schooling. at the studying aspect, the cyber mode of studying is particularly di?erent from tra- tional classroom-based studying. at the administration aspect, the institution of a cyber collage imposes very di?erent specifications for the organize. ICWL 2005, the 4th foreign convention on Web-Based studying, was once held in Hong Kong, China from July 31 to August three, 2005, as a endured - tempttoaddressmanyoftheabove-mentionedissues.Followingthegreatsuccess of ICWL 2002 (Hong Kong, China), ICWL 2003 (Australia), and ICWL 2004 (China), ICWL 2005 aimed toward offering progresson the technical, pedagogical, in addition to administration problems with Web-based studying. The convention featured a finished application, together with a couple of tutorials, keynote talks, a primary song containing standard in addition to brief paper shows, and an program tune. We got a complete of ninety nine submissions from world wide. this system Committee chosen 33 papers as standard papers for presentation generally song, an attractiveness cost of approximately 33%. as a result of high quality submissions, the Committee made up our minds to extra settle for nine papers as brief papers for presentation.

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It is essential that the tool remains flexible and extensible so that customization does not become burdensome. With this possibility the tool can be released to other departments within this or other universities in the future. Rigorous testing, however, would be a priority before such event takes place. References 1. : Core J2EE Patterns: Best Practices and Design Strategies, Prentice Hall, 2nd Edition, 2003. 2. : Mathematical Methods in Artificial Intelligence, Wiley-IEEE Computer Society Press, 1st Edition, 1996.

This innovative tool not only enriches student experience through interactive learning but also assists both the student and staff in making the process less time consuming; the end result is higher efficiency and more time for academic learning. 1 Introduction Web-based learning, be it in higher education, corporate, government or health care sector, has been rapidly developing over the past several years. One of the prominent advantages of e-learning is the flexibility of delivery. Asynchronous learning, such as this, allows the learners not only to work at their own set pace but from virtually any location they choose.

The most popular features used by the respondents were the ‘Resources’ and ‘Announcement’. They were the only features used by R1 and R3. Though R1 believed this kind of platform encourages more interaction and discussion, she could think of very little opportunity to integrate other features with the accounting subjects that emphasize on computation. R3 explained that she did not know how to use other features. Among the four ILN users, R5 used the most of the features. According to the respondents’ knowledge, the students mainly used ILN to download learning materials like lecturer notes or exercise solutions.

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