1988-02-01

The Integration of Computer Graphics and Computer-Aided Engineering into Open-Ended Design Projects 880469

Computer graphics and computer-aided engineering can be used effectively in both structured and unstructured classes: however, the infrastructure is more critical for unstructured classes. Open-ended design projects can require diverse types of software and hardware, and it is difficult for the faculty in charge to be an expert on the software for all of the projects which might be proposed. This paper identifies some of the types of hardware and software required to support open-ended projects. The need for support staffing is also discussed.

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