Aides informatisées à la production d'écrits : Une revue de la littérature

Abstract : The purpose of a large amount of studies was to measure the effects of word processors on text production, in both terms of quantity and quality. Their rather non conclusive results have been replicated with other software tests, like outline processors, spellcheckers as well as tutoring systems. The purpose of this paper is first to review of twelve selected experiments measuring the effects of computer aids to text production, in secondary and higher education. Second, to present some debates on educational media effects: the capacity to amplify or reorganize written production, the usability of their multiple functionalities, as well as the validity of tutoring systems’ pedagogical methods.
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Philippe Dessus. Aides informatisées à la production d'écrits : Une revue de la littérature. Sciences et Techniques Educatives, Hermes, 2001, 8 (3-4), pp.413-433. ⟨hal-01222930⟩

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