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Title: On-line courseware development
Authors: Chen, San
Keywords: Engineering::Electrical and electronic engineering
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Nanyang Technological University
Project: P3041-182
Abstract: This project is to use the techniques of computer animation and a web platform to develop and develop a group of courseware to assistant teaching. The technique of computer animation is Flash. In this project, I used Adobe Animation CC 2018 (formerly known as Flash) as the animation software to design the courseware. It is a professional software to design the animation courseware. It can add animation, video and interactivity to various areas. For this project, I used Flash to create the courseware of the course of Computer Networks. This animation software will be a great tool to design the courseware to assist teaching. Compared to the traditional tool, Flash is more flexible and powerful for users to create and develop the courseware. The technique of web platform is Weebly. There are various web platforms. In this project, I used Weebly as an online web platform to display the courseware. The animation courseware will be uploaded to Weebly and displayed the content of course on this platform. Students can access Weebly via a website link to watch and learn the course at any time. Animation courseware has flexibility, real-time, intuitive, three-dimensional advantages. It is a modern teaching method to assistant teaching. It plays a critical role in teaching and learning to enhance the learning experience for students.
Schools: School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering 
Fulltext Permission: restricted
Fulltext Availability: With Fulltext
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