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Session 13a3 0-7803-5643-8/99/$10.00 1999 IEEE November 10 - 13, 1999 San Juan, Puerto Rico 29

By Th Asee Ieee, Brian M. O’connell, Bradley P. Kjell and Joan M. Calvert


Although the use of Computer-Assisted Instruction (CAI) has markedly increased over the past several years, the majority of reports concerning its efficacy are primarily anecdotal in nature. Few published studies have employed quantitative measures of pedagogical outcomes and of student acceptance. This paper presents the methodology of a one year investigation, involving approximately 60 students, which compares primarily traditional, primarily Web-based and combined modalities of learning within an introductory computers science course for undergraduate non-majors

Topics: Abstract- Although the use of Computer-Assisted
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