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Web delivery of interactive laboratories: comparing three authoring tools

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R. R. Silbar ; WhistleSoft, Los Alamos, NM

As educators know, the more a student interacts with a subject, the better he or she will learn it. This is particularly true in technical subjects. One way to promote interaction is to have "laboratories" in which the student manipulates objects on the computer screen using the keyboard or mouse and then sees those actions' outcome.

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Computing in Science & Engineering  (Volume:4 ,  Issue: 5 )