Abstract

Courses today are instructor-centered in that students rely on the instructor and textbook as knowledge sources and offer themselves as “empty vessels” to be filled with facts and skills. We are interested in exploring student-centered learning using multimedia technology. We want to determine how multimedia can be used to empower students to controltheir own learning. In this paper, we report on a small part of our investigation, namely, the development of a framework for implementing engineering case studies in multimedia to facilitate student-centered learning.

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