• Computer Science
  • Published 2002

Evaluating Java Applets for Teaching on the Internet

@inproceedings{Healy2002EvaluatingJA,
  title={Evaluating Java Applets for Teaching on the Internet},
  author={Michael R. Healy and Dale E. Berger and Victoria L. Romero and Christopher L. Aberson and Amanda T. Saw},
  year={2002}
}
The Web Interface for Statistics Education (http://wise.cgu.edu) is a website built around interactive tutorials designed to teach introductory and advanced statistical concepts. The tutorials use Java applets that dynamically illustrate the statistical concepts being taught. By using Java applets, we teach statistics in a manner not possible in a traditional classroom environment. In this paper, we provide examples of the applets, illustrate how students use them, and we report the outcome of… CONTINUE READING

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