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This book comes from an IFIP conference on computer graphics and education held in Spain in 1991. The aim of the conference was to bring together some of the most active people in the field internationally to - examine the current state of graphics technology for education - discuss how education is taking advantage of graphics - consider changes in educational systems to increase the use of graphics - project what graphics technologies will be available in five years for educational use. The book contains papers from speakers and participants in the conference as well as reports from conference working groups. The papers are devided into three groups: - multimedia and hypermedia - visual thinking and visualization - classroom experiences. The reader will get a good understanding of the breadth of opportunity offered by computer graphics as an educational tool, will see a number of current and emerging educational applications of graphics to education that challenge us to see graphics in our own teaching, and will have a better understanding of the direction graphics technologies are taking that can greatly increase the educational opportunities they offer.
|Statement||edited by Steve Cunningham, Roger J. Hubbold|
|Series||IFIP Series on Computer Graphics, IFIP series on computer graphics|
|Contributions||Hubbold, Roger J.|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] :|
|Pagination||1 online resource (VI, 284 pages 94 illustrations, 45 illustrations in color.).|
|Number of Pages||284|
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This book contains a selection of papers presented at the Computer Graphics and Education '91 Conference, held from 4th to 6th Apri, in Begur, Spain. The conference was organised under the auspic Interactive Learning Through Visualization The Impact of Computer Graphics in Education.
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Summary Sheet This worksheet contains a collection of research papers at the intersection of interactive surfaces and visualization. If you know of additional papers, please send an email to: [email protected], [email protected] Also feel free to leave comments to correct informati.
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