The purpose of this thesis was to write a computer program that would facilitate Dr. Coffey's "You be the Doctor" lab, part of the 1st year Behavioral Optometry course. The program would ease the logistical concerns of the instructor and teaching assistant, help run the lab smoother, allowing the students to accomplish more in the lab, and give the students a chance to continue with the lab's activities on their own if desired. The program was written, coded, and revised several times. It was used successfully in the last two academic years. Because of its success and the positive feedback of the students, Dr. Coffey plans to continue using the program until it inevitably becomes obsolete.
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