Development of Massive Open Online Courses Based on 3D Computer Graphics and Multimedia
Keywords:online course, laboratory practical work, distance educational technologies, multimedia, computer graphics, content, interactive training
This work is devoted to the creation of a laboratory workshop (virtual) for open online courses based on programs of three-dimensional computer graphics and multimedia. The issues of using SolidWorks, Autodesk® 3DS MAX software in distance learning are discussed. The software was used to prepare training materials for the courses course "Machines and mechanisms theory", "Computer Graphics" and "Engineering and Computer Graphics". Using the software product SolidWorks, Autodesk® 3DS MAX has significantly increased the visibility of the course and develop tools for organizing the independent work of students in an interactive mode.
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