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Education Libraries, v27 n2 p5-12 Win 2004

This paper discussed the concept of computer competency and investigated the relationship between students' computer competency and their perception of enjoyment and difficulty level of web-based distance-learning courses. Participants were 237 entering graduate students in library and information science from a mid-southwestern state university in the United States from year 2001 to 2003. Computer competency was estimated by students' self-report of their prior knowledge of information technology skills in a survey called "Computer Skill and Use Assessment". Statistical significance was found between the correlation of computer competency and students' perception of enjoyment level (p=0.011) and difficulty level (p=0.001). (Contains 4 tables.)

Descriptors: Difficulty Level, Computer Literacy, Information Technology, Prior Learning, Competence, Student Attitudes, Distance Education, Internet, Statistical Significance, Graduate Students, Information Science Education, Information Science, Surveys, Computer Uses in Education, Correlation, Web Based Instruction

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Autor: Du, Yunfei

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=5848&id=EJ983928







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