The active electronic notebook; OMNotebook; is the basis for the course material. This can be an alternative or complement compared to the traditional teaching method with lecturing and reading textbooks. Experience shows that using such an electronic book will lead to more engagement from the students. OMNotebook can contain interactive technical computations and text; as well as graphics. Hence it is a suitable tool for teaching; experimentation; simulation; scripting; model documentation; storage; etc.
Keywords: DrControl; DrModelica; modeling; simulation; OMNotebook; teaching; interactive; Control
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