Web-supported instruction is becoming more commonplace in today's colleges and universities (Lindner, Dooley, & Murphy, 2001). This paper explores student perceptions of the use of WebCT to support instructional objectives in a Web-supported environment. Data for the study were collected with a survey instrument using WebCT on-line testing tools. The results show WebCT contributed to students' ability to accomplish the course objectives. Students, however, continued to rely on print-based course materials and did not create student-centered on-line learning environments.
Lindner, James R. and Murphy, Tim H.
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