by Donald A. Cook
Attempts to base instruction on sound behavioral principles encounter challenges in two areas: arranging contingencies for the individual learner and managing traffic and information where progress rates are individualized. Computers and software can contribute to solutions in both areas. This monograph explores current examples using designs, sample data, and a discussion of problems and prospects for new syntheses.
ISBN 1-881317-09-9 / $20.95 / 1998