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web-based

adj
(Computer Science) of, relating to, or using the World Wide Web: web-based applications.
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A web-based version of this CD-ROM series is available and is better suited for installation on company networks and intranets.
Developing Web-based consumer health information workshops can be a great way to promote the value of library services and encourage the use of high-quality health information by consumers.
browse through Web-based training modules developed specifically to help nursing homes improve their care (visit Gero T.
Course management systems (CMSs) provide opportunities for instructors to create and implement web-based surveys, but some obstacles arise related to software compatibility issues and implementation challenges.
Data that resided in one location and provided to other locations by mail can now be centrally located with access around the world via web-based databases.
For example, Grey Planes is a division of Microsoft that has a Web-based application for reporting.
The most common form of Web-based supervision entails a professional counselor supervising a small group of counselors through the Internet (Van Horn & Myrick), and a weekly correspondence among the group is instituted through emails, bulletin boards, or instant messaging (Myrick & Sabella, 1995).
Web-based components were introduced into an undergraduate Applied Psychology course, including visual displays to accompany lectures, interactive Web-based instructional exercises, and course materials accessible almost exclusively through the use of the Web.
Adobe Systems Incorporated (Nasdaq:ADBE) is pioneering a new way to deliver its industry leading creative software technologies online, with the launch of its web-based video remix and editing technology.
I felt the comparison between Web-based and Web-enabled applications was not only biased, but inaccurate.
The availability and introduction of new information technologies, along with changes in higher education, have contributed to an increased interest in web-based learning.