Multimedia and E-Content Trends

Implications for Academia

  • Editors
  • Peter A. Bruck

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-VIII
  2. Introduction: the Technological and Economic Dynamics of the Multimedia Content Industry

  3. Augmented Realities and Smart Interfaces

  4. Mobile Location Based Applications

    1. Andreas Jakl, Christoph Grün, Jens Krösche, Stephan A. Drab
      Pages 59-72
  5. The Mobile Content Paradigm

    1. Chris Bennewith, Richard Wickers
      Pages 101-109
  6. Current Mega Trends in e-Content Creation

    1. Christina Handford
      Pages 117-126
    2. Rodica Mocan, Stefana Racorean
      Pages 127-135
  7. Teaching Models

  8. Back Matter
    Pages 191-195

About this book


The rapidly changing IT market challenges universities, particularly with regard to their teaching methods. It is essential that teaching models keep pace with the fast developing IT industries in order to meet the requirements of the companies involved.

The papers of the present volume are a selection from the following panels of the 2007 Academic Network Conference in Graz:
• Augmented Realities and Smart Interfaces
• Mobile Location Based Applications
• The Mobile Content Paradigm
• Current Mega Trends for E-Content Development
• Teaching Models
The authors reflect the preoccupation of academia with the latest trends in e-content and communication technologies, such as going mobile or discovering new, innovative interfaces. Finally, they introduce new learning methods with interactive media.


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