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Limitations and Opportunities of System Development Methods in Web Information System Design [chapter]

Lars Bo Eriksen
2000 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
However, the use is limited to an interior organizational perspective: that of the information provider.  ...  The research suggests that future research should pursue the goal of providing better support for making and capturing design decisions about IT, individual, and organizational use from the perspective  ...  In the spirit of OOA&D (Mathias sen et al. 1997), this was done in a bottom up fashion. 1 Interior Perspective An object-oriented data model of static and dynamic relationships between objects and classes  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35505-4_27 fatcat:auclcasiaray3jjm26h62shet4

Developing an Orientating Framework for Strategic Reflection: The Res-AGorA Responsibility Navigator

Ralf Lindner, Stefan Kuhlmann, Bart Walhout
2016 TATuP - Journal for Technology Assessment in Theory and Practice  
In this broader context of projects funded by the EU, the Res-AGorA project had the objective to develop a comprehensive governance framework for RRI (EC 2011b, p. 7f.).  ...  To this end, an impressive number of research projects and coordination activities have been initiated during the recent past.  ...  ., 2016: Responsibility Navigator. In: Lindner, R.; Kuhlmann, S.; Randles, S. et al. (eds.)  ... 
doi:10.14512/tatup.25.2.66 fatcat:p4qfghnxvnfnlkj55pagjm42zq

A longitudinal study of driving instructor guidance from an activity-oriented perspective

V. Boccara, C. Vidal-Gomel, J. Rogalski, P. Delhomme
2015 Applied Ergonomics  
The instructor scaffolding activity was analyzed throughout training e an original approach in the sphere of driving.  ...  Data were based on fine-grained longitudinal analyses of the records of five driving lessons involving four student-instructor dyads.  ...  A driving framework in an oriented activity perspective In line with the hierarchical model of driving, Lefebvre (2001) put forward a driving framework with four integrative components.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.apergo.2014.06.001 pmid:25092434 fatcat:o4vupjbbmzglhhszoic7bm4dja

Training by Using the Web Assessment of a Customer Orientation Course Used at the National Land Survey of Finland

Seija Kotilainen
2015 Baltic Journal of Real Estate Economics and Construction Management  
The second assessment was done by analyzing experiences from trainees. In assessments, qualitative research methods were used.  ...  The theme of this course is to teach basic facts about customer orientation. The first assessment was done by comparing factors of a good online course to the factors found in the online course.  ...  In navigation, it was possible to move between major parts of lessons and it was also possible to select from content topics and lesson logic components. Non-effective issues were also found.  ... 
doi:10.7250/bjreecm.2014.006 fatcat:6twrwx7kjrfvfesinvytwwmzyi

Research for educational change

Mellony Graven
2017 Pythagoras  
Mathematics Discourse in Instruction perspective is particularly interesting in that it is a framework that emerges from the WMCS Project and is a framework that is used, alongside lesson study design  ...  insight into the teaching and learning process.So Anna Sfard analyses the lesson from her commognitive perspective, Jill Adler and Erlinda Ronda from their Mathematics Discourse in Instruction framework  ... 
doi:10.4102/pythagoras.v38i1.380 fatcat:7svksop4fvezpilunpmuhujbgy

Introduction to the computing surveys' electronic symposium on object-oriented application frameworks

Mohamed E. Fayad
2000 ACM Computing Surveys  
The emerging focus on object-oriented enterprise and application frameworks (OOAFs) in the OO community offers software developers both a new vehicle for reuse and a way of capturing the essence of successful  ...  Frameworks evolve over long periods of time. A framework is more than a class hierarchy. It is a miniature application complete with a dynamic as well as a static structure.  ...  "Navigating Between Objects: Lessons from an Object-Oriented Framework Perspective" by G.  ... 
doi:10.1145/351936.351937 fatcat:vhjx5f44vja6vhovwo5sizrcmm

The impact of an intervention program on students' spatial reasoning: student engagement through mathematics-enhanced learning activities

Tom Lowrie, Tracy Logan, Danielle Harris, Mary Hegarty
2018 Cognitive Research  
Participants included 337 students from 15 classrooms across 6 schools with 8 experimental and 7 control classes. The program was designed for grades 3, 4, 5, and 6.  ...  However, there is little research to date on embedding spatial training within learning frameworks.  ...  We thank the editor for his insightful comments on an earlier version of this manuscript. Funding Competing interests The authors declare that they have no competing interests. Publisher's Note  ... 
doi:10.1186/s41235-018-0147-y fatcat:7orrfcvkf5dg3mz4xdbhsucjdm

Building Interdisciplinary Research Capacity: a Key Challenge for Ecological Approaches in Public Health

Lindsay P. Galway, Margot W. Parkes, Diana Allen, Tim K. Takaro
2016 AIMS Public Health  
These lessons include: (i) the need for frameworks that facilitate integration; (ii) emphasize learning-by-doing; (iii) the benefits of examining issues at multiple scales; (iv) make the implicit, explicit  ...  This paper draws on our experiences developing and conducting an interdisciplinary research project exploring the links among climate change, water, and health to highlight five specific insights which  ...  Following Charron we define an approach as "…a mindset that orients a process of inquiry" rather than as a methodology or framework [6] .  ... 
doi:10.3934/publichealth.2016.2.389 pmid:29546171 pmcid:PMC5690363 fatcat:23ktrnhp45eifetqft3xmo7l3u

Dağıtık Biliş Teorisinin Ders Planında Kullanımı: Teori, Model ve Ders Planı

Hamza Polat, Recep Öz
2017 Erzincan Üniversitesi Eğitim Fakültesi Dergisi  
Finally, a lesson plan was prepared based on the CTOM framework according to Gagne's nine events of instruction.  ...  To do so, firstly theoretical orientations of DCog was explained. Then, CTOM framework was criticized by considering the pedagogical functions of DCog.  ...  In order to detect and learn from errors, Hutchins proposed four issues: access, knowledge, attention, and perspective.  ... 
doi:10.17556/erziefd.341974 fatcat:k2qakccbovab7d544lm7i4qyry

Special issue: professional practice, education and learning: a sociomaterial perspective

Madeleine Abrandt Dahlgren, Maria Gustavsson, Andreas Fejes
2018 Studies in Continuing Education  
She concludes that there are lessons to learn from the case of professional learning in allotment gardening. The findings indicate that the 'time' is an important materiality that affects learning.  ...  Such a perspective straddles the boundaries between education and work and provides a fresh gaze on professional learning.  ... 
doi:10.1080/0158037x.2018.1508174 fatcat:5hohz674fvgazexaj7v2s724wm

Exploring Measurement through Coding: Children's Conceptions of a Dynamic Linear Unit with Robot Coding Toys

Lise E. Welch, Jessica F. Shumway, Jody Clarke-Midura, Victor R. Lee
2022 Education Sciences  
Video of an introductory programming lesson was analyzed for evidence of preconceptions and conceptions of a dynamic linear unit.  ...  Cam's association between the forward command and a dynamic linear unit is represented by the double-headed arrow on the ACAT framework between rules and object.  ...  Introduction Learning length measurement in elementary school mathematics involves quantifying the length or distance between two endpoints of an object or space.  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci12020143 fatcat:usk7l36o4vf73bpxlzcyeipi3i

Reviving the past

Athanasios Gaitatzes, Dimitrios Christopoulos, Maria Roussou
2001 Proceedings of the 2001 conference on Virtual reality, archeology, and cultural heritage - VAST '01  
This paper analyzes the interactive virtual environments developed at an institution of informal education and discusses the issues involved in developing immersive interactive virtual archaeology projects  ...  The increasing development of VR technologies has matured enough to expand research from the military and scientific visualization realm into more multidisciplinary areas, such as education, art and entertainment  ...  They can examine the architectural details and landscape from many different perspectives, practice their orientation skills and get to understand the sense of scale, proportion and space as defined by  ... 
doi:10.1145/584993.585011 dblp:conf/vast/GaitatzesCR01 fatcat:2ajfc6hh4zdgrpx7oujxzp3myq

Reviving the past

Athanasios Gaitatzes, Dimitrios Christopoulos, Maria Roussou
2001 Proceedings of the 2001 conference on Virtual reality, archeology, and cultural heritage - VAST '01  
This paper analyzes the interactive virtual environments developed at an institution of informal education and discusses the issues involved in developing immersive interactive virtual archaeology projects  ...  The increasing development of VR technologies has matured enough to expand research from the military and scientific visualization realm into more multidisciplinary areas, such as education, art and entertainment  ...  They can examine the architectural details and landscape from many different perspectives, practice their orientation skills and get to understand the sense of scale, proportion and space as defined by  ... 
doi:10.1145/585009.585011 fatcat:7wpud6uapreqbia5o6xrkcdefe

Design and Implementation of Post-WIMP Distributed User Interfaces with ZOIL

Hans-Christian Jetter, Michael Zöllner, Jens Gerken, Harald Reiterer
2012 International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction  
Therefore, this article introduces the Zoomable Object-Oriented Information Landscape (ZOIL), a novel design approach and software framework for post-WIMP DUIs in interactive spaces.  ...  Lessons learned from ZOIL's implementation are shared, and the implementation is discussed and compared with related work and approaches.  ...  Furthermore, visual links could be established between items to group them and navigate between them.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10447318.2012.715539 fatcat:zwy7m3pqd5dxdec4lauhyyap5m

Orienteering in Geography Education in Japanese High School

Taketo Kobayashi
2019 Proceedings of the ICA  
When dealing with orienteering in school education, it is learning outdoors different from ordinary classroom lessons.  ...  </li> <li>Learning system of orienteering is related to the map learning and field learning perspective, such as related to the map-scale linked with place.  ...  From this lesson plan, two perspectives, course setting and lesson place, are found about difficulty-easiness.  ... 
doi:10.5194/ica-proc-2-63-2019 fatcat:zpf2i3fed5dqtktblo74m5tpu4
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