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Gender issues in relation to computer-based courses in further and higher education.

Noel Gillen

Gender issues in relation to computer-based courses in further and higher education.

by Noel Gillen

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Written in English


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Thesis (M. Sc. (Learning and Teaching)) - University of Ulster, 2001.

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Open LibraryOL15486542M

The Innovative University: What College Presidents Think about Change in American Higher Education, provided insights into what campus leaders think about higher education’s response to the wave of online technology that has inundated all aspects of human endeavor since the debut of the Internet and World Wide Web in the s. In terms of. Girls use a computer-based program to consider future occupations: They can choose a career, determine a salary, decide how much education or training their chosen career will require, and even use income projections to design their future lifestyles. Brittany quite literally found a future: She is entering a career in computer technology.

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Gender issues in relation to computer-based courses in further and higher education by Noel Gillen Download PDF EPUB FB2

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