Microcomputing education needs of international students in a College of Agriculture and Forestry were determined using the Borich needs assessment model. Microcomputing background of the international students was also examined. International students were found to be in substantial need of microcomputer education, especially in the areas of statistical analysis and spreadsheet applications. Conclusions and implications are offered for college teachers and administrators.



international students, microcomputer skills

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