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A Review of the Literature on Attitudes Towards Computers and Computerized Instruction
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Journal of Research and Development in Education Volume 16, Number 1,

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This paper reviews research concerning students' and teachers' attitudes toward computers, points out obstacles to computer literacy, and suggests ways to expand it through staff development, planning, and attention to teachers' sensitivities. Factors impeding computer literacy include: (1) diverse computer software and programs; (2) inconsistent terminology; (3) different methodologies; and (4) teachers' anxiety. (PP)

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Lawton, J. & Gerschner, V.T. (1982). A Review of the Literature on Attitudes Towards Computers and Computerized Instruction. Journal of Research and Development in Education, 16(1), 50-55. Retrieved May 28, 2020 from .

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