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The purpose of this research is to understand the computer literacy and the computer attitude of current graduates in the vocational industrial high schools in Taipei and the related factors that impact the two. The study utilized a questionnaire to survey 743 students in vocational industrial high schools. Results, (l) The current graduates in the vocational industrial high schools in Taipei have positive computer attitude, but the computer literacy is low. (2) Male's computer literacy is significantly higher than female, and the computer attitude is also significantly more positive. (3)Base on the factors such as "Whether they have computer at home?" "Whether they have Internet access at home?" "Whether they subscribe to computer magazines at home?" and "Whether they have computer classes or training?" both the students' computer literacy and computer attitude meet the significant differences. (4) The mothers with different education levels have significant difference in computer literacy. On the other hand, the different education levels of fathers result in the significant difference in computer attitude. (5) There are no differences in computer literacy and computer attitude between the public and private vocational industrial high school students. The students in computer information system major and control major have higher computer literacy than those in other majors. There is no difference in computer attitude between the different majors.
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