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Journal of the American Association of Teacher Educators in Agriculture Vol. 28, No. 2 (1987) pp. 40–44
The authors attempted to determine what computer skills are needed by students for entry-level employment in agribusiness. Although teachers are using computers for instruction, few employers rate computer skills as important for entry-level workers....
Connecting Secondary and Postsecondary Student Social Media Skills: Recommendations for Administrators
Educational Leadership and Administration: Teaching and Program Development Vol. 25 (March 2014) pp. 54–64
Social media has become common ground for many high school and college students, and its use has the potential to impact learning. With fast response times and immediate availability of ideas and data, students change their perceptions about how...
A Comparison of Traditional and World Wide Web Methodologies, Computer Anxiety, and Higher Order Thinking Skills in the In-Service Training of Mississippi 4-H Extension Agents
Journal of Agricultural Education Vol. 43, No. 3 (2002) pp. 25–36
A control group of 13 extension agents received traditional inservice training; 13 others used an interactive website. No posttest differences were found based on training method or level of computer anxiety at the knowledge level of Bloom's...
The Effects of World Wide Web Instruction and Traditional Instruction and Learning Styles on Achievement and Changes in Student Attitudes in a Technical Writing in Agricommunication Course
Journal of Agricultural Education Vol. 39, No. 4 (1998) pp. 65–75
Traditional instruction in technical writing was given to 29 students and 29 were instructed via the World Wide Web. Examination scores and Group Embedded Figures Test results showed the Web class had significantly higher achievement and attitudes...