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The Effect of Microcomputer-Assisted Instruction on the Computer Literacy of Fifth Grade Students
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Journal of Educational Research Volume 76, Number 5,

Abstract

A study investigated the effect of microcomputer-assisted instruction on the acquisition of computer literacy by 86 fifth-grade students. Results indicate that the use of microcomputer-assisted instruction significantly improved the computer literacy of the students. (Authors/CJ)

Citation

Steele, K.J. (1983). The Effect of Microcomputer-Assisted Instruction on the Computer Literacy of Fifth Grade Students. Journal of Educational Research, 76(5), 298-301. Retrieved September 26, 2022 from .

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