Edmund Soji Otabe
Faculty of Computer Science and Systems Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology
Computer-based learning is now a common practice in universities as well as in high schools. JMAG is known as highly specialized software and difficult to learn, therefor, practice of JMAG by e-learning is considered to be very effective. In this paper, I will introduce the use of e-learning at universities and an example of JMAG e-learning system. Through the e-learning system, many students could learn how to use JMAG independently, and they could solve some exercises. Thus, it is very useful to use e-learning system for learning specialized software such as JMAG.
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