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Journal of Educational Technology Systems

1993 Volume 21, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 3

  1. Factors in the Adoption and Use of an Electronic Communication System for MBA Students

    Barry Z. Posner

    Presents a case study of the implementation of a 2-year project designed to stimulate the use of an electronic mail system called BIZNET by 1,100 part-time MBA (Masters in Business Administration) ... More

    pp. 5-19

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  2. The Effect of Student-Instructor Interaction on Achievement in a Dyad Computer-Based Training (CBT) Environment

    Stanley D. Stephenson

    Reports on a study that explored the impact of instructor-student interaction when pairs of business statistics students used a computer spreadsheet package to perform statistical calculations.... More

    pp. 27-35

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  3. A Systematic Approach to Improving In-House Computer Literacy

    John S. Craig

    Presents a model for training end-users of in-house computer systems that consists of nine stages: needs assessment; defining the learning objective; analyzing existing training; written... More

    pp. 51-70

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