Some gender issues in educational computer use: results of an international comparative survey

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Janssen Reinen, I.A.M.; Plomp, T.;
(1993)
  • Subject: METIS-135008 | IR-26357

In the framework of the Computers in Education international study of the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA), data have been collected concerning the use of computers in 21 countries. This article examines some results regardin... View more
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