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The Web offers advantages for Learning Technologies, but the interactivity necessary for the learner requires technical features that are currently hardly supported. In the paper, we briefly describe how a traditional Multimedia Course, usually marketed as off-line CD-ROMs, has been reverse engineered to a server-based, multi-client Web application in order to have an identical behaviour at the learner's site. The new Course consists of XML/XSL documents programmed by server-driven Javadoi:10.1109/icalt.2001.943900 dblp:conf/icalt/MaraschiCM01 fatcat:jcp4baaqcvf7xdgyqyjzoju2wi