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web-based

(wĕb′bāst′)
Founded on, or depending on the Internet. Said, for example, of certain forms of education and knowledge dissemination.
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Now Web-based tools provide round-the-clock access and updates, allow clients to access financial information and electronically store important documents such as wills and trusts.
Web-based teaching can be as simple as publishing the equivalent of pathfinders or paper guides on Web pages for people to read.
In general, there is a scarcity of Web-based seminars and tutorials for nursing home staff on any topic of possible interest.
Advantages of using web-based surveys include the ability to process results without separate data entry, cost savings, speed of processing and higher response rates if they are combined with other survey modes (Fricker & Schonlau, 2002) and the ability to observe participants' patterns of responding (Nichols & Sedivi, 1998).
Advantages of a Web-based Security Assistance Automated Resource Management Suite
It makes sense to deliver Web-based application to those people who use the system infrequently, but deliver client server applications to the power users who use the system all the time.
The Web-based and in-person multicultural supervision peer groups met for one hour weekly for 13 weeks as an adjunct to an hour of weekly individual supervision by certified school counselors in their practicum settings.
However, we administered a course evaluation specific to the Web-based instructional method, and we found that most students had very favorable impressions of this method.
As a software provider to the long-term care industry for 22 years, we understand that opinions differ regarding the Web-enabled versus Web-based argument.
During the first week of the semester, class met on both days with Thursday as an orientation day and an introduction to the use of the web-based teaching approach.
A web-based SAARMS platform would provide for improved analysis of accounting information and comprehension of its value, uses, and limitations - quicker than a stand-alone system.