Computer Use, Computer Attitudes, and Gender: Differential Implications of Micro and Mainframe Usage among College Students
Journal of Research on Computing in Education Volume 22, Number 2,
Describes study of college students that examined relationships between their attitudes toward computers and amount of computer use. Microcomputer and mainframe computer usage are examined, gender differences are discussed, the need to use computers in classes is considered, and perceived educational benefits and social impact of computers are analyzed. (13 references) (LRW)
Wu, Y.K. & Morgan, M. (1989). Computer Use, Computer Attitudes, and Gender: Differential Implications of Micro and Mainframe Usage among College Students. Journal of Research on Computing in Education, 22(2), 214.
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