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Educational Computing in Rural Versus Urban Settings
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Research in Rural Education Volume 3, Number 3,

Abstract

Reports findings of survey of access to, attitudes towards, and knowledge about computers among 262 rural and 2,065 urban secondary students and 37 rural and 665 urban elementary/secondary educators. Shows rural students had more positive attitudes toward computers and greater access to computers. (NEC)

Citation

Marshall, J.C. & Bannon, S.H. (1986). Educational Computing in Rural Versus Urban Settings. Research in Rural Education, 3(3), 131. Retrieved June 25, 2019 from .

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