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Journal of Agricultural Education

2000 Volume 41, Number 4

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 3

  1. Student Computer Use in Selected Undergraduate Agriculture Courses: An Examination of Required Tasks

    Donald M. Johnson, James A. Ferguson, Nancy W. Vokins & Melissa L. Lester

    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... More

    pp. 27-38

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  2. Perceived Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats Impacting the Diffusion of Distance Education Technologies in a College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

    Theresa Pesl Murphrey & Kim E. Dooley

    Interviews with administrators, faculty, and support staff (n=42) in a university agriculture department revealed that they recognized distance technology as a means of reaching new audiences;... More

    pp. 39-50

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  3. Students Enrolled in Selected Upper-Division Agriculture Courses: An Examination of Computer Experiences, Self-Efficacy and Knowledge

    Donald M. Johnson, James A. Ferguson & Melissa L. Lester

    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... More

    pp. 62-72

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