Factors Facilitating or Hindering the Use of Computers in Schools
Educational Research Volume 34, Number 1, ISSN 0013-1881
Teachers in seven Australian secondary schools identified themselves as users (n=102) or nonusers (n=250) of computers in class. Users were encouraged by access to computers and software and self-motivation. Nonusers lacked confidence with computers, lacked time to review software, and had access difficulties. (SK)
Zammit, S.A. (1992). Factors Facilitating or Hindering the Use of Computers in Schools. Educational Research, 34(1), 57-66.
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