Learning preferences, computer attitudes, and test performance with computer-aided instruction.

@article{Lynch2001LearningPC,
  title={Learning preferences, computer attitudes, and test performance with computer-aided instruction.},
  author={Thomas G. Lynch and David J R Steele and Jodi E Johnson Palensky and Naomi L Lacy and Sean W Duffy},
  journal={American journal of surgery},
  year={2001},
  volume={181 4},
  pages={368-71}
}
BACKGROUND Learning preference refers to how individuals choose to approach learning situations. Computer-aided instruction (CAI) permits the adaptation of educational content to individual student learning strategies. METHODS To determine if learning preference and computer attitude influence the acquisition of knowledge using CAI materials, a prototype CAI program was developed that incorporated differing learning exercises. Students (n = 180) completed Rezler's Learning Preference… CONTINUE READING
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