Issue No. 03 - May (1996 vol. 16)
<p>The World Wide Web's ability to deliver multimedia materials to any site means that educators can conduct lectures, tutorials, seminars, and practicals in a format more informative than straight text. At the Curtin University of Technology, we created a set of Web-based electronic course notes for a computer graphics curriculum to gauge students' attitudes about and perceptions of electronic study. We then surveyed their reactions to this approach. The questionnaire results suggest the potential of using the Web for distance learning.</p>
A. Marriott and J. Ng, "A Survey of Users of a Web-Based Computer Graphics Course," in IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, vol. 16, no. , pp. , 1996.