Amateur Software Evaluation Repository is a web site designed for the teacher
training colleges in Malaysia. It will be a dynamic database for
amateur instructional software designers to put their software to be used/evaluated
by teacher trainees who form the bulk of the users. The web site
will allow the software developer to get statistical as well as qualitative
feedback about their product. In addition, this repository also contains
a web based interactive tutorial, the Systematic Error Diagnosis Simulation
which is in its final stage of completion.
Note: As access
to the cgi-bin directory is not possible, you will not be able see the
Perl codes in action.
was done during Spring 1997 as part of the course A548, Mastering the World
Wide Web. I was given some space in a UNIX based computer to install
a server and do this project.
|My Role||I designed
this site from concept to the current state it is in.
|Focus On||Design, programming.|