AbdulMobeen Mohammad

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The demand for educational software is growing exponentially with the surge of interest in educational reform, the Internet and distance education. A Web-based Interactive Course Tool was developed at West Virginia University. The tool provides components for instructors, administrators, and students to interact effectively through the Internet. This paper(More)
Given the substantial development effort internationally to extend the Web as the basic interface for distributed information systems, it is appropriate to adopt the Web technologies as the primary user interface and primary server interface for computer-delivered educational modules (regardless of whether that module is accessed from a remote server across(More)
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