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Overview

This book discusses the development of new models, methods, and tools to support the design and production of (computer-based) learning material.
The contributions describe a number of projects that represent the state of the art of European research on courseware authoring, with a special attention to simulation-based learning material. Researchers in instructional science and educational technology, trainers, teachers, and professionals involved or interested in the development of learning material will find valuable ideas, clues and references in this book. Some of the relevant topics that emerge from the papers are: the separation of the conceptual representation of the knowledge to be taught from the instructional strategies and from the actual pieces of multimedia learning material; the support of all the phases of the authoring process, including the most abstract at the design stage; collaborative approaches and reuse techniques.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780792330202
  • Publisher: Springer Netherlands
  • Publication date: 7/1/1994
  • Series: Diverse Series
  • Edition description: 1994
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 253
  • Product dimensions: 0.75 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 6.14 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction. Designing Interactive Learning; P. Barker. ECSA: an Environment to Design and Instantiate Learning Material; M. Grandbastien, E. Gavignet. DISCourse: Tools for the Design of Learning Material; H. Mispelkamp, L. Sarti. Production of Interactive Multimedia Courseware with Mathesis; N. Benamou, A. Celentano. Open System for Collaborative Authoring and Reuse; A. Ulloa. COSYS — an Approach to Production of Flexible Learning Material; P. Busch, M. Ringsted, H. Shapiro, F. Grønboek. DISCOURSE: the Design and Production of Simulation-Based Learning Environments; K. Tait. SMISLE: System for Multimedia Integrated Simulation Learning Environments; T. de Jong, W. van Joolingen, D. Scott, R. de Hoog, L. Lapied, R. Valent. SAM, Simulation And Multimedia; P. van Rosmalen. COLOS: Conceptual Learning Of Science; H. Härtel. Towards a Common Training Architecture for FDL: Description and Definition; W.A. Verreck, H.G. Weges. Author Index. Subject Index.
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