Computer Science & Electrical
Received: 05 Sep 2017 , Published: 10 October 2017
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|1||Dr. Sashi Morolia|
|2||Piyush M. Maurya|
The purpose of this examine turned into to look at the impact that generation has on a student's
motivation to study new information and hold said data. The process concerned the entirety of
two projects over the direction of a 9-week look at. One group changed into to create traditional
storybook projects. A second organization changed into to complete pc-based totally projects. A
3rd organization became given the choice of which assignment to finish. A pre-submit-retention
take a look at, likert scale surveys, and publish undertaking interviews had been used to gather
the facts. The consequences of this examine assist the concept that when given the selection of
project, students preserve expertise irrespective of which venture is chosen, traditional or pc-
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