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Students Enrolled in Selected Upper-Division Agriculture Courses: An Examination of Computer Experiences, Self-Efficacy and Knowledge
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Journal of Agricultural Education Volume 41, Number 4, ISSN 1042-0541

Abstract

Of 169 agriculture students surveyed, 79% had computer training, 66% owned computers; they had slightly above average computer self-efficacy, especially in word processing, electronic mail, and Internet use. However, 72.7% scored 60% or less on a test of computer knowledge. There was little correlation between self-efficacy and computer knowledge. (SK)

Citation

Johnson, D.M., Ferguson, J.A. & Lester, M.L. (2000). Students Enrolled in Selected Upper-Division Agriculture Courses: An Examination of Computer Experiences, Self-Efficacy and Knowledge. Journal of Agricultural Education, 41(4), 62-72. Retrieved November 19, 2019 from .

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