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Studies in Word Processing and Writing

Computers in the Schools Volume 4, Number 1,


Reviews studies that deal with word processing and writing. Areas covered include surveys of research on the effects of word processing on writing instruction; students' attitudes toward writing; composing behavior; collaborative writing; revising; and reading and writing, emphasizing screen design. Implications for instruction are then suggested. (36 references) (LRW)


Barker, T.T. (1987). Studies in Word Processing and Writing. Computers in the Schools, 4(1), 109. Retrieved September 23, 2020 from .

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