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Effectiveness of Computer-Based College Teaching: A Meta-analysis of Findings
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Review of Educational Research Volume 50, Number 4,

Abstract

Glass' (1976) meta-analytic techniques were used to integrate findings from 59 independent evaluations of computer-based college teaching. The meta-analysis found little relationship among study findings and design features of the experiments, settings for the studies, or manner and date of publication of the findings. (Author/GK)

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Kulik, J.A. (1980). Effectiveness of Computer-Based College Teaching: A Meta-analysis of Findings. Review of Educational Research, 50(4), 525. Retrieved June 16, 2019 from .

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