Independent student learning aided by computers: an acceptable alternative to lectures?

@article{Dewhurst2000IndependentSL,
  title={Independent student learning aided by computers: an acceptable alternative to lectures?},
  author={David Dewhurst and Hamish Macleod and Tracey A. M. Norris},
  journal={Computers & Education},
  year={2000},
  volume={35},
  pages={223-241}
}
Computer-based learning (CBL) is now a feature of many university curricula. Where CBL is used to replace traditional teaching, it is important to monitor its e€ectiveness in relation to the forms of teaching it replaces. A previous study (Dewhurst, D.G., & Williams, A.D. (1998). An investigation of the potential for a computer-based program covering the cardiovascular system to replace traditional lectures. Computers and Education 31, 301±317.), employing a cross-over design, of a single… CONTINUE READING