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Creating Effective Computer-Assisted Instruction

Optometric Education Volume 18, Number 4,


A guide to development of effective computer-assisted instruction outlines four essential phases (planning, design, execution, and distribution), with specific activities to occur in each phase. In addition, frequent internal review is seen as critical to effective application. (MSE)


Schwartz, D.L. (1993). Creating Effective Computer-Assisted Instruction. Optometric Education, 18(4), 115. Retrieved September 17, 2019 from .

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