By Hongliang Gu, Yuanchun Shi, Guangyou Xu, Yu Chen (auth.), Rynson W. H. Lau, Qing Li, Ronnie Cheung, Wenyin Liu (eds.)
With the quick improvement of Web-based studying, a brand new set of studying - vironments together with digital school rooms, digital laboratories and digital u- versities are being constructed. those new studying environments, in spite of the fact that, additionally introduce new difficulties that have to be addressed. at the technical aspect, there's a desire for the deployment of e?ective applied sciences on Web-based schooling. at the studying facet, the cyber mode of studying is especially di?erent from tra- tional classroom-based studying. at the administration part, the institution of a cyber college imposes very di?erent specifications for the arrange. ICWL 2005, the 4th overseas convention on Web-Based studying, used to be held in Hong Kong, China from July 31 to August three, 2005, as a persisted - tempttoaddressmanyoftheabove-mentionedissues.Followingthegreatsuccess of ICWL 2002 (Hong Kong, China), ICWL 2003 (Australia), and ICWL 2004 (China), ICWL 2005 aimed toward featuring progresson the technical, pedagogical, in addition to administration problems with Web-based studying. The convention featured a accomplished application, together with a few tutorials, keynote talks, a chief song containing ordinary in addition to brief paper shows, and an program tune. We got a complete of ninety nine submissions from around the globe. this system Committee chosen 33 papers as ordinary papers for presentation primarily song, an reputation cost of approximately 33%. as a result of the top of the range submissions, the Committee determined to additional settle for nine papers as brief papers for presentation.
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