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Proofreading for Students with Learning Disabilities: Integrating Computer and Strategy Use

McNaughton, D., Hughes, C., & Ofiesh, N. (1997). Proofreading for students with learning disabilities: Integrating computer and strategy use. Learning Disabilities Research & Practice, 12(1), 16-28.

Topic: Learning Strategies
Subcategory: Research
Summary: A multiple-probe, across-subjects design is used to investigate the impact of an integrated proofreading strategy combining the use of a computer-based spelling checker and a learning strategy (INSPECT Strategy) on the proofreading performance of students with LD.

 

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