Book Volume 5613 2009

Human-Computer Interaction. Interacting in Various Application Domains

13th International Conference, HCI International 2009, San Diego, CA, USA, July 19-24, 2009, Proceedings, Part IV


ISBN: 978-3-642-02582-2 (Print) 978-3-642-02583-9 (Online)

Table of contents (83 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

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  2. eLearning and Education

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-1

    2. Chapter

      Pages 3-11

      Arab Children’s Reading Preference for Different Online Fonts

    3. Chapter

      Pages 12-20

      Adaptation Decisions and Profiles Exchange among Open Learning Management Systems Based on Agent Negotiations and Machine Learning Techniques

    4. Chapter

      Pages 21-30

      Accessing e-Learning Systems via Screen Reader: An Example

    5. Chapter

      Pages 31-38

      Using Tablet PCs and Pen-Based Technologies to Support Engineering Education

    6. Chapter

      Pages 39-48

      Optimal Affective Conditions for Subconscious Learning in a 3D Intelligent Tutoring System

    7. Chapter

      Pages 49-57

      Computer-Based Learning to Improve Breast Cancer Detection Skills

    8. Chapter

      Pages 58-67

      Virtual Classroom and Communicability: Empathy and Interaction for All

    9. Chapter

      Pages 68-77

      Communicability for Virtual Learning: Evaluation

    10. Chapter

      Pages 78-87

      Attention and Motivation in Hypermedia Systems

    11. Chapter

      Pages 88-93

      A Web-Based, Interactive Annotation Editor for the eCampus Development Environment for SCORM Compliant E-Learning Modules

    12. Chapter

      Pages 94-100

      An Innovative Way of Understanding Learning Processes: Eye Tracking

    13. Chapter

      Pages 101-110

      A Set of Rules and Strategies for UNSAM Virtual Campus

    14. Chapter

      Pages 111-118

      HCI Professional Involvement in k-12 Education: On Target or Missing the Mark?

    15. Chapter

      Pages 119-128

      A Language Learning System Utilizing RFID Technology for Total Physical Response Activities

    16. Chapter

      Pages 129-139

      Promoting Metacognition in Immersive Cultural Learning Environments

    17. Chapter

      Pages 140-148

      The Application of the Flexilevel Approach for the Assessment of Computer Science Undergraduates

    18. Chapter

      Pages 149-155

      Development of Ubiquitous On-Demand Study Support Environment for Nursing Students

    19. Chapter

      Pages 156-165

      The Effects of Prior Knowledge on the Use of Adaptive Hypermedia Learning Systems

    20. Chapter

      Pages 166-175

      Supporting Learners in Adaptive Learning Environments through the Enhancement of the Student Model

    21. Chapter

      Pages 176-185

      The Concept of IMPRESSION: An Interactive Instruction System and Its Practice for Real-Time Distance Lessons between U.S. and Japan

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