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Optim : an Open Platform for Teaching Interactively with Multimedia

Abstract : In this paper, we propose an open framework for teachers and lecturers in science, to help them write their pedagogical documents with both static textual parts, and interactive and multimedia content. This framework will also allow them to factorize the structure common to all this documents into classes, and to free themselves from all other design considerations. Moreover, OPTIM allows authors to build interactive parts of these documents without any programming skills. The author can focus his attention to the pedagogical aspects, leaving the GUI generation to our engine. The computational code the teacher supplied, and that provides numerical values displayed by the GUI can be developed in various programming languages.
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Henri Delebecque. Optim : an Open Platform for Teaching Interactively with Multimedia. International Association for Development of the Information Society (IADIS-WWW/Internet 2004), Oct 2004, Madrid, Spain. pp.52-59. ⟨hal-00262333⟩



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