Computer-based study strategies for students with learning disabilities: individual differences associated with adoption level.

@article{AndersonInman1996ComputerbasedSS,
  title={Computer-based study strategies for students with learning disabilities: individual differences associated with adoption level.},
  author={Lynne Anderson-Inman and Carolyn Knox-Quinn and Mark A. Horney},
  journal={Journal of learning disabilities},
  year={1996},
  volume={29 5},
  pages={461-84}
}
This article reports results from a study of the use of technology to support students with learning disabilities in the use of effective study strategies. Thirty secondary students were given laptop computers and taught a variety of computer-based study strategies designed to facilitate information recording, organization, and manipulation. Results suggest that students adopted this innovation at three levels: (a) Power Users (skilled, independent users, integrating the computer into their… CONTINUE READING

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