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Self-Assessment and Student Improvement in an Introductory Computer Course at the Community College Level
International Conference on Learning and Administration in Higher Education
  • Jama Spicer-Sutton, Walters State Community College
  • James Lampley, East Tennessee State University
  • Donald W. Good, East Tennessee State University
Document Type
Conference Proceeding
Publication Date
5-22-2013
Date Range
05/22/2013-05/24/2013
Description

Excerpt:The purpose of this study was to determine a student’s computer knowledge upon course entry and if there was a difference in college students’ improvement scores as measured by the difference in pretest and post‐test scores of new or novice users, moderate users, and expert users at the end of a college level introductory computing class.

Location
Nashville, TN
Posted Versions
Published PDF
Copyright Statement

This document was published with permission from the publisher. It was originally published in the Proceedings of the Joint Meeting of the Academic Business World International Conference & International Conference on Learning and Administration in Higher Education.

Citation Information
Jama Spicer-Sutton, James Lampley and Donald W. Good. "Self-Assessment and Student Improvement in an Introductory Computer Course at the Community College Level" International Conference on Learning and Administration in Higher Education (2013) p. 118
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/donald-good/15/