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System and software architecture evaluation techniques have advanced significantly within last decades, but little progress has been made in the development of formalized methods and tools for distributed-collaborative architectural evaluation. Collaborative evaluation represents an effective professional development method to the degree that it sustains argumentation about the application of evidence-based design principles. The main objective of this chapter is to address an effective educational support environment and to develop meaningful collaboration learning applications. It is used for learners of educational multimedia to help them develop understanding, knowledge, and confidence and to promote the effective use of multimedia in supporting teaching and learning. This system is a framework supporting collaboration work using computers and communication vendors in a geographically distributed ubiquitous environment.
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