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The Effect of Interaction and Perceived Need for Training on Learning and Time Spent Learning from Computer-Based Instruction
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Canadian Journal of Educational Communication Volume 17, Number 3,

Abstract

Describes study that examined the effects of embedded questions and review frames on learning from computer-based instruction as well as the effect of perceived need for training on performance. Experimental and control group treatments for management training are explained, hypotheses tested are presented, and results are analyzed. (24 references) (LRW)

Citation

Schwier, R.A. & Misanchuk, E.R. (1988). The Effect of Interaction and Perceived Need for Training on Learning and Time Spent Learning from Computer-Based Instruction. Canadian Journal of Educational Communication, 17(3), 147. Retrieved September 23, 2019 from .

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