Compared to the traditional on-campus students, remote students in distance education courses find it more difficult to develop problem-solving skills. In this paper, we propose the use of computer-aided tutorials and tests (CATTs) as convenient tools for remote students to practice and improve problem-solving and test taking skills at their own pace. Example of CATTs developed with Authorware software for use in distance education is presented.

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