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Sturtevant, Victoria; Johnson, Bryce – Teaching Sociology, 1988
Explains how microcomputer-based test generation systems work and how to select and use such a system. Discusses several available programs, recommending the Harpertest and Micro-Pac systems for ease of use and versatility. Describes the benefits and limitations of microcomputer test generation systems. (GEA)
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Testing, Computer Software, Computer Software Reviews, Higher Education
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Stack, Steven – Teaching Sociology, 1988
Reviews the uses of DEMOS, a set of demographic computer simulations which can be used to improve instruction in introductory sociology courses. Gives examples of both interactive and noninteractive exercises, concluding that DEMOS is easy to use and enjoyable, with approximately 90 percent of students recommending its continued use. (GEA)
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Computer Simulation, Computer Software Reviews, Demography