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The Development of a Multimedia Instructional CD-ROM/Web Page for Engineering Graphics
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Crown, S.W. (1999). The Development of a Multimedia Instructional CD-ROM/Web Page for Engineering Graphics. In B. Collis & R. Oliver (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 1999 (pp. 1026-1031). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
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The positive response to a tutorial video tape developed for an engineering graphics class ultimately lead to the development of a comprehensive multimedia instructional CD-ROM/ web page. The project in its current state consists of an integrated web site with links to hours of tutorial movies, lecture presentations of all class lectures, web-based games that reinforce significant course topics, and a series of interactive web-based quizzes. The through discussion of the specific methods and tools used to develop each component of the project is presented including a discussion of the many challenges encountered. A realistic picture is painted of how the project both positively and negatively has impacted the course and individual students. A detailed estimation of the overall time investment made in the development of the project provides a reference for those considering undertaking a similar project. The overall outcome of the project was positive and has led to an expansion of the project to include the offering of an on-line graphics course and the development of similar work for other engineering courses.
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