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A New Approach To CAI: Online Applications For Procedural Based Activities
Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Education (2005)
  • C. Zakrzewski, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
  • Andrew H. Feinstein, San Jose State University
  • G. Sammons, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Abstract
This study examines the differences in the acquisition of procedural knowledge between the utilization of video versus illustrated audio in computer assisted instruction (CAI). One hundred and forty-five students from two major southwestern universities participated in the study. Results indicate that there are no differences in the acquisition of procedural knowledge between using these educational technologies. It was also determined that several participant demographic characteristics and a participant's learning style - determined by the Gregorc Style Delineator - did not significantly moderate their acquisition of procedural knowledge.
Publication Date
2005
Citation Information
C. Zakrzewski, Andrew H. Feinstein and G. Sammons. "A New Approach To CAI: Online Applications For Procedural Based Activities" Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Education Vol. 17 Iss. 1 (2005)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/andrew_feinstein/12/