Relation of Computer Attitudes and Computer Attributions to Enrollment in High School Computer Courses and Self-Perceived Computer Proficiency
N Jo Campbell, Janice E. Williams
Journal of Research on Computing in Education Volume 22, Number 3,
Describes a study of high school students that presents two exploratory path analyses of potentially relevant variables influencing both computer course enrollment and self-perceived computer proficiency. Computer attitudes and computer attributions are investigated, and implications for designing educational strategies are discussed. (25 references) (LRW)
Campbell, N.J. & Williams, J.E. (1990). Relation of Computer Attitudes and Computer Attributions to Enrollment in High School Computer Courses and Self-Perceived Computer Proficiency. Journal of Research on Computing in Education, 22(3), 276. Retrieved May 29, 2023 from https://www.learntechlib.org/p/141947/.
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