SPSE — a model of engineering multimedia learning and training

@article{ChengBo2018SPSEA,
  title={SPSE — a model of engineering multimedia learning and training},
  author={Wan ChengBo and Xiao Hui and Shiting Wen},
  journal={Multimedia Tools and Applications},
  year={2018},
  volume={78},
  pages={1149-1164}
}
Engineering learning has long been a topic of attention. The traditional engineering learning mode has its own rationality, which is not without merit. The PBL (Problem-Based Learning) model provides new ideas of engineering learning, yet it lacks the “design” elements, seldom takes into consideration the social attribute of engineering, and falls short of clear support to guide learners in problem-solving. This paper analyzes the properties and characteristics of various types of engineering… 

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