Teaching students computer literacy is a critical task in business schools because of the growing reliance on computers in business organizations. However, the emphasis on literacy topics varies among the different discipline areas in business schools. To have a better perspective, this study investigated computer literacy skills and concepts perceived necessary by both faculty and students in different discipline areas of a business school. Although there appeared to be variations in the importance of literacy topics among different discipline areas, the results of this study showed that productivity software skills were considered most important by both the faculty and the students.
Kim, Chung S. and Keith, Nancy K.
"Computer Literacy Topics: A Comparison of Views within a Business School,"
Journal of Information Systems Education: Vol. 6
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