Evaluating WebCT Use in Relation to Students' Attitude and Performance

  title={Evaluating WebCT Use in Relation to Students' Attitude and Performance},
  author={Lamis Hammoud and Steve Love and Lynne P. Baldwin and Sherry Y. Chen},
  journal={Int. J. Inf. Commun. Technol. Educ.},
The World Wide Web (WWW) provides great opportunities for creating virtual classrooms (Mazza and Dimitrova, 2004) and for building integrated learning and teaching environments (Cheng and Yen, 1998) and it also helps in supporting traditional educational methods (Kalifa and Lam 2002). Teaching and learning are no longer limited by place or time (Kalifa and Lam 2002). The WWW and the internet are considered to be important new methods for delivering online courses (Jiang and Ting, 2000; Lee and… 
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