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Comparative Effects of Computer-Assisted Instruction: A Synthesis of Reviews
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Journal of Educational Computing Research Volume 3, Number 1,

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Critical examination of reviews of the literature on computer-assisted instruction (CAI) compares and evaluates three traditional and 13 quantitative reviews. Synthesis of the findings indicates that typical effect of CAI is to raise outcome measures by 0.42 standard deviation units, placing average students at 66th percentile of control group distribution. (Author/LRW)

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Niemiec, R. & Walberg, H.J. (1987). Comparative Effects of Computer-Assisted Instruction: A Synthesis of Reviews. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 3(1), 19-37. Retrieved July 19, 2019 from .

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