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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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Moreover, it can be noticed that most literature discusses web-based lecture technology in general without specifying the intended purposes when introducing web-based lectures in education.
Instructors have also had positive comments about web-based classes.
* Ethical considerations--There has been considerable discussion in literature about specific ethical considerations that may arise when web-based assessments are used (e.g., Association of Test Publishers, 2000; International Test Commission, 2005; Naglieri et al., 2004).
Approximately 60 percent of the students found that the web-based homework problems aided their understanding of the course material.
Though there are benefits for using Web-based sources, there are also disadvantages.
To measure the extent of the web-based services offered by the general university libraries in Pakistan.
July 20- Teaching and Learning in Web-based Courses: A
found positive as well as negative responses to teaching web-based courses.
"Prior domination of software residing on personal computers now has given way to growth of Web-based applications," said Jeffrey B.
Team members are alerted via email as tasks are assigned to them, and as they update their progress using the Web-based interface, the project manager is alerted via email.