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From the Paper:"Technological innovations in hypermedia have increased the possibilities for at-risk learners to become more successful (Duckworth & Taylor, 1995, p. 26). The application of hypertext technology to the teaching of reading appears to offer substantial advantages over traditional text-based instruction for at-risk learners (Horney & Anderson, 1994, p. 89).
There are a number of reasons why computer-aided instruction (CAI) is effective in teaching. One of these advantages is the novelty of the teaching approach. It is possible for CAI to transform dull tasks into interesting or even ..."
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Computer-Aided Instruction (2003, May 18) Retrieved April 24, 2014, from http://www.academon.com/research-proposal/computer-aided-instruction-11413/
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