Study strategies in a computer assisted study environment

  title={Study strategies in a computer assisted study environment},
  author={Jos Beishuizen and Evelien T. Stoutjesdijk},
A Computer Assisted Study Environment (CASE) was developed as a tool for diagnosing study problems, to be used together with other sources of information, such as learning style questionnaires and clinical interviews. Forty-one students were observed during a 1 h period of studying a text book chapter in CASE. The stages of orientation, planning, and execution were clearly separated by dividing the 1 h study session into three periods. Students could spend an unlimited part of the hour on… CONTINUE READING

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