Learner Control over Full and Lean Computer-based Instruction under Differing Ability Levels
Educational Technology Research and Development Volume 48, Number 2, ISSN 1042-1629
Examines the effects of type of instructional control (learner control versus program control) and program mode (full versus lean) on the achievement, option use, time in the program, and attitudes of higher-ability and lower-ability university students using a computer-delivered instructional program. Discusses implications for instructional design and for future research. (Contains 32 references.) (Author/LRW)
Schnackenberg, H.L. & Sullivan, H.J. (2000). Learner Control over Full and Lean Computer-based Instruction under Differing Ability Levels. Educational Technology Research and Development, 48(2), 19-35.
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