The World Wide Web can be an effective pedagogical tool to improve student learning. Carefully designed Web Study Pages are easily delivered to students via the World Wide Web. Designing a useful Web Study Page requires careful planning. Students are pragmatic users and exercise a "print and go" attitude while instructors may focus on innovative and artful delivery anticipating the student will process information at the computer. Web Study Pages are easily updated to meet changing class needs. Web Study pages afford teachers the unique opportunity to be intrusive into the student's pre-class preparation process during the time when they are acquiring factual information. Students who used the Web Study Pages demonstrated better preparation for class and evidenced by improved factual understanding and ability to synthesize information to solve problems.



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