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New Directions for Higher Education Vol. 157 (2012) pp. 59–71
Technology has become an integral part of landscape of higher education. Students are coming to college with an arsenal of technological tools at their disposal. These tools are being used for informal, everyday communication as well as for formal...
Honors in Practice Vol. 14, No. 1 (2018) pp. 119–128
The purpose of this article is to describe the most recent blogging project in an honors course--a collaborative student-success blog written for and by honors students. The project was conceived as the primary project for the course Honors...
Students Enrolled in Selected Upper-Division Agriculture Courses: An Examination of Computer Experiences, Self-Efficacy and Knowledge
Journal of Agricultural Education Vol. 41, No. 4 (2000) pp. 62–72
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...
Computer Experiences, Self-Efficacy and Knowledge of Students Enrolled in Introductory University Agriculture Courses
Journal of Agricultural Education Vol. 40, No. 2 (1999) pp. 28–37
Of 175 freshmen agriculture students, 74% had prior computer courses, 62% owned computers. The number of computer topics studied predicted both computer self-efficacy and computer knowledge. A substantial positive correlation was found between self...
Student Computer Use in Selected Undergraduate Agriculture Courses: An Examination of Required Tasks
Journal of Agricultural Education Vol. 41, No. 4 (2000) pp. 27–38
Over 50% of faculty teaching undergraduate agriculture courses (n=58) required use of word processing, Internet, and electronic mail; less than 50% required spreadsheets, databases, graphics, or specialized software. They planned to maintain or...