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ERIC Number: ED029082
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Dec-31
Pages: 82
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Reference Count: 0
Experimentation With Computer-Assisted Instruction In Technical Education. Semi-Annual Progress Report. Report No. R-9.
Mitzel, Harold E.; And Others
A paper and four research studies involving computer assisted instruction (CAI) are reported. "On Narrowing the Credibility Gap for Computer-Assisted Instruction" by Harold E. Mitzel reviews the cost, shortage of programs, and lack of detailed educational plans as major reasons for the nonacceptance of computer-assisted instruction. "A Comparison of the Effectivess of Five Feedback Modes in a Computer Assisted Adjunct Auto Instruction Program" reports a study involving five feedback modes and 75 college students. "Numerical and Verbal Aptitude Tests Administered at the Student Station" reports an experimental attempt to teach remedial spelling to college students. "Effects of Reducing Verbal Content in Computer Assisted Instruction Programs" deals with correlation between intelligence and learning after studying a low verbal content program, a decrease in instructional time, and no learning reduction due to content reduction. VT 005 977 is a similar report. (EM)
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Authoring Institution: Pennsylvania State Univ., University Park. Computer-Assisted Instruction Lab.