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Supporting the life-cycle of multimedia and visualization using distributed performance support systems

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3 Author(s)
Bouchlaghem, N. ; Loughborough Univ. of Technol., UK ; Beacham, N. ; Sher, W.

UK Higher Education Institutions have invested significantly in the implementation of multimedia and visualization material in teaching, learning and assessment of civil and building engineering-with mixed results. The paper focuses on the use and life cycle of digital imagery and visualization material, which is embedded within multimedia teaching aids to improve student understanding. It describes ways in which these materials are developed and used in the civil and building engineering curriculum and, in particular, how distributed performance support systems can be applied to make more effective use of digital imagery and visualization material. Following this, the paper then describes how a distributed performance support system approach to education is being adopted at Loughborough University as part of the CAL-Visual project. After highlighting the main aims and objectives of the project, the paper concludes by discussing some of the issues encountered during the design and implementation of a distributed performance support system

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Information Visualization, 1999. Proceedings. 1999 IEEE International Conference on

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1999

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