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Computer-assisted instruction is an interactive learning method in which a computer is used to present instructional material, monitor learning and help in selecting and accessing additional material in accordance with individual learner needs.From a statistical perspective, an educational institution that has a computer laboratory devoted to pedagogical use is counted as having computer-assisted instruction.
Source: UNESCO UIS 2009, Global
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