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Students provide their computer attitudes before and after taking an itroductory AIS course, and are classified as having positive or non-positive attitudes before the course. Those with some degree of a non-positive attitude are influenced most - and positively so - by the course. No gender differences are noted. While these findings are promising, some aspects of non-positive attitudes do not improve and gaps still exist between partitioned groups. Prior computer experience helps explain prior attitudes. Impact of findings is discussed.doi:10.19030/rbis.v10i1.5304 fatcat:nvkus2qdwbgy7jaluchjuw2tym