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Computer Literacy for Teachers
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Educational Leadership Volume 40, Number 1,

Abstract

Reviews the range of contextual factors, possible content orientations, training models (from one-day overviews to courses offering three college credits), and follow-up mechanisms that must be considered by administrators who have committed their districts to providing inservice programs to develop teachers' computer literacy. (PGD)

Citation

Martin, C.D. & Heller, R.S. (1982). Computer Literacy for Teachers. Educational Leadership, 40(1), 46-47. Retrieved October 24, 2019 from .

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