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A Gendered World: Students and Instructional Technologies

A Gendered World: Students and Instructional Technologies

This paper discusses whether gender differences are relevant in students' learning process and their use of technological components in their courses. The focus is specifically on computers and instructional technology in higher education. Surveys are used to learn if gender is a critical variable in understanding what is labelled as user-friendly computer instruction and learning, Internet searches, and presentation software tools.... Show More

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