- Web-Based Training (WBT) is mostly a form of computer-based training and that generally uses a learning management system (LMS).
- One of the first Web-based systems was WEST (Web Educational Support Tools) developed at University College Dublin in 1995 (?). It later evolved into the high-end commercial product TopClass System that is still sold. WEST back then contained already most of the features of a typical learning management system.
- It is interesting to know that even at the beginning of the Web on could find more advanced uses, e.g. Bertrand Ibrahim's World-Wide algorithm animation (Postscript file) presented at the First International Conference on the the World-Wide Web.
- J.K. Campbell, S. Hurley, S.B. Jones and N.M. Stephens,Constructing Educational Courseware using NCSA Mosaic and the World Wide Web, http://www.igd.fhg.de/archive/1995_www95/proceedings/papers/52/www3.html