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Conference Program

DIVAI 2010 - Program

DIVAI 2010 – Distance Learning in Applied Informatics  
Conference Program  
      May 4, 2010  
15:00 18:00   Registration  
18:00 19:00   Welcome Party  
      May 5, 2010  
7:30 8:30   Registration  
8:30 9:00   Opening Ceremony  
      Keynote Lectures   
9:00 9:40   Human versus Computer Intelligence  in E-learning Process  
      Boris Aberšek  
9:40 10:20   First Year Students` Experiences with Technology:  The Case of Lithuania  
      Vincentas Lamanauskas, Violeta Šlekienė, Loreta Ragulienė  
10:20 10:35   Coffee Break  
10:35 11:15   E-Portfolio as the Adaptive E-Learning Tool  
      Jan Lojda  
11:15 11:55   Individual Learning Styles and E-Learning  
      Petra Poulová  
11:55 12:10   The Use of Simulation Game in Education Process and Its Interconnection
to LMS
      Mikuláš Gangur  
12:10 12:25   Searching Eastwards  
      Alena Mašláňová  
12:25 12:40   E-Learning in the Courses of Life Long Learning  
      Hana Marešová  
12:40 12:55   E-Learning Supported Lifelong Learning: Leonardo  Da Vinci Projects Innoskills and Faster  
      Jiří Vacek, Dana Egerová  
13:00 14:00   Lunch Break  
15:00 18:00   Trip to Esztergom and Štúrovo  
19:00     Reception  
      May 6, 2010  
9:00 9:20   Psychological and Pedagogical Challenges in B-Learning  
      Sławomir Postek, Maria Ledzińska  
9:20 9:40   On Experience in the Delivery of E-Learning-Assisted Lifelong Learning  
      Eugenia Smyrnova-Trybulska  
9:40 10:00   E-Learning and the Relevance of Digital Competencies  of Teachers  
      Mateja Pšunder, Mateja Ploj Virtič  
10:00 10:20   The Implementation of the Teaching Support System  in the Complex
of Economic-Gastronomic Schools  for Computer Science Technicians
      Jacek Grudzień  
10:20 10:35   Coffee Break  
10:35 10:55   ICT in Literature Education for Children with Special Needs  
      Metka Kordigel Aberšek  
10:55 11:15   Information and Communication Technologies and  E-Learning in the Opinion
of Teachers and Students  of Secondary Schools in Poland
      Agnieszka Heba  
11:15 11:35   Semantic Utilities and E-Learning  
      Tomáš Gregar, Tomáš Pitner, Miroslav Warchil, Jan Mudrák,  Ondřej Zezula, Jakub Talaš, Igor Zemský, Zdeněk Lévek  
11:35 11:55   New Possibilities for Virtualization Not Only in Education  
      Petr Halamíček, Arnošt Motyčka  
11:55 12:15   Adaptive Techniques Usage Dependency for the Curriculum  
      Jozef Kapusta, Michal Munk  
12:15 12:35   Adaptive E-Learning in Area Operating and Database Systems  
      Milena Janáková  
12:35 12:55   Managing Educational Process in LMS with Using Petri Nets  
      Cyril Klimeš, Zoltán Balogh  
12:55 13:15   Towards the Reflection of Virtual Learning Environment  
      Martin Bílek, Ilona Semrádová, Ivana Šimonová  
13:15 14:00   Lunch Break  
14:00 14:20   The Possibilities of Evaluation and Implementation  of Statistics Module
in the LMS Moodle
      Peter Kuna, Martin Magdin  
14:20 14:40   LMS Moodle as the Tool for Evaluation of Presentations  by the Audience  
      Miroslava Mesárošová  
14:40 15:00   Electronic Automated Evaluated Tests in the Subjects  of Programming  
      Martin Cápay  
15:00 15:20   Implementation of Interactive Equipment in Informatics Education  
      Martin Vozár  
15:20 15:40   Continual Education of Teachers by the Means  of Accredited Educational Program  with E-Learning Support  
      Mária Burianová, Martin Magdin  
15:40 16:00   Functions, Calculus, and Linear Systems in School Mathematics with MS Excel  
      Ján Beňačka  
16:00 16:20   Network Learning Activities Based on Collaboration  
      Gabriela Lovászová, Viera Palmárová, Júlia Tomanová  
16:20 16:40   Virtualization as New Approach for Raising Efficiency  in Distance Learning  
      Peter Švec, Martin Drlík, Ján Skalka  
16:40     Closing Ceremony  

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