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The University of Virginia Instructional Toolkit -- Class Home Pages without Angst or HTML

Friday, January 1, 1999


The Instructional Toolkit is a Web-based application that allows instructors at the University of Virginia to easily create and manage class home pages -- or to selectively use electronic features such as class e-mail lists, class rolls, anonymous course feedback, student homework submission, and final grade submission. First used by 28 brave instructors in Spring 1996, the Toolkit has been continually enhanced with new features and modifications to existing functions -- increases in use and acceptance have been dramatic -- over 1200 classes were using the Toolkit in September 1999.

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