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Review of Recent Research Literature on Computer-Based Instruction


Contemporary Educational Psychology Volume 12, Number 3,


Meta analyses were conducted of computer assisted instruction, computer managed instruction, and computer enriched instruction. Positive effects were usually reported, with variations according to instructional type and age level. Results also indicated that effects varied according to the evaluation design and the type of publication in which the results were reported. (GDC)


Kulik, J.A. & Kulik, C.L.C. (1987). Review of Recent Research Literature on Computer-Based Instruction. Contemporary Educational Psychology, 12(3), 222. Retrieved October 24, 2021 from .

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