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Factors that Contribute to Louisiana Business Teachers' Information Technology and Productivity Software Skills
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Delta Pi Epsilon Journal Volume 40, Number 2, ISSN 0011-8052

Abstract

A majority of 166 secondary Louisiana business teachers surveyed felt their skills were inadequate in productivity software and information technology. They rely on self-directed learning and literature for professional development. Inservice training did not seem to improve their skills. (SK)

Citation

Redmann, D.H., Kotrlik, J.W., Harrison, B.C. & Handley, C.S. (1998). Factors that Contribute to Louisiana Business Teachers' Information Technology and Productivity Software Skills. Delta Pi Epsilon Journal, 40(2), 98-111. Retrieved December 16, 2019 from .

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