Published in 1988, this bibliography focuses on four main areas; descriptions of the computer and its effects on human thinking and learning, computers in teaching situations, problems arising from the use of computers, and examinations of the future use of computers in education. Publications with relevant information are included, and in some cases studies have been annotated to provide more information on the citation.
The bibliography presents researchers with a listing of primary and secondary sources detailing the role of the computer in education from 1975 to 1986. Short term, as well as longitudinal works are included, across all formats including articles, reviews, dissertations and books.
1. Preschool. 2. Elementary School. 3. Secondary School. 4. General.
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