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Optim : Authoring Interactive Teaching Document with Minimal Programming Cost

Abstract : This paper describes an open framework for teachers and lecturers in science. It will help them write their teaching documents even if these documents include interactive or multimedia content, leaving the entire presentation burden to the OPTIM rendering engine. This framework will also allow the global editor to define the authoring language automatically, and to put the structure common to sets of documents into classes for subsequent reuse. Moreover, OPTIM gives the authors a way to insert interactive parts into their documents without any GUI programming skills.
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Henri Delebecque. Optim : Authoring Interactive Teaching Document with Minimal Programming Cost. World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunication. (ED-MEDIA 2005), Jun 2005, Montreal, Canada. pp.3417-3422. ⟨hal-00262339⟩



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