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Computers in Education: A Triumph of Process over Purpose
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Collegiate Microcomputer Volume 9, Number 4, ISSN 0731-4213

Abstract

Discusses problems with integrating computers into college curricula from both student and faculty perspectives. A lack of faculty computer literacy is discussed; learning the process of computer use versus the purposes for computer use is addressed; the interaction between faculty, students, and computers is considered; and possible solutions are suggested. (LRW)

Citation

Hofmann, L.A. (1991). Computers in Education: A Triumph of Process over Purpose. Collegiate Microcomputer, 9(4), 215. Retrieved December 3, 2021 from .

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