Realization of a Platform-Independent Web-Application for Engineering Education
Keywords:E-Learning, Engineering Education, Google Web Toolkit, Mobile Learning, Web-Application
In this paper an approach to realizing a web-based and interactive learning environment for engineering education is presented which is runnable on conventional desktop computers as well as on modern mobile devices such as tablets or smartphones. The presented course program is intended to supplement traditional lectures and text books at the Helmut Schmidt University, Hamburg.
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