Research: Computer Interfaces and Their Impact on Learning

The evidence is clear – the way students enter information into a computer makes a big difference. Schools and school systems need to understand that even with great teachers and excellent planning, computers can either enhance a student’s ability to think, communicate and learn, or seriously undermine it. Professor Sharon Oviatt draws on her extensive research, and that of other global experts, to examine the role keyboards and digital pens play in the process of thinking and learning.

Provided by: Data#3 Topic: Mobility Date Added: Oct 2016 Format: PDF

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