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Investigation of application sharing systems for teaching purposes in engineering disciplines

Burger, Cora and Papakosta, Stella and Bullinger, Eric and Wagner, Thomas (2002) Investigation of application sharing systems for teaching purposes in engineering disciplines. In: 4th International Conference on New Educational Environment, 2002-05-08 - 2002-05-11.

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Abstract

With portable devices and wireless networks, a new potential is arising to improve teaching in collocated, remote and hybrid scenarios. This can be achieved by a suitable mixture of theoretical and practical elements, where students can try out applications by themselves during lectures. Existing systems for application sharing do not cope with the specific requirements of this environment. Hence, the system SASCIA (System architecture supporting cooperative and interactive applications) has been developed and tested successfully.