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These tools were studied and did not adher to one or more "minimal requirements". I have not made detailed reports. Sometimes the requirement is stated. I add tools continously.
- www.wiskundeschool.nl, SOWISO, moodle+scorm, exam questions, multi-component questions, MC questions, inputting formulas with syntax but WYSIWYG
- ST Math, only a small subset. No authoring.
- Project Euler: http://projecteuler.net/
- (Stienstra & v/d Schaaf)
- www.smart-s.nl (is zo te zien Super Connie)
- Autotutor: math perhaps works, but you have to type in sentences and the system reacts. http://www.autotutor.org
- Wisster: http://www.wisster.nl
- Buzzmath http://www.buzzmath.com/: no athoring. Looks great.
- Euler: only in French?
- MathXpert (Beeson et al)
- e-PACT: I don't see logging of students' work
- Tutormates (Spanish)
- T-Algebra , not web-based
- Algebrakit: www.algebrakit.nl
- SOWISO: http://www.sowiso.nl/
- Jeuring: now connected to DME. Is more a webservice. Will be expanded to quadratic equations and more in a project with the FI. Very promising.
- Mathdox: only for webbooks, no environment. Basis for Mathadore so there is potential. Making own content with feedback is unacceptably difficult. Wortel/TU?
- Andes, more physics. http://oli.web.cmu.edu/openlearning/files/theinitiative/publications/vanlehn_andes_aied2005_final.pdf
- LON-CAPA (www.lon-capa.org/index.html)
- Schoolwise: no own content
- CPMP: bad algebra, spreadsheet: why no excel, geometry: why no GeoGebra, nice statistics and discrete mathematics
- MathXL (http://www.mathxl.com, Commercial, Mathematics) NOTE: seems to be the same as MyMathLab. This “Pearson Addison-Wesley and Pearson Prentice Hall”,
- MyMathTest (http://www.mymathtest.com, Commercial, Mathematics) One family: tp://www.mymathtest.com/support/mmt/product_list.htm