Computer Assisted Adult Interactive Learning in a Multi-Cultural Environment

  title={Computer Assisted Adult Interactive Learning in a Multi-Cultural Environment},
  author={Amy Liang and Robert J. McQueen},
  journal={Adult Learning},
  pages={26 - 29}
With the declining cost and continued convergence of computing and communication technologies, and the availability of networked, computer multimedia communication, instruction supported by Web and e-mail interactive technology has been widely adopted by teaching and learning institutions. Adult learning often seems more consistent with the sort of peer learning and exchange that takes place outside formal education and training situations than within them. When more and more adults, who have… 
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