Organizing Education for Minorities: Enhancing Minority Access and Use of the New Information Technologies in Higher Education
Education and Computing Volume 8, Number 1, ISSN 0167-9287
Discusses rapid changes in use of computers and related technologies in colleges and universities; the impact of current inequities in precollege access and use of computers experienced by African-American, Hispanic, and American Indian students; and strategies and recommendations to enhance the computer competence of minority students in colleges and public schools. (15 references) (LAE)
Resta, P. (1992). Organizing Education for Minorities: Enhancing Minority Access and Use of the New Information Technologies in Higher Education. Education and Computing, 8(1), 119.
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