Commitment to Learning: Effects of Computer Experience, Confidence and Attitudes
Journal of Educational Computing Research Volume 16, Number 1, ISSN 0735-6331
A study of 148 male and 161 female 7-12 graders tested the hypothesis that computer attitudes and computer confidence positively affect each other and that both positively affect commitment to computer learning. Contrary to expectations, computer confidence had a negative effect on commitment to learning. Includes an attitudes and self-confidence questionnaire. (66 references) (PEN)
Levine, T. & Donitsa-Schmidt, S. (1997). Commitment to Learning: Effects of Computer Experience, Confidence and Attitudes. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 16(1), 83-105.
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