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Mistaken Goal: Where Higher Education & Technology Meet

" is not something that happens to us. It is something we create. We must not confuse a tool with a goal. We must, therefore, be sure that technology serves the fundamental purposes of higher education." Stanley N. Katz in "In Information Technology, Don't Mistake a Tool for a Goal"

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Journal Article: BibTeX citation key:  BogalAllbritten1985
Bogal-Allbritten, R., & Allbritten, B. (1985). A computer literacy course for students and professionals in human services. Journal of College Student Personnel, 26(2), 170–171.
Added by: kguidry 2008-11-30 15:40:50
Categories: Student Affairs Technology (non-ResNet)
Creators: Allbritten, Bogal-Allbritten
Collection: Journal of College Student Personnel

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Tbe Division of Social Work in th Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work at Murray State University has developed a computer literacy course directed toward the needs of students and professionals in the various areas of human service. This course, Social Work 570: Computers in the Human Services, helps participants develop skill in three major areas: (a) identification and application of appropriate ethical choices in the introduction and use of computers in agency and office settings, (b) identification and application of appropriate administrative choices in the process of selecting
and implementing a computer-based administrative program in a professional setting, and (c) demonstration of competency in the use of computer-based tools frequently encountered in professional settings.
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