Year of Publication
College of Education and Human Services
Master of Education (MEd)
Dr. Mary L. Grimes
Dr. Janet E. Bosnick
Dr. Bernadine J. Bolden
As a result, in part, of computer anxiety, many educators are not utilizing available computer technology, even though its innovations extend to the classroom. Forty-four secondary English teachers from st. Johns County, Florida were given the Computer Attitude Rating Survey (CARS) along with a follow-up questionnaire, to identify anxiety levels and possible correlations with gender, education level, computer experience, and in-service training for this sample. Results indicate that men have less computer anxiety than women, that computer experience and in-service training decrease anxiety, and that Masters degree students have lower anxiety scores than do Baccalaureate degree students. These findings mirror earlier results, and provide directional data for decreasing the computer anxiety of future educators.
Mullan, Michael J., "A Survey of Computer Anxiety Among Secondary English Teachers in St. Johns County" (1990). UNF Theses and Dissertations. 153.