The Relationships Between Selected Sources of Computer Anxiety Experienced by Beginning Computer Users and Approaches to Computer-based Training
Combs, Norman G.
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Combs, Norman G.
As dependence upon computers becomes more prevalent in the workplace, providing effective computer-based training to workers is vital to employee success. However, many workers suffer from various forms of computer anxiety. This study examines the relationship between five sources of computer anxiety including age, gender, instructional method, general psychological factors and previous exposure to computers and the successful design of computer-based instruction. Four cases are compared to Kolb's Learning Cycle (Harb & Terry, 1992).
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