The Effect of Sequence Control on Computer Assisted Learning
Journal of Computer-Based Instruction Volume 14, Number 2, ISSN 0098-597X
Reviews study of 80 undergraduate sociology students which compared the effects of two types of sequencing in computer assisted instruction: (1) linear, or fixed, and (2) flip, or branching. Results indicate that students in the flip sequence condition performed better on comprehension measures but not on retention measures. (Author/LRW)
Gray, S.H. (1987). The Effect of Sequence Control on Computer Assisted Learning. Journal of Computer-Based Instruction, 14(2), 54-56.
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