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Thomas Malloy

Bronze Level Contributor  MERLOT Author  Peer Reviewer
Department of Psychlogy University of Utah
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Member Type: Faculty
Last Login: May 04, 2007
Member Since: Jul 26, 2000

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  • Social Sciences/Psychology (Advanced)
  • Mathematics and Statistics/Statistics and Probability (Advanced)
    I have developed JAVA based tools dynamically driven by a database for teaching and learning statistics online. This includes an interactive Virtual Lab, games which teach inductive, deductive and inferential logic, a normal probability tool, a binomial probability, a sampling distribution of the mean tool, a Visual ANOVA tool, and others. I am also developing online course builder and course manager tools meant to be shared with the academic community as a freeware alternative to commercial products. <br/> I have also posted a full online college course in Introductory Statistics, including about 1400 pages (when printed) of web text lectures, a chat room with with white board, and more.