Juracz, Laszlo
October 2010
International Journal of Software Engineering & Applications;Oct2010, Vol. 1 Issue 4, p1
Academic Journal
However utilizing rich, interactive solutions can make learning more effective and attractive, scenario-and game-based educational resources on the web are not widely used. Creating these applications is a complex, expensive and challenging process. Development frameworks and authoring tools hardly support reusable components, teamwork and learning management system-independent courseware architecture. In this article we initiate the concept of a low-level, thick-client solution addressing these problems. With some example applications we try to demonstrate, how a framework, based on this concept can be useful for developing scenario- and game-based e-learning environments.


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