The scope of the conference includes, but is not limited to, the following major topics as they relate to the educational and developmental aspects ofmultimedia/hypermedia and telecommunications:1. Infrastructure: (in the large)- Architectures for Educational Technology Systems- Design of Distance Learning Systems- Distributed Learning Environments- Methodologies for system design- Multimedia/Hypermedia Systems- WWW-based course-support systems2. Tools & Content-oriented Applications:- Agents- Authoring tools- Evaluation of impact- Interactive Learning Environments- Groupware tools- Multimedia/Hypermedia Applications- Research perspectives- Virtual Reality- WWW-based course sites- WWW-based learning resources- WWW-based tools3. New Roles of the Instructor & Learner:- Constructivist perspectives- Cooperative/collaborative learning- Implementation experiences- Improving Classroom Teaching- Instructor networking- Instructor training and support- Pedagogical Issues- Teaching/Learning Strategies4. Human-computer Interaction (HCI/CHI):- Computer-Mediated Communication- Design principles- Usability/user studies- User interface design5. Cases & Projects:- Country-Specific Developments- Exemplary projects- Institution-specific cases- Virtual universities6. Special Strand: ** Universal Web Accessibility **
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