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A Comparison of Traditional and World Wide Web Methodologies, Computer Anxiety, and Higher Order Thinking Skills in the In-Service Training of Mississippi 4-H Extension Agents
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Journal of Agricultural Education Volume 43, Number 3, ISSN 1042-0541

Abstract

A control group of 13 extension agents received traditional inservice training; 13 others used an interactive website. No posttest differences were found based on training method or level of computer anxiety at the knowledge level of Bloom's taxonomy. At the application level, the traditional group had higher scores. (Contains 27 references.) (SK)

Citation

Sexton, J.S., Raven, M.R. & Newman, M.E. (2002). A Comparison of Traditional and World Wide Web Methodologies, Computer Anxiety, and Higher Order Thinking Skills in the In-Service Training of Mississippi 4-H Extension Agents. Journal of Agricultural Education, 43(3), 25-36. Retrieved October 18, 2019 from .

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