How Fluent with Information Technology (FIT) Are Our Students?
Educause Quarterly Volume 24, Number 4, ISSN 1528-5324
Surveyed Southwestern University students about how fluent with information technology they see themselves. Found that students came to college equipped with basic skills in using e-mail, Internet browsing, and word processing, but lack experience with other contemporary skills such as working with spreadsheets and databases, networking, and creating Web pages. (EV)
McEuen, S.F. (2001). How Fluent with Information Technology (FIT) Are Our Students?. Educause Quarterly, 24(4), 8-17.
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