Programme of the Conference

Programme of the Conference

 

I. Theoretical and Methodical Aspects of Distance learning

 

Eugenia Smyrnova-Trybulska (Poland)

About Some Basic Aspects of Distance Learning

 

Jana Kapounova (Czech Republic)

Evaluation of E-learning Courses

 

Halina Widła, Izabela Mrochen, Ewa Półtorak (Poland)

Gradual Development of Education with the Use of Distance Learning Methods and Techniques

 

Kateřina Kostolányová (Czech Republic)

New Approaches of Information Technology Applied in Education

 

Jiří Pavlíček (Czech Republic)

E-course Management in the Virtual International Environment

 

Dominik Vymětal, Jindřich Vaněk (Czech Republic)

E-Learning Application in Distance Education

 

Michal Burda, Lukáš Zoubek (Czech Republic)

Mining Knowledge from Educational Data

 

Miroslav Hrubý (Czech Republic)

Formal Description of Electronic Questions

 

II. Practical Aspects of Distance Learning and Successful Examples of E-learning….

 

1.1.Distance Learning of the Humanities

 

Eugenia Smyrnova-Trybulska, Joanna Jakubiec-Bontko, Liliana Kałafatiuk, Ryszard Kalamarz, Katarzyna Kiszka, Agata Matuga (Poland)

Distant Language Courses in the Project ”University as a Partner of the Knowledge Economy” (UPGOW)

 

Anna Ślósarz (Poland)

On the Theory, Practice and Didactics of Utilization of Web Sites for Educational Purposes by Teachers of Polish Language

 

Remigiusz Kopoczek, Katarzyna Kroczek-Wasińska (Poland)

Artistic Education Based on E-Learning

 

1.2.Distance Learning of Science and Mathematics

 

Erica Mechlova, Libuse Svecova, Libor Konicek, Martin Malcik (Czech Republic)

Conditions for E-Learning at Secondary Schools in the Czech Republic

 

Jacek Grudzień (Poland)

The Implementation of Professional Subjects Teaching Supporting Courses at the Higher School of Information Technology (HSIT) in Katowice

 

Agnieszka Heba (Poland)

Information and Communication Technologies in the Process of Developing Mathematical Competences among High School Students

 

Wojciech Sala (Poland)

Supporting the Education Process in Secondary School by Distance Learning

 

III. Development of Teachers’ Computer Competencies for Use in E-learning

 

Ingrid Nagyová (Czech Republic)

Information Literacy of Students of Pedagogy

 

Eugenia Smyrnova-Trybulska (Poland)

Use of the Distance Learning Platform of the Faculty of Ethnology and Sciences of Education in Cieszyn (University of Silesia in Katowice) in the Teachers Training

 

Klaudia Błaszczyk (Poland)

Expectations Towards Web-Based Distance Education Teachers

 

IV. Multimedia and E-learning Systems in Distance Learning

 

Jindřich Vaněk, Petr Suchánek (Czech Republic)

E-Learning and its Multimedia and Control Support at School of Business Administration in Karviná .

 

Milena Janáková (Czech Republic)

E-Learning and Training for the Support of Competitive Advantage in Practice

 

Aleš Oujezdský (Czech Republic)

Multimedia in Education

 

Łukasz Tomczyk (Poland)

Graphical User Interface in E-Learning Systems Dedicated for Seniors

 

V. PSYCHOLOGICAL, social and lEGAL aspects of DISTANCE LEARNING

 

Maria Ledzińska (Poland)

E-Learning  and  the   Fulfillment  of Certain Postulates of Contemporary  Psychology  of  Teaching

 

Franz Feiner (Austria)

On the Necessity of Social Phases in (E-) Learning - Neurobiological Reasons

 

Adam Adamski (Poland)

Biocomputer Support in Education and Medicine

 

Ján Skalka, Martin Drlík (Slovak Republic)

The Plagiarism Prevention and Revelation in Distance Education 

 

 

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