Web Authoring For Interactivity
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Richard L. Bowman, PhD
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In keeping with the initial impetus for the formation of the world-wide-web, i.e., to enhance and facilitate the free exchange of information, all of the code given here may be freely used by others. The only request is that, as with any intellectual work, appropriate credit be given to the authors of any code that is borrowed.
Any questions, suggestions or other comments may be directed via email to me: Richard L. Bowman ( email@example.com ).
Persons who work through this material will learn the basics behind:
1. Employing HTML forms to gain information from students via multiple-choice options, drop-down selections, and text boxes;
5. Constructing interactive simulations using these techniques
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last updated: 31-Mar-11.