Computer- vs. paper-based tasks: are they equivalent?

  title={Computer- vs. paper-based tasks: are they equivalent?},
  author={J. M. Noyes and Kate J. Garland},
  volume={51 9},
In 1992, Dillon published his critical review of the empirical literature on reading from paper vs. screen. However, the debate concerning the equivalence of computer- and paper-based tasks continues, especially with the growing interest in online assessment. The current paper reviews the literature over the last 15 years and contrasts the results of these more recent studies with Dillon's findings. It is concluded that total equivalence is not possible to achieve, although developments in… CONTINUE READING
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