ERIC Number: ED395218
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1996-Apr
Reference Count: N/A
AERA Business Education and Information Systems Research Special Interest Group Proceedings (New York, New York, April 8-12, 1996).
Redmann, Donna H., Ed.
This document contains the six papers that were presented at a business education and information systems special interest group meeting. The six papers were selected through a review process, with one paper being selected for the "outstanding paper" award. The award-winning paper is "The Importance of Desktop Computer Presentation Competencies as Perceived by Secondary Vocational Business Teachers and Business Professionals" (Lonnie J. Echternacht). The other papers are as follows: "Executives' Expectations of Administrative Support Personnel: Implications for Business Education" (Marcia A. Anderson-Yates, Angela Penny); "The Human Factors Effects of Using a Mouse Device for Computer Input" (Lonnie J. Echternacht, Donna R. Everett); "Case Studies to Evaluate a Computer-based Model for Cost-Benefit Analysis of Flexible Delivery Options in Australian Vocational Education and Training" (Charles R. Hopkins, Roy Lundin, Rod Gerber); "The Computer Ability Scale: A Replication and Extension Involving College Computer Literacy Students" (Brian N. Smith, James R. Necessary); and "A Descriptive and Interpretive Study: The Intellectual Development of Adults" (Barbara A. Wilson). (KC)
Descriptors: Adult Learning, Business Education, Business Education Teachers, Cognitive Processes, Computer Literacy, Computer Uses in Education, Cost Effectiveness, Educational Research, Employer Attitudes, Foreign Countries, Input Output Devices, Intellectual Development, Postsecondary Education, Research Utilization, Secondary Education
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: American Educational Research Association, Washington, DC. Business Education and Information Systems Research Special Interest Group.
Identifiers - Location: Australia