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Gender Equity in Computer Learning Environments

Computers and the Social Sciences Volume 1, Number 1,


Characterizes gap between potential of computers in education and their performance in classrooms; documents differential participation of males and females in computer experiences and discusses contributory factors; describes two studies of how males and females respond to computer learning environments; and suggests actions to foster equitable outcomes from these environments. (MBR)


Linn, M.C. (1985). Gender Equity in Computer Learning Environments. Computers and the Social Sciences, 1(1), 19-27. Retrieved August 21, 2019 from .

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