William Rybolt

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In the research-in-progress reported here, we adapted the classic Mason and Mitroff characterization of an information system to a web environment. The resulting definition was used to design a set of pilot experiments to examine the relationship between quality dimensions and the variables of the modified Mason and Mitroff definition. The experiments were(More)
This paper reports on the implementation of the experiments we designed to assess how well our first-year students learn statistics and mathematics with electronic quizzes. It describes many issues that arose in our attempts to study the impact of such quizzes. An explanation of these issues should assist others who wish to assess the impact of technology(More)
From 2001-2006 we used a number of approaches to assess how well our first-year students learn statistics and mathematics when introduced to different teaching methods. The topics introduced in their two courses include those found in a standard applied probability and statistics course. For example, descriptive linear regression. Most of these assessments(More)
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