Students' and teachers' perceptions of motivation and learning through the use in schools of multimedia encyclopaedias on CD-ROM
Publisher: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education
Subject: motivations | [INFO.EIAH]Computer Science [cs]/Technology for Human Learning
This article is the result of interviews with teachers, students, and school librarians in eight UK secondary schools regarding their use of multimedia encyclopaedias on CD-ROM. It focuses on a content analysis of their comments on how having access to multimedia encycl... View more
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