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Supporting the Teaching of Computer Graphics, Visualization, Multimedia and Virtual Environments

By Workshop Report May, Introduction Ken Brodlie and Anne Mumford

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The rapid emergence of the World Wide Web and its associated tools has provided educators with an opportunity to incorporate this technology into their courses. The author has developed a Web based system for class presentation and class text that includes HTML and PDF documents, VRML worlds, and Java applets. His students use HTML for project reports and examinations. In addition, the computer graphics students learn VRML in the first course. This has enabled the paperless class to become a reality. Introduction Educational institutions need to take advantage of World Wide Web (WWW) technology to deliver instructional materials. The state of Georgia and the entire USA is in the process of enhancing the Internet to create an "Information Superhighway". The goal is the high speed delivery of information and entertainment into homes, offices and schools. We as academics need to leverage this effort by creating multimedia instructional materials that can be delivered, via this high sp..

Year: 2007
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