This paper argues that while advances in technology are increasingly impacting on the way in which curriculum is delivered i.e. computer-assisted-learning (CAL), little attention however is being focused on how computers can play a vital role in decision making e.g. assessment, yet the two are critical elements in delivery of quality education. Both computer-assisted learning (CAL) and computer assisted assessment (CAA) play a critical and complementary role in curriculum implementation.
Paper presented at the eLearning Africa Conference 2007.