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Reliability and Generalizability of the Collis Attitudes toward Computers Survey
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Educational Research Quarterly Volume 13, Number 4, ISSN 0196-5042

Abstract

The Collis Attitudes toward Computers Survey, developed by B. Collis (1984) for a secondary school population, was tested with 305 college students attending the University of Winnipeg (Canada). Results support the reliability and generalizability of the survey and identified one dominant factor--personal interest and enjoyment of computers. (SLD)

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Temple, L. & Lips, H.M. (1989). Reliability and Generalizability of the Collis Attitudes toward Computers Survey. Educational Research Quarterly, 13(4), 6-9. Retrieved December 10, 2019 from .

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