The Word Processor as an Instructional Tool: A Meta-Analysis of Word Processing in Writing Instruction
Review of Educational Research Volume 63, Number 1, ISSN 0034-6543
This metanalysis reviews 32 studies that compared 2 groups of students receiving identical writing instruction, with only 1 group using word processing for writing assignments. Word processing improved the quality of student writing but did not improve student attitudes. Suggestions are given for using word processing more effectively. (SLD)
Bangert-Drowns, R.L. (1993). The Word Processor as an Instructional Tool: A Meta-Analysis of Word Processing in Writing Instruction. Review of Educational Research, 63(1), 69-93.
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