Assessment of the Relationships between the Computer Attitudes and Computer Literacy Levels of Prospective Educators
Journal of Research on Computing in Education Volume 24, Number 3, ISSN 0888-6504
Data gathered from 83 prospective business educators on computer anxiety, attitudes toward computers in education, attitudes toward computers as a teaching tool, and computer liking were correlated with data on subjects' computer systems and applications literacy. A relationship between computer attitude and computer system literacy was found, and implications for programs to prepare computer literate teachers were drawn. (MES)
Hignite, M.A. & Echternacht, L.J. (1992). Assessment of the Relationships between the Computer Attitudes and Computer Literacy Levels of Prospective Educators. Journal of Research on Computing in Education, 24(3), 381.
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