With the increasing availability of computers and the software programs, learning in an educational environment has been reshaped. Computer technology is being used as a significant tool that can allow and encourage independent and self-paced learning both inside and outside the classroom. With the embracing of this technology by the educational community, there is also the responsibility of educators to carefully assess the impact of students' learning by this means. Within the context of the symposium, olntegrating Computer-Aided Instruction,ö focus will be placed upon both the current implementation of computer-technology and its impact. Educators from four centers of higher learning will discuss the development of computer technology within their institutional curriculum, and identify advantages and concerns of such technology as determined by student and faculty feedback. A round-table discussion also will provide a forum for exchange of student and faculty perspectives on computer-assisted instruction.
|Original language||English (US)|
|State||Published - Mar 20 1998|
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Molecular Biology