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Computer Literacy: How Do You Rate?
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Canadian Library Journal Volume 46, Number 2,

Abstract

Provides a self-test designed to measure computer literacy of library personnel. Overall literacy levels are determined by assessing skills and knowledge in the areas of hardware, languages, operating systems, and applications. Suggestions for skill enhancement through private study and continuing education are offered and sources of further information are listed. (CLB)

Citation

Wilburn, M. (1989). Computer Literacy: How Do You Rate?. Canadian Library Journal, 46(2), 87-90. Retrieved September 15, 2019 from .

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