I'm looking for a well experienced researcher with good presentation skills
who use the Atlas for analyzing learning and teaching interactions...for
collaboration in delivering a 3-4 hours workshop at the coming m-ICTE 2005.
(see elaboration info on my homepage
Participation in Program Committees of International Conferences:
m-ICTE2005, <http://www.formatex.org/micte2005/> Third International
Conference on Multimedia and ICTs in Education, Caceres (Spain), June 8-10th
2005, International Advisory Board.
The m-ICTE 2005 is an international conf, for practitioners and researches
in Education. 600 participated in the last m-ICTE 2003 conference in person
+ 1000 virtual participants.
The idea of the suggested workshop is to cooperate my expertise in analyzing
Video info of real-time interactions with someone how analyze textual data
(e.x: an-sincro. forums...). The participants would be exposed to different
(complementary computerized tools and analyzing methodologies. They will
also gain better understanding on the conceptual framework of conducting a
research on analyzing real-time interactions by using computerized tools,
and the pro & cons.
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Elchanan Gazit
LIRT Lab, Institute for Interdisciplinary Applications of Computer Science
The Caesarea Rothschild Institute, University of Haifa
Mount Carmel, Haifa 31905, Israel
Office: Education building, room 565
E-mail: <mailto:gazit@cri.haifa.ac.il> gazit@cri.haifa.ac.il
Phone (work) +972+4+8288371/2
(cell) +972+545+277800
E-mail (home): <mailto:vrlearn1@netvision.net.il> vrlearn1@netvision.net.il

Telfax (home): 972+3+5405974
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