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"Computerization" of a Sociology Department: The Experience at Ball State


Teaching Sociology Volume 16, Number 2, ISSN 0092-055X


Traces the development of university faculty computer literacy and the extensive use of computer capabilities in undergraduate instruction in a sociology department. Computer applications and benefits are described in terms of teaching, administrative work, research productivity, faculty morale, and departmental image within the university. (Author/BSR)


Bode, J.G. & Johnson, W.S. (1988). "Computerization" of a Sociology Department: The Experience at Ball State. Teaching Sociology, 16(2), 160. Retrieved March 26, 2023 from .

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