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User-Developed Computer-Assisted Instruction: Alternatives in Authoring Software
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Educational Technology Volume 32, Number 4, ISSN 0013-1962

Abstract

Discusses whether educators should write their own computer-assisted instructional software, and describes four basic categories of tools teachers can use to produce courseware: (1) traditional programing languages; (2) authoring languages, including hypertext authoring languages; (3) authoring systems; and (4) authoring aids. Each category is evaluated in terms of flexibility and complexity. (19 references) (LRW)

Citation

Maddux, C.D. (1992). User-Developed Computer-Assisted Instruction: Alternatives in Authoring Software. Educational Technology, 32(4), 7-14. Retrieved August 17, 2019 from .

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