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Interactive multimedia development for mixed-signal design and test education

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3 Author(s)
Newman, K.E. ; Denver Univ., CO, USA ; Maitra, S. ; Meshram, M.M.

The pervasive nature of Internet has opened new and exciting avenues in the area of engineering and technical education. At the University of Denver, we are developing high-quality programs for undergraduate and graduate education that leverage classroom interaction with multimedia content to provide students of all learning styles with a customized environment. The themes of this paper will include an overview of current methods for developing this content, applications of this content in the emerging field of mixed-signal design and test, and future directions for this educational method as it relates to the creation of an enhanced learning environment. Examples will be provided of learning tools as they relate to the application of testing standards and practical circuit implementation. Additionally an assessment strategy will be developed for dissemination through the World Wide Web so that professionals and students at remote locations will have access to the content free of charge.

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Electronic Components and Technology Conference, 2005. Proceedings. 55th

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31 May-3 June 2005