Keywords

computer-aided instruction, accounting, tutoring, windows program

Abstract

Many educational researchers consider computers to be the most important technological development for education since the invention of the printing press or writing itself. They believe that computers will one day transform education, leaving their mark on education as writing and books have done. Even though computer aided instruction (CAI} has been used for many years, results at the college level have been mixed, although generally moderately positive, sometimes reducing instructional time while increasing learning effectiveness. [Kulik, 1990]

Document Type

Peer-Reviewed Article

Publication Date

1990

Language

English

College

Marriott School of Management

Department

Accountancy

University Standing at Time of Publication

Associate Professor

Included in

Accounting Commons

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