“Web-Based Teaching of Computer Graphics: Concepts and Realization of an Interactive Online Course” by Klein, Hanisch and Straßer

  • ©Reinhard Klein, Frank Hanisch, and Wolfgang Straßer

  • ©Reinhard Klein, Frank Hanisch, and Wolfgang Straßer

  • ©Reinhard Klein, Frank Hanisch, and Wolfgang Straßer

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    Web-Based Teaching of Computer Graphics: Concepts and Realization of an Interactive Online Course

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    Topics within computer graphics still cannot be adequately presented and explored with traditional teaching methodologies and tools. An integrative approach to combine lectures, examples, programming exercises, documentation, supported by a common sophisticated interface, is greatly needed. In this paper, we discuss and present the concept, realization, evaluation, and experiences of a computer graphics course that was developed at our lab to focus on this need. It is one of the first complete computer graphics course on the World Wide Web combining course text, programmed examples, and course exercises in a common hypertext framework.


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    We would like to thank A. Schilling for useful discussions and G. Rössner and R. Schwering for their immense implementation efforts in realizing the system.


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