The phrase Computer Assisted Learning (CAL), also known as Computer Aided Learning (CAL), Computer Based Instruction (CBI), or Computer Aided Instruction, has gained prominence during the past ten years (CAI). We can define CAL as the learning processes and settings made possible by computers for the sake of this review. However, interaction is the key to comprehending CAL. On many different levels, computers may help with interaction during the learning process. The student's or user's engagement with the information and instructional materials is present on one level (for example with an interactive patient on a CDROM). Computers can also facilitate peer engagement, peer-to-peer interaction, and interaction between members of larger "virtual learning communities."
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