Goals and Achievement in the Community Workshops Program: A Study of Participants
The Community Workshops Program has proven to be popular and has achieved many successes in its initial format. Participants in the workshops tend to be older adults with computers in their household who want to learn broad computer skills for a variety of reasons. Prior computer experience among students varies. Most participants are satisfied with the classes. Participating libraries and program organizers may consider the findings as they assess their own goals for the program.
School Location:USA - North Carolina
Source Type:Master's Thesis
Keywords:programmed instruction library extension college and university libraries use studies internet public microcomputers patron online searching teaching
Date of Publication:08/21/2006