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Strategies for the Creation, Design and Implementation of Effective Interactive Computer-Aided Learning Software in Numerate Business Subjects--The Byzantium Experience
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Information Services & Use Volume 18, Number 1, ISSN 0167-5265

Abstract

Discusses courseware development, including intelligent tutoring systems, under the Teaching and Learning Technology Programme and the Byzantium project that was designed to define computer-aided learning performance standards suitable for numerate business subjects; examine reasons to use computer-aided learning; and improve access to educational opportunities through distance learning delivery methods. (LRW)

Citation

Wilkinson-Riddle, G.J. & Patel, A. (1998). Strategies for the Creation, Design and Implementation of Effective Interactive Computer-Aided Learning Software in Numerate Business Subjects--The Byzantium Experience. Information Services & Use, 18(1), 127. Retrieved November 21, 2019 from .

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