Computer Aided Learning (CAL)

CAL is where someone makes use of a specially designed software application in order to learn about a subject or practice a new set of skills.

Computer Aided Learning is not only used in schools but is also widely used in industry to teach employees about the things they need to know about.

There are many features included in a CAL application:

> You are able to move forward and backward through the course at your own pace.
> You are able to stop at any point and return to that point later.
> There will be some form of testing and scoring and feedback will be provided to you on your progress.
> You are able to continue retaking the tests until you pass or are sufficiently confident with your skills.

CAL applications or courses usually make use of various multimedia such as videos and sound files.

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