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|Title:||Design and Implement a Virtual Learning Architecture for Troubleshooting Practice of Automotive Chassis|
Janus S. Liang
|Publisher:||John Wiley & Sons|
|Abstract:||In this research, a web-based troubleshooting architecture of automobile chassis is constructed, and it can support distance learning of practical courses in automotive chassis repair and maintenance. This system allows remote learners to operate a practical training module for troubleshooting through the Internet. There are several subjects discussed in this research: (1) developing the learning contents for repairing automotive chassis; (2) building the virtual and interactive platform for browsing and practice of troubleshooting; (3) creating the online evaluation tools and effectiveness analysis. The framework has been tested and implemented in the course, “Automotive Practice: Chassis,” in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Yung-Ta Institute of Technology and Commerce during the spring semester of 2005.|
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