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The Development of Computer Confidence in Seniors
Activities, Adaptation & Aging
A computer confidence course designed to teach the fundamentals of computer literacy was offered to 19 members of the Las Vegas (Nevada) Senior Center (mean age = 63.9 years). Computer anxiety and computer literacy measures were taken before and after the 12-hor course. The course curriculum included sections on computer knowledge, computer applications, and computer programming. An expected decrease in anxiety did not occur, although there was a significant increase in literacy. The resultsdoi:10.1300/j016v14n03_06 fatcat:ilsxqwc4djfylnrgmw4k7zzezu