teaching interface

teaching interface

[′tēch·iŋ ′in·tər‚fās]
(control systems)
The devices and hardware that are used to instruct robots and other machinery how to operate, and to specify their motions.
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The 2D augmented reality teaching interface, which went into operation in fall 2017, is open to approximately 1,000 undergraduate and graduate students in UW's teaching programs.
The third section of the Special Issue considers matters more closely related the research/language teaching interface.
Although future students may be better prepared to use the Internet, having already used networked information systems, colleges and universities will need to have the teaching interface in place to ensure that such skills are taught throughout the curriculum.
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