Evaluation of Computer-Assisted Instruction (CAI) by Analytic Appraisal
Evaluation deserves special consideration in this volume because it frequently influences the selection of methods and media to use for producing educational programs and is needed for refining production and for selecting materials after they are completed.
KeywordsPanel Member Motion Picture Educational Quality Review Panel Educational Measurement
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