Self-Regulation in a Computer Literacy Course  
	Mary Niemczyk, Arizona State University
	Wilhelmina Savenye, Arizona State University

Computer Literacy courses are offered by many colleges and universities and are 
often taken by students from various academic majors. Since the course may be 
unlike others in their major, students may be unfamiliar with strategies that 
may be useful for learning these concepts. Participants (n=291) completed a survey 
consisting of course-related selected-response questions, questions adopted from 
the Motivated Strategies for Learning Questionnaire (MSLQ), and open-ended questions 
focusing on their study habits. Results indicated several strategies strongly 
related to success as indicated by course grade.                    

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