"Test Driving" CARS: Addressing the Issues in the Evaluation of Computer-Assisted Reading Software
Journal of Computing in Childhood Education Volume 8, ISSN 1043-1055
Examines contributions of computer-assisted reading software (CARS) to current teaching practice. Presented framework for evaluating the technical and pedagogic characteristics of CARS. Described case study using proposed framework to evaluate the use of talking books software in British schools. Cognitive and affective benefits are identified. Concludes that the evaluation framework was successful as a research instrument. (Author/KB)
Lewin, C. (1997). "Test Driving" CARS: Addressing the Issues in the Evaluation of Computer-Assisted Reading Software. Journal of Computing in Childhood Education, 8,.
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