The availability of inexpensive, high-powered personal computing environments i.s revolutionizing the business of higher education. The past “textbook-centric”world of academia is rapidly changing into a new “software-centric’’form. As such, many faculty are now interested in creating educational software but, because the process is unlike that of writing a textbook, have little experience with or understanding of the task.
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