© 2005

New Trends and Technologies in Computer-Aided Learning for Computer-Aided Design

IFIP TC10 Working Conference: EduTech 2005, October 20–21, Perth, Australia

  • Achim Rettberg
  • Christophe Bobda
Conference proceedings EduTech 2005

Part of the IFIP — The International Federation for Information Processing book series (IFIPAICT, volume 192)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. Learning Environments

    1. Débora N. F. Barbosa, Cláudio F. R. Geyer, Jorge L. V. Barbosa
      Pages 1-10
    2. Martínez-Ortiz I., Moreno-Ger P., Sancho-Thomas P., Fernández-Manjón B.
      Pages 11-24
    3. Ricardo S. Ferreira, Antônio Carlos S. Beck, Luigi Carro, Andre Toledo, Aroldo Silva
      Pages 25-35
  3. Tools and Application for Education

    1. Renato Hentschke, Marcelo Johann, Ricardo Reis
      Pages 37-47
    2. Laurent Latorre, Yves Bertrand, Michel Robert, Marie-Lise Flottes
      Pages 63-77
  4. Education Technologies and Trends

    1. Luis Eguizabal, Alfonso Lago, Luis Rodriguez, Carlos Peñalver, Andres Nogueiras
      Pages 79-89
    2. Luiziana Rezende, Lídia Micaela Segre, Gilda Helena B. Campos
      Pages 107-119
  5. Teaching in the Hardware Design Area

    1. Oliver A. Pfänder, Christophe Layer, Wolfgang Schlecker, Hans-Jörg Pfleiderer
      Pages 121-131
    2. Achim Rettberg, Tim Schattkowsky, Carsten Rust, Wolfgang Müller, Franz Rammig
      Pages 139-147

About these proceedings



Edited by: Achim Rettberg and Christophe Bobda

Computation and communication technologies underpin work and development in many different areas. Among them, Computer-Aided Design of electronic systems and E-Learning technologies are two areas which are different but share many concerns. The design of CAD and E-Learning systems already touches on a number of parallels, such as system interoperability, user interfaces, standardization, EML-based formats, reusability aspects (of content or designs), and intellectual property rights. Furthermore, the teaching of Design Automation tools and methods is particularly amenable to a distant or blended learning setting, and implies the interconnection of typical CAD tools, such as simulators or synthesis tools, with e-learning tools.

There are many other aspects in which synergy can be found when using E-Learning technology for teaching and learning technology. This workshop, sponsored by IFIP WG 10.5 Design and Engineering of Electronic Systems in cooperation with IFIP WG 3.6 Distance Education, will explore the interrelationship between these two subjects, where Computer-Aided Design meets Computer-Aided Learning.

New Trends and Technologies in Computer-Aided Learning for Computer-Aided Design documents recent approaches and results presented at the EduTech 2005 Workshop, which was held in October 2005 in Perth, Australia and sponsored by the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP).

The topics chosen for this working conference are very timely: learning environments, tools and applications for education, education technologies and trends, and teaching in the hardware design area.



Blended Learning Usability Web architecture automation computer science computer-aided design (CAD) construction e-learning learning pervasive computing

Editors and affiliations

  • Achim Rettberg
    • 1
  • Christophe Bobda
    • 2
  1. 1.Paderborn University/C-LABGermany
  2. 2.University of ErlangenGermany

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