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By Margarita Esponda Argüero, Raúl Rojas (auth.), Wenyin Liu, Yuanchun Shi, Qing Li (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3540225420

ISBN-13: 9783540225423

With the swift improvement of Web-based studying and new strategies like digital cla- rooms, digital laboratories and digital universities, many concerns must be addressed. at the technical aspect, there's a want for powerful know-how for deployment of W- dependent education.On the educational part, the cyber mode of studying is especially varied from classroom-based studying. How can educational developmentcope with this new form of studying? at the administration part, the institution of the cyber college - poses very diversified standards for the set-up. Does industry-university partnership supply an answer to addressing the technological and administration matters? Why will we have to standardize e-learning and what will we do already? As with many different new advancements, extra study is required to set up the ideas and top perform for Web-based studying. ICWL 2004, the third foreign convention on Web-Based studying, used to be held on the Tsinghua college (Beijing, China) from August eighth to eleventh, 2004, as a persevered try and handle a few of the above-mentioned concerns. Following the good successes of ICWL 2002 (Hong Kong) and ICWL 2003 (Australia), ICWL 2004 aimed toward p- senting new development within the technical, pedagogical, in addition to administration problems with Web-based studying. The convention featured a accomplished application, together with an instructional consultation, a keynote speak, a primary song for normal paper displays, and an - dustrial song. We acquired a hundred and twenty papers and authorised merely fifty eight of them primarily song for either oral and poster presentations.

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A Petri Net is a directed, connected and bipartite graph in which each node is either a place or a transition. The edges of this graph connect the transitions to the places or the places to the transitions. The places contain tokens or marks, which go from place to place by crossing the transitions according to crossing rules. Formally [2], a Petri net is defined as a flow relation < P; T; W > where P is a finite set of places, T is a finite set of transitions and W is a set of directed edges (flow relation).

Keywords: E-learning, web-based learning, Asynchronous Learning Networks, online conference, online discussion, computer-mediated communication, Asynchronous communication, activity theory, instructional design. 1 Introduction With Internet technology advances, more and more traditional courses are being taught online. In particular, at the Simon Fraser University (SFU) Surrey campus, most undergraduate courses have a significant online component which covers between 33 percent to 100 percent of the course time.

1 Introduction With Internet technology advances, more and more traditional courses are being taught online. In particular, at the Simon Fraser University (SFU) Surrey campus, most undergraduate courses have a significant online component which covers between 33 percent to 100 percent of the course time. Web conferencing via asynchronous communication is the most frequently used technology for online courses. However, the experience at SFU Surrey indicates that some instructors use Asynchronous Learning Networks (ALN) quite effectively, while others do not.

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