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Thesis (M.Ed.)—University of Nebraska—Lincoln, 1998. Department of Curriculum and Instruction.
The advent of the World Wide Web and networked computers in the classroom has provided educators with a new opportunity for instruction and assessment. As students become more comfortable with the interactive nature of ‘surfing the Web’, it stands to reason that educators must begin to implement instructional strategies which take advantage of these newly acquired skills. This thesis documents my first steps in developing a network-based quiz application, an initial evaluation of the interface design, and a description of technical obstacles associated with this instructional approach.
Advisor: David Fowler