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Microcomputers and CAL in Adult Education

Lifelong Learning: The Adult Years Volume 5, Number 10,


Computer assisted learning has the capability to cope with the diverse needs and characteristics of the adult learner, to provide alternative means of reaching goals, to provide flexibility in pacing learning, and to provide for independent and self-directed learning. (SK)


Garrison, R. (1982). Microcomputers and CAL in Adult Education. Lifelong Learning: The Adult Years, 5(10), 22-23. Retrieved July 24, 2019 from .

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