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Computer-Assisted Homework in Accounting: Effects on Student Achievement and Attitude
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Delta Pi Epsilon Journal Volume 31, Number 2,

Abstract

Compares differences in achievement, homework time, and attitudes between college students using computer-assisted instruction to complete accounting homework and those completing traditional homework problems. Findings reveal no significant difference in achievement or time spent on homework. Students using computers, however, had more positive attitudes about the course. (Author/CH)

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LaBonty, D.J. (1989). Computer-Assisted Homework in Accounting: Effects on Student Achievement and Attitude. Delta Pi Epsilon Journal, 31(2), 47-55. Retrieved April 17, 2019 from .

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