Towards realising the full benefit of computer aided learning

Robert M. Whalley (Third year as a PhD student at Leeds Metropolitan University. He was formerly a project manager developing customer information systems)

Industrial and Commercial Training

ISSN: 0019-7858

Publication date: 1 April 1998


Computer‐based management education is evolving into a discipline which will affect a wide range of people both as designers and users. Management educators, in business and training organizations, will have the opportunity to deliver modules of their courses and design new learning experiences through this medium. Explores the literature with the objective of highlighting techniques which will help the designer work effectively within the constraints of the medium. It concludes by considering factors which have limited the growth of the medium and strategies which have the potential to overcome these limits.



Whalley, R. (1998), "Towards realising the full benefit of computer aided learning", Industrial and Commercial Training, Vol. 30 No. 2, pp. 53-62.

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