A Scale for Assessing Student Attitudes towards Computers: Preliminary Findings
Computers in the Schools Volume 3, Number 2, ISSN 0738-0569
Describes the development and preliminary validation of the Computer Attitudes Scale (CAS), which is designed to provide researchers and educators with a way of assessing some basic student attitudes about computer usage. (MBR)
Richards, P.S. (1986). A Scale for Assessing Student Attitudes towards Computers: Preliminary Findings. Computers in the Schools, 3(2), 31-38.
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