Virtual tutorials, Wikipedia books, and multimedia-based teaching for blended learning support in a course on algorithms and data structures
|Virtual tutorials, Wikipedia books, and multimedia-based teaching for blended learning support in a course on algorithms and data structures|
|Author(s)||Knackmuss J., Creutzburg R.|
|Published in||Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering|
|Keyword(s)||blended learning, m-learning systems, mobile learning, virtual tutorials, Wikipedia books (Extra: Blended learning, M-Learning, Mobile Learning, virtual tutorials, Wikipedia, Algorithms, Animation, Data structures, Learning systems, Mobile devices, Students, Teaching)|
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Virtual tutorials, Wikipedia books, and multimedia-based teaching for blended learning support in a course on algorithms and data structures is a 2014 conference paper written in English by Knackmuss J., Creutzburg R. and published in Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering.
The aim of this paper is to describe the benefit and support of virtual tutorials, Wikipedia books and multimedia-based teaching in a course on Algorithms and Data Structures. We describe our work and experiences gained from using virtual tutorials held in Netucate iLinc sessions and the use of various multimedia and animation elements for the support of deeper understanding of the ordinary lectures held in the standard classroom on Algorithms and Data Structures for undergraduate computer sciences students. We will describe the benefits, form, style and contents of those virtual tutorials. Furthermore, we mention the advantage of Wikipedia books to support the blended learning process using modern mobile devices. Finally, we give some first statistical measures of improved student's scores after introducing this new form of teaching support.
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