We are also aware of the following evaluations and reviews on the Web and in print. If you are aware of others, please let us know.

Allen, P., Booth, S., Crompton, P. and Timms, D. (1996). An Evaluation of the WinEcon Software in Case Studies: Integrating Learning with Technology. TLTP Project Varsetile, University of Stirling, Scotland. 51-66.

Clarke, P. and Clarke, K. (1996). Computer Assisted Learning in Economics - WinEcon Trial at the University of Humberside - Academic Year 1994-95. Economics & Business Education, 4, 23-27.

Crighton, P. and Judge, G. (1996). The WinEcon Evaluation Project.. In P. Hobbs (Ed.), CALECO 95 Conference Proceedings, Centre for Computing in the Social Sciences, University of Bristol, 43-50.

Hall, L., Ainley, P and Ryan, M. (2000). Student perceptions of WinEcon as a learning tool - an evaluation report, School of Post Compulsory Education and Training, University of Greenwich, http://www.winecon.com/evaluation/hall2000.doc

Lim, C. P. (2000). Case Study Report: The Use of WinEcon/MathEcon in the EC 103 (Maths for Economics) Course, University of Bristol and Nanyang Technological University>, http://www.winecon.com/evaluation/lim2000.doc

MacDonald, Z. and Shields, M. (1998). "WinEcon - An Evaluation" Journal of Economic Surveys, 12 (2), 220-231

Pearce, R. (2000). Review of the Use of Selected Components of WinEcon by Wye External Programme Students, Wye College>, University of London, http://www.winecon.com/evaluation/pearce2000.doc

Probert, J. and Munro, K. (1995) CAL, apartheid and economics education at South African Universities, University of Natal and University of Witwatersrand, http://econltsn.ilrt.bris.ac.uk/cheer/ch9_3/ch9_3p02.htm

Sloman, J. (1995). WinEcon. Economic Journal, http://econltsn.ilrt.bris.ac.uk/ej/ejsloman.htm, 105, 1327-1346.

Soper, Jean B. (1997). Integrating Interactive Media in Courses: The WinEcon Software with Workbook Approach, http://www-jime.open.ac.uk/97/2/