Shows how both instructors and students can benefit from business writing classes taught in computer classrooms. Instructors will see improvement in the quality of student work, and students will gain real knowledge of how business documents are created. To incorporate computers in the classroom, instructors first need to overcome the common objections to moving a class into a laboratory setting, including inadequate computer knowledge, and to learn what changes in classroom dynamics occur when a class is taught in a computer laboratory. Once they do this, they can enjoy a reduction in class preparation time, more freedom to conduct individual conferences with students, and increased student co‐operation.
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