Project Archive: eCDF 510 (2005-2006)
Tools for Delivering Scenario-Based E-learning both Locally and Across the Internet
 About the Project
  Aims
  History
  Contacts & Collaborators
  Project Publications
 About the Tools
  PBL-Interactive
  CHALLENGE FRAP
  Support and Updates
 
 Techniques
Storyboarding and Delivering PBLi scenarios
 
 Miscellaneous
 What's New!! (02/4/2009)
 

 

Home >Presentations and Publications

Papers, public reports and power-point presentations pertaining to this project are available from this area of the website.

Conference Presentations

  • Stewart, T.M. (2005). Problem-based scenarios in practice - eLearning for plant disease diagnosis. eFest 2005. Wellington. 19th-22nd September. (Overheads only)
  • Stewart, T.M. and Holmes, P. (2005). What's wrong with this picture? - Constructing and delivering problem-based scenarios for student exploration (Workshop). eFest 2005. Wellington. 19th-22nd September. (Overheads only)
  • Stewart, T.M. and Ong, C. (2006). Software, scenarios and storytelling: eCDF project “tools for delivering scenario-based e-Learning both locally and across the internet”. EFest 2006. Wellington. 27th -29th September. (Overheads only)
  • Stewart T.M., 2007. Jumping the hurdles. Constraints to e-learning uptake and how they can be overcome. EFest 2007. Wellington. 25th-28th June (Overheads only)
  • Stewart, T.M. (2007). Tools and techniques for scenario based e-learning for New Zealand tertiary students: Prototype to adoption. ICT: Providing choices for learners and learning. Proceedings ascilite Singapore 2007. Centre for Educational Development, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, 2-5 December. http://www.ascilite.org.au/conferences/singapore07/procs/. 962-972 (View or download)
  • Galea,V., Stewart, T.M. and Steel, C.H. (2007). Challenge FRAP: An e-learning tool used to scaffold authentic problem-solving processes. ICT: Providing choices for learners and learning. Proceedings ascilite Singapore 2007. Centre for Educational Development, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, 2-5 December. http://www.ascilite.org.au/conferences/singapore07/procs/. 309-320 (View or download)

Published Papers

  • Stewart, T.M., MacIntyre, W.R., Galea, V.J. and Steel, C. (2007). Enhancing Problem-Based Learning Designs with a Single E-Learning Scaffolding Tool: Two case studies using Challenge FRAP. Interactive Learning Environments 15 (1): 77–91 (View or download)
  • Gossman, P., Stewart, T.M., Jaspers, M. and Chapman, B. (2007). Using Web-delivered Problem-based scenarios to introduce students to the diagnostic process in plant protection. Active Learning in Higher Education 8 (2) : 139-153 (View or download)

 

Latest Developments

Click the following for final reports on..

- PBL-interactive
- Challenge FRAP

Delivery of Outputs
- Institutional Visits
- Web Download

- Support/Updates

- View PBLi Scenarios

(Updated 2nd April 2009)


 

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