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Applying Hard and Soft Technologies to Weaknesses in Traditional Instruction: Possible Progress and Some Unintended Side-Effects
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Educational Technology Volume 27, Number 4, ISSN 0013-1962

Abstract

Describes weaknesses of traditional instruction and ways that instructional technology can help to correct these problems. Both hardware, such as computers and video, and soft technologies, such as methodologies and models, are considered. Possible negative side-effects of technology-based instruction are discussed and 27 references are listed. (MES)

Citation

Wilson, B.G. (1987). Applying Hard and Soft Technologies to Weaknesses in Traditional Instruction: Possible Progress and Some Unintended Side-Effects. Educational Technology, 27(4), 7-11. Retrieved September 27, 2020 from .

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