Sequence Control Menus and CAI: A Follow-Up Study
Journal of Computer-Based Instruction Volume 15, Number 2, ISSN 0098-597X
Discussion of control over sequence of instruction in computer-assisted instruction (CAI) focuses on a follow-up study that examined the effects of the breadth and depth of menus and the meaningfulness of menu category names on the learning and attitudes of college students. Posttests are described, and results are analyzed. (16 references) (LRW)
Gray, S.H. (1988). Sequence Control Menus and CAI: A Follow-Up Study. Journal of Computer-Based Instruction, 15(2), 57-60.
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