An Investigation of Students' Thought Processes in Solving Business Problems with a Database Application
ITLPJ Volume 19, Number 1, ISSN 1535-1556
A study examined students' thinking processes when using database applications to solve an ill-structured business problem and compared six students using command language with six using menu selection computer interfaces. Students used a subgoal analysis method for problem solving. Command language group was more likely to skip relevant factors due to the complex interface. (Contains 47 references.) (JOW)
Chen, C. (2001). An Investigation of Students' Thought Processes in Solving Business Problems with a Database Application. Information Technology, Learning, and Performance Journal, 19(1), 5-19.