Computer-assisted instruction as a learning resource for applied anatomy and kinesiology in the occupational therapy curriculum.

@article{TothCohen1995ComputerassistedIA,
  title={Computer-assisted instruction as a learning resource for applied anatomy and kinesiology in the occupational therapy curriculum.},
  author={Susan Toth-Cohen},
  journal={The American journal of occupational therapy : official publication of the American Occupational Therapy Association},
  year={1995},
  volume={49 8},
  pages={
          821-7
        }
}
OBJECTIVES The purpose of these studies was to examine the learning outcomes of a computer-assisted instruction (CAI) tutorial in applied anatomy and kinesiology for occupational therapy students and to determine its applicability for use in two university settings. METHOD Two separate pilot studies were conducted at two universities. In each study, the learning outcomes of an experimental group of occupational therapy students using a CAI program and a control group using books to study the… CONTINUE READING

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