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The main purposes of this study were to analyze the characteristics of feedback used in computer-assisted instruction, and to investigate the differences between the use of characteristics of feedback in grade levels, subject areas, and types of instructional programs. The methodology of content analysis was used to examine and analyze 199 computer-assisted instructional programs located in the Microcomputer Lab, College of Education, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.

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