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DOI

10.14221/ajte.1986v11n1.2

Abstract

Studies of Computer Assisted Instruction (CAl) to date, appear to have concentrated on comparisons of CAl with other modes of instruction; differences in time required for completion of lessons; student personality; student attitudes to CAl; and the number of students who can successfully work together on the one CAl task. It is fair to claim that the most important information is yet to come, for there are many other variables of CAl that need to be researched, as the following questions suggest.

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10.14221/ajte.1986v11n1.2