Document Type

Article

Department

Behavioral and Organizational Sciences (CGU)

Publication Date

11-1986

Disciplines

Computer Sciences | Curriculum and Instruction | Education | Psychology

Abstract

Empirical information on specific factors that make educational software effective in reaching instructional objectives would be of considerable value. The authors describe the current state of evaluation research with educational software and discuss how popular software review methods fall short of meeting our need to know how well specific programs work.

Comments

Previously linked to as: http://ccdl.libraries.claremont.edu/u?/irw,360.

Pdf acquired through Interlibrary Loan.

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© 1986 Educational Technology Publications, Inc.

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