Impacts of Personal Characteristics on Computer Attitude and Academic Users Information System Satisfaction
Journal of Educational Computing Research Volume 26, Number 4, ISSN 0735-6331
Describes a study that evaluated the effects of computer experience, gender, and academic performance on computer attitude and user information system satisfaction in a university setting. Results of an analysis of variance showed that the personal characteristics made a difference in computer attitudes but not in academic computer system user satisfaction. (LRW)
Lim, K.S. (2002). Impacts of Personal Characteristics on Computer Attitude and Academic Users Information System Satisfaction. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 26(4), 395-406.
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