Computer-Related Technology Use by Counselors in the New Millennium: A Delphi Study
Journal of Technology in Counseling Volume 2, Number 2,
There has been scant exploration of the extent to which counselors are using various types of computer related technology (CRT) in their work. This study examines which counselor-related tasks counselors are currently accomplishing with the help of CRT, and in what ways CRT will be used by counselors and counselor educators to do their work in the future. (Contains 26 references.) (GCP)
Cabaniss, K. (2002). Computer-Related Technology Use by Counselors in the New Millennium: A Delphi Study. Journal of Technology in Counseling, 2(2),.
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