New Trends and Technologies in Computer-Aided Learning for Computer-Aided Design: IFIP International Working Conference: EduTech 2005, Perth, Australia, October 20-21, 2005 / Edition 1

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"New Trends and Technologies in Computer-Aided Learning for Computer-Aided Design" contains the proceedings from the EduTech Workshop, an IFIP TC-10 Working Conference held in Perth, Australia. The workshop aimed to explore the interrelationship between computer-aided technology and computer-aided learning.

Computation and communication technologies underpin work and development in many different areas. Among them, Computer-Aided Design of electronic systems and E-Learning technologies are two areas which are different but share many concerns. The design of CAD and E-Learning systems already touches on a number of parallels, such as system interoperability, user interfaces, standardization, EML-based formats, reusability aspects (of content or designs), and intellectual property rights. Furthermore, the teaching of Design Automation tools and methods is particularly amenable to a distant or blended learning setting, and implies the interconnection of typical CAD tools, such as simulators or synthesis tools, with e-learning tools.

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Learning Environments.- Globaledu - An Architecture to Support Learning in a Pervasive Computing Environment.- Using Docbook to Aid in The Creation of Learning Content.- A Java Framework to Teach Computer Architecture.- Tools and Application for Education.- Blue Macaw: A Didactic Placement Tool Using Simulated Annealing.- Application of Project/Problem-Based Learning in Microelectronics.- Test Engineering Education in Europe.- Education Technologies and Trends.- Educational Laboratory for the Study of Power Converter Through a Web Browser.- Learning Linguistic Concepts Through the Construction of Dictionaries with a Directed Acyclic Graph Shaped Taxonomy.- Iterative Method for Identification and Mapping of Competences in Curriculum Construction to Computer Science.- Teaching in the Hardware Design Area.- An Interactive Systemc Course Featuring Real-Time Online Compiling and Analysis.- Experiences in Teaching Reconfigurable Computing at Erlangen University.- The Reconfigurable UML Machine Project Group.

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