Course Materials Presentation Using Video-Based Technologies: An Evaluative Study of College Student Performance and Attitudes
Psychology in the Schools Volume 32, Number 1, ISSN 0033-3085
Studies the effects of computer-generated lecture material by using two groups of students and their examination scores. The first group was presented with still computer graphics for four weeks, then returned to traditional materials for a second four weeks. The second group used traditional materials first, followed by the computer graphics. Statistical tests did not reach levels of significance. (JPS)
Avila, R.A. (1995). Course Materials Presentation Using Video-Based Technologies: An Evaluative Study of College Student Performance and Attitudes. Psychology in the Schools, 32(1), 38-45.
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