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Communication and Information Technology in the Skills Curriculum: A Case Study of an Existing Course and Its Relevance to a Post-Dearing Era
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Journal of Geography in Higher Education Volume 22, Number 3, ISSN 0309-8265

Abstract

Considers how computer-assisted learning (CAL) can be integrated into a skills curriculum, and argues that CAL can provide a flexible approach to developing a range of skills and support the development of competence in information technology. Finds that a carefully designed program can be an appropriate learning strategy for skills courses. (DSK)

Citation

Burkill, S. (1998). Communication and Information Technology in the Skills Curriculum: A Case Study of an Existing Course and Its Relevance to a Post-Dearing Era. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 22(3), 401. Retrieved April 22, 2019 from .

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