A repository of real-world examples for students and academics
|A repository of real-world examples for students and academics|
|Published in||International Conference on Information Society, i-Society 2011|
|Keyword(s)||Community developed teaching tools, Internet based teaching aids, Online repository, Teaching of electronic circuits, Wiki (Extra: General publics, Internet based, Large database, Online repositories, Online repository, Teaching tools, Undergraduate curricula, University curricula, Wiki, Curricula, Information science, Students, E-learning)|
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A repository of real-world examples for students and academics is a 2011 conference paper written in English by Choubey B. and published in International Conference on Information Society, i-Society 2011.
This paper reports the development of an online repository of real world examples related to concepts taught in a typical undergraduate curricula. Designed as a moderated wiki, the repository allows academics to upload as well as download such examples for use in their teaching. Simultaneously, it provides a large database of applications to students to correlate with their studies. In addition, it also provides an insight into university curriculum for parents as well as general public.
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