Affiliations of Computer Self-Efficacy and Attitudes with Need for Learning Computer Skills
Journal of Educational Computing Research Volume 17, Number 4, ISSN 0735-6331
This study of 296 undergraduate students investigates relationships concerning computer efficacy, attitudes toward computers, and need for learning computer skills. Multiple regression revealed attitudes toward computers, and computer self-efficacy, were significant predictors of the need for learning computing skills between two groups of students, although students from computer classes demanded a higher level of computing skills than non-computer class students. (Author/AEF)
Zhang, Y. & Espinoza, S. (1997). Affiliations of Computer Self-Efficacy and Attitudes with Need for Learning Computer Skills. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 17(4), 371.
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