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- This research aims to develop E-Learning courseware for Special topic in Computer Games and Multimedia on Unity-Mecanim Application course, study the learning achievement and evaluate the satisfaction of the students after using this E-Learning courseware. The sample of this research is seven students who enrolled in CGM499: Special topic in Computer Games and Multimedia on Unity-Mecanim Application course in the first semester of 2014. This E-Learning courseware was developed using Adobe Captivate 7.0 and divided into six chapters. Each chapter consists of Pre-test, Learning Contents, and Post-Test. The results showed that the contents and the presentation of this E-Learning courseware fulfilled the needs of the students and this E-Learning courseware could be used as the teaching materials inside the classroom or self-learning materials outside the classroom.
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