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  1. […] Second attempt. I then came across SAM animation, which was being developed by Tufts University. I thought I was onto a good thing. They were developing a teaching resource wiki to go with it and the interface looked great. Everything worked well until the student projects started to get quite large and then the glitches began. The students learned a lot about trouble shooting software bugs, saving often and going with a plan B, but at the end of the day there was also a lot of frustration. I realise in hindsight that at the time SAM animation was still very much in it’s beta stage and I am sure that the current version is much superior (but now you have to pay for it). If you are interested in the whole story I wrote a blog post about it. […]

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