Ambiguity and Confusion in Word-Processing Research
Computers and Composition Volume 8, Number 3, ISSN 8755-4615 Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
Provides a brief history of research in word processing and writing, describes the use of word processing as a writing aid, and discusses the problems and issues in research design in the area of word processing instruction. (MG)
Nydahl, J. (1991). Ambiguity and Confusion in Word-Processing Research. Computers and Composition, 8(3), 21-37. Elsevier Ltd.
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