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A Comparison of the Relative Effectiveness of Computer-Assisted Instruction and Conventional Methods for Teaching an Operations Management Course in a School of Business
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International Journal of Instructional Media Volume 20, Number 3, ISSN 0092-1815

Abstract

A comparison of the effectiveness of computer-assisted instruction (CAI) and conventional instruction (CI) revealed no differences in performance and retention level scores after adjusting for differences in general aptitude. Concludes that CAI is as effective as CI and can therefore be used to supplement instructional practices. (Author/PEN)

Citation

Wang, S. & Sleeman, P.J. (1993). A Comparison of the Relative Effectiveness of Computer-Assisted Instruction and Conventional Methods for Teaching an Operations Management Course in a School of Business. International Journal of Instructional Media, 20(3), 225. Retrieved July 19, 2019 from .

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