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Basics of Modelling and Engineering Graphics

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The free online course consists of 8 related thematic modules with learning material interactive tools - theory, exercises, tests, simulators and 3D objects viewers.

Aims of the tool

The interactive environment of the e-course consists of 8 related thematic modules with learning material designed for Bachelor level Engineering students of Construction specialities, both daily and distance learners, as well as in-service training of specialists.

Description of the tool

The use of educational material in the e-course in learning various STEM subjects enables us to link parametric information about the studied objects. It provides a solid basis for engineering education.
The online course is very efficient due to its simplicity, cost-effectiveness and form of the game.

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Tool overview

Basics of Modelling and Engineering Graphics

This tool is for

Young people who are interested in modelling and engineering.

and addresses

Networking and Follow-up, Personal Development

It is recommended for use in:

Training and Networking

Materials needed:


3 hours about

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

VirSTEM project team

in the context of

VirSTEM Erasmus+ project

The tool has been experimented in


The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Olga Ovtsarenko (on 20 October 2022)

and last modified

17 October 2022

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