FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
WebTest Unvailed for Learning Components©
BRONX, NY - April 5, 2001 Science Academy Software®, a developer of educational software, announced today the introduction of
WebTest, an authoring tool for Learning Components© (LC22) the company's
Webtest allows users to author text based questions and create webpages
that set Learning Component applet parameters. Parameters control timing, navigation and functionality.
With WebTest and Learning Components users can create their own
interactive tests, tutorials, or presentations simply by changing parameters to the applets HTML code, then add
content (text, images, sound, etc.). The presentation is handled by the applet at the client via the browser. This
is particularly useful to people and organizations who need to do browser-based training on the desktop, network
or web. Users get functionality, an aesthetically pleasing design, ease of use, security, and low cost.
To learn more about WebTest and LC22 and see samples of their applet/components, visit:
You will need Windows and a java capable browser. Please note that because of latency issues (connection type and
network traffic), the program's performance may vary.
Educators can now experience their performance in their particular
environment by downloading the free demo of Learning Components at:
Science Academy Software's Learning Components suite of applets with WebTest sell for $490 per site/server/cpu
license. The product includes the applets, authoring tools, documentation, product support and first year upgrades.
About Science Academy Software
Science Academy Software was founded 1990. The company's first product was "Mastery Learning Tutor©" an
integrated test and tutorial learning system for the Apple II. In January '97, the company introduced "BasketMath®", a math
test in basketball game format and established scienceacademy.com. Since then, relationships with Arrow Publishing,
OpenTeach Systems, and JasonTech, Inc. are established to distribute 3rd Party Software.
The website has been awarded USAToday Hot-Site in the summer of 1997 for BasketMath Interactive©, and has
received awards from StudyWeb(1997), Education Planet(1999), Math.com(1999), Britannica.com(1999).
Science Academy Software's mission is to make learning a fun and enriching experience.
Science Academy Software is privately held.
Science Academy Software