Interactive learning aided by JavaScript

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This paper presents a case study in which some of the features of JavaScript have been employed to support the learning environment of students. Students have access to notes, self?assessment tests, and revision crossword puzzles. JavaScript is sufficiently advanced to permit the writing of a simple nutritional analysis program. However, there are some problems caused by slight incompatibilities between browsers, but this complication is of no importance when students have access only to one browser on the network.

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