Computers are becoming an affordable and effective tool for assisting with classroom instruction. This article describes a pilot project that utilizes a computer-controlled hypermedia presentation system for lecture in agriculture courses. The principles involved in using computer-controlled hypermedia in the classroom are summarized. Suggestions are offered to assist faculty and administrators planning to design and implement computer-assisted classrooms.



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