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  • Susanne Nyrop
    Dear Maria, HotPotatoes, or HotPot is used by several WIA people as well as during a long range of ASO sessions in Tapped In. One group that is currently
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      Dear Maria,

      HotPotatoes, or HotPot is used by several WIA people as well as during a long range of ASO sessions in Tapped In. One group that is currently active is engaged in making exercises for Elizabeth Hanson-Smith and Mike Marzio's EFL videos, maybe you would like to join us at the Yahoo group Real_English_Online

      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Real_English_Online/



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    • Dafne
      Dear Maria and Sus, Quandary is produced by the same people of Hot Potatoes, but it is different this is the description from their page: The Quandary is an
      Message 2 of 3 , Jun 2, 2003
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        Dear Maria and Sus,

        Quandary is produced by the same people of Hot Potatoes, but it is different this is the description from their page:


        The Quandary is an application for creating Web-based Action Mazes. An Action Maze is a kind of interactive case-study; the user is presented with a situation, and a number of choices as to a course of action to deal with it. On choosing one of the options, the resulting situation is then presented, again with a set of options. Working through this branching tree is like negotiating a maze, hence the name "Action Maze".

        Action mazes can be used for many purposes, including problem-solving, diagnosis, procedural training, and surveys/questionnaires. All of these types of use are easier to understand by example than they are to explain, so here are some examples exercises."



        Cheers,

        Daf

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        Susanne Nyrop <s.nyrop@...> wrote:
        Dear Maria,

        HotPotatoes, or HotPot is used by several WIA people as well as during a long range of ASO sessions in Tapped In. One group that is currently active is engaged in making exercises for Elizabeth Hanson-Smith and Mike Marzio's EFL videos, maybe you would like to join us at the Yahoo group Real_English_Online

        http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Real_English_Online/



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      • Dafne
        Oops, I forgot to give the url with the examples: http://www.halfbakedsoftware.com/quandary/sites.shtml Daf Dafne wrote: Dear Maria and
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          Oops, I forgot to give the url with the examples: http://www.halfbakedsoftware.com/quandary/sites.shtml

          Daf

          Dafne <dygonza@...> wrote:
          Dear Maria and Sus,

          Quandary is produced by the same people of Hot Potatoes, but it is different this is the description from their page:


          The Quandary is an application for creating Web-based Action Mazes. An Action Maze is a kind of interactive case-study; the user is presented with a situation, and a number of choices as to a course of action to deal with it. On choosing one of the options, the resulting situation is then presented, again with a set of options. Working through this branching tree is like negotiating a maze, hence the name "Action Maze".

          Action mazes can be used for many purposes, including problem-solving, diagnosis, procedural training, and surveys/questionnaires. All of these types of use are easier to understand by example than they are to explain, so here are some examples exercises."



          Cheers,

          Daf

          .


          Susanne Nyrop <s.nyrop@...> wrote:
          Dear Maria,

          HotPotatoes, or HotPot is used by several WIA people as well as during a long range of ASO sessions in Tapped In. One group that is currently active is engaged in making exercises for Elizabeth Hanson-Smith and Mike Marzio's EFL videos, maybe you would like to join us at the Yahoo group Real_English_Online

          http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Real_English_Online/



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