Differences in computer attitudes and performance among re-entry and traditional college students

Klein, James D.; Knupfer, Nancy Nelson
June 1993
Journal of Research on Computing in Education;Summer93, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p498
Academic Journal
Compares the attitudes and performance of re-entry and traditional college students enrolled in a computer literacy course. Confidence and interest in learning about computers; Computer knowledge and skill objectives.


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