Information technology is furnishing modes of accessing and manipulating knowledge which are radically different from those offered by the traditional curriculum. Teaching effectiveness in the basic course is likely to depend increasingly on understanding the nature, function, benefits and potential costs of computer-mediated communication. The purposes of this article are to: (1) review theory and research illuminating the potential benefits and costs of computer-mediated instruction, (2) suggest some starting points for implementing computer-mediated instruction, and (3) identify factors which are likely to influence the effectiveness of teaching in computer-mediated environments.
Rasch, Chris R.
"Computer-Mediated Learning Environments: Theory and Research Into Practice,"
Basic Communication Course Annual: Vol. 9, Article 12.
Available at: https://ecommons.udayton.edu/bcca/vol9/iss1/12
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