Student and Instructor Perceptions of the Efficacy of Computer-Aided Lectures in Undergraduate University Courses
Journal of Educational Computing Research Volume 19, Number 2, ISSN 0735-6331
Describes a study that investigated student and instructor perceptions of the effectiveness of computer-aided presentations in a lecture-oriented undergraduate course. Traditional lecture presentations were compared with computer-aided presentations; results support the integration of computer-aided presentations provided basic logistic conditions can be satisfied. (Author/LRW)
Cassady, J.C. (1998). Student and Instructor Perceptions of the Efficacy of Computer-Aided Lectures in Undergraduate University Courses. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 19(2), 175.
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