Testing the Effectiveness of the Use of Animation in Mechanical Engineering Education

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Hana Jamal Badi ,

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Volume 2 - November 2013 (11)

Abstract

Today’s education is fully integrated with technology and computers. Students living in such an environment often use several kinds of technologies in most of their daily life activities. As such, students are confident in using technologies to facilitate more effective education. As a multimedia technology, animation allows the presentation of things and ideas in realistic ways, which can assist in easing the understanding of complex ideas and concepts. Animation is particularly useful in regards to the use of complex machines that are either not available or hard to visualize by using speech and text.

Keywords

analysis, regression analysis, animation, mechanical engineering and education.

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