Computer Displays / Interactive Information
Simple facts / key words can be displayed as previously indicated with respect to the O.H.P., to act as a visual display to accompany a talk.
Another method of approach to the learning situation is that of showing a statement on the screen and following it by a simple question about that statement.
If the answer is correct then the screen display shows the next step in the program.
Alternatively, if the answer is incorrect, then a previous statement may be shown to recap.
In this way material at least receives a considered review.
For assimilation of information, questionnaires, interviews and group discussions are useful.