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Showing all 10 Publications linked to Sylvia Truman
My background is in Information Systems, in particular, the development of e-learning systems. My PhD concerned the presentation a generative framework for creative learning to be used as a design support tool for e-learning.This was demonstrated through a music composition program called SoundScape.
I worked as an E-Learning Designer on the G-LEARN project which is an e-learning program designed to assist students with decision making in approaching city planning.
Keys: E-Learning, Creativity, Constructivist Theory, Collaborative Learning, Human Computer Interaction
Zdrahal, Z., Mulholland, P., Truman, S. and Smid, M. (2009) G-LEARN: Using constraint modelling to teach geographical principles, Interactive Computer Aided Learning, ICL 2009, Villach, Austria
Smid, M., Truman, S., Mulholland, P., Zdrahal, Z. and Crouch, S. (2009) G-LEARN: An exploratory learning environment for school geography level, Znalosti 2009, Brno, Czech Republic, pp. 213-224, Vydavatel'stvo STU, Bratislava, ISBN 978-80-227-3015-0
Truman, S. and Mulholland, P. (2006) Designing educational software to enhance the creative learning experience: An integrative framework, the BCS HCI Group Conference HCI 2006 Engage, Queen Mary, University of London., 2
Truman, S. and Mulholland, P. (2005) A computer assisted approach towards music composition in the classroom: facilitating creativity in mainstream education, The Leeds International Music Technology in Education Conference, Leeds College of Music
Truman, S. and Mulholland, P. (2005) Bridging social learning and creativity: an integrative framework for collaborative-creative music composition within the classroom, Society for Education, Music and Psychology Research (SEMPRE) Conference: Musical Creativity in Culture and Mind, Faculty of Music, University of Cambridge
Truman, S. and Mulholland, P. (2005) A creative alternative to music notation: exploiting visual metaphors to encourage musical creativity in school aged children, Fourth International Conference on Musical Understanding, School of Education and Lifelong Learning. University of Exeter, pp. 47 - 48
Truman, S. and Mulholland, P. (2005) A computer assisted approach towards music composition in the classroom: facilitating creativity in mainstream education, The Leeds International Music Technology Education Conference
Truman, S., Mulholland, P. and Badii, A. (2005) A Creative Alternative to Music Notation: Exploiting Visual Metaphors to Encourgage Musical Creativity in School Aged Children, Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Musical Understanding
Truman, S., Mulholland, P. and Badii, A. (2005) Bridging Social Learning and Creativity: An Integrative Framework for Collaborative-Creative Music Composition within the Classroom, Proceedings of the Society for Education, Music and Psychology research (SEMPRE) Conference; Musical Creativity in Culture and Mind
Truman, S. and Mulholland, P. (2005) How can we advance the potential for learning via technology? It's all in the CREATIVE design, 9th Human Centred Technology Workshop: Advancing the Potential for Communication, Learning and Interaction, Brighton, pp. 9 - 12