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Licence and Master’s Degree Programs generally use specific e-learning methods as a complementary training. The design of master’s degree academic curricula in e-learning system will involve the curricular development, the designing of the learning resources. The local Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu was making progresses during the last years and with the help of learning technology as well as the development and simulation of the instructive-educational web-based process solutions, the school will be offering a lot of facilities for the management and presentation of various types of educational content, such as multimedia interactive materials, simulations, and tests, covering a wide range of subjects. The present paper will propose a Technical Drawing and Infographics course and lesson after making out a case for using offline and online e-learning tools.
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