5th Workshop on Multimedia in Physics Teaching and Learning

Vienna, 8th-10th October 2000


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Sunday, October 8th 2000:

15:00-19:00 Registration desk at Schloß Wilhelminenberg (Map and description could be print out for the taxi driver)
19:00- Informal gathering at Hotel Schloss Wilhelminenberg

Monday, October 9th 2000:

9:00- 9:30 P. Habison (Kuffner Observatory), H.-J. Jodl (Univ.Kaiserslautern), H. Oberhummer (TU Wien):
Welcome and Introduction
Invited talks
9:30-10:30 E. Patterson (United States Air Force Academy):
Using the Web for Physics Teaching and Learning: "Just-in-Time Teaching (JiTT)"
10:30-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-12:00 W. Bauer, Michigan State University:
Multimedia Collaborative Content Creation - How we can make the best use of each other's work
Web-based Lectures
12:00-12:30 P. Gruber, TU Wien:
The LTWO-System: an integrated approach to affordable e-education
12:30-13:00 S. Assem, TU Wien:
The multimedia webbased Learning/Teaching/Writing/Organising System of ESPACE
13:00-14:00 Lunch
14:00-14:30 H.-J. Jodl, Univ. Kaiserslautern:
First Approaches to Multimedia Enhanced Physics Lectures at University Level
14:30-15:00 M. Bianucci, Univ. Parma:
EDUMAT, a Multimedial Course on Materials Science
15:00-15:30 M. Bianucci, Univ. Parma:
"Dal Silicio al Computer": a multimedia course on the Physics of semiconductor materials and on electronic devices
15:30-16:00 Coffee break
16:00-16:30 M. Mantler, TU Wien:
Virtual-XRF: A teaching tool for introducing physics (and chemistry)students into methods of materials characterization
16:30-17:00 J. Venables, Arizona State University & University of Sussex:
17:00-17:30 F. Vesely, Univ. Vienna:
Boltzmann's dream. Statistical Physics in the introductory course
17:30-18:00 H. Bögel, Univ. Halle:
WWW based Teaching and Learning "The STRUCTURE of MOLECULES"
19:00- Visit of Viennese Wine Cellar (Heurigen)

Tuesday, October 10th 2000:

Invited talk
9:00-10:00 W. Christian, Davidson College:
Designing Advanced Interactive Physics Exercises
Use of multimedia
10:00-10:30 H. Hilscher, Univ. Augsburg:
Report on MuPhy
10:30-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-11:30 A. Likar, Univ. Ljubljana:
Essential Guidelines for Writing Physics Animation Software - A Tested Approach
11:30-12:00 F. Schweickert, Univ. Kaiserslautern:
FiPS - Physics and Distance Learning
12:00-12:30 D. Roth, Univ. Kaiserslautern:
Use of Multimedia for the Preparation in Physics Students Lab
12:30-13:00 M. Bianucci, Univ. Parma:
Promotion of Didactics and Scientific Divulgation Through the Production of Multimedia
13:00-14:00 Lunch
14:00-14:30 T. Hoecke, Univ. Gent
Learningware for a Quantum Physics Course and additional applications
14:30-15:30 Discussion
15:30-16:30 Future developments