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Technological Advances In Agricultural Economics Curricula

  • Schurle, Bryan W.
  • Comer, Dorothy A.
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    The potential use of computers and electronic technology have created considerable interest among educators in agricultural economics. This paper provides an overview of the use of electronic technology within agricultural economics curricula; examines areas in which technological development offers promise and examines issues associated with adoption of the technology.

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    Article provided by Southern Agricultural Economics Association in its journal Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics.

    Volume (Year): 27 (1995)
    Issue (Month): 01 (July)
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    Handle: RePEc:ags:joaaec:15333
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    1. Debertin, David L. & Goetz, Stephan J., 1992. "Applications of Computer Graphics to Instruction in Agricultural Economics," 1992 Conference: New Technologies and Innovations in Agricultural Economics Instruction 202919, University of Kentucky, Department of Agricultural Economics.
    2. Koontz, Stephen R. & Peel, Derrell S. & Trapp, James N. & Ward, Clement E., 1992. "Experimental Economics Simulator of the Fed Cattle Market," 1992 Conference: New Technologies and Innovations in Agricultural Economics Instruction 202938, University of Kentucky, Department of Agricultural Economics.
    3. Dahlgran, Roger A., 1992. "Lest We Forget: Measuring the Costs and Benefits of Teaching Innovations," 1992 Conference: New Technologies and Innovations in Agricultural Economics Instruction 202948, University of Kentucky, Department of Agricultural Economics.
    4. Nelson, Gerald C. & Seitz, Wesley D., 1992. "The Need for Better Software for Economics Principles: Issues in Implementation," 1992 Conference: New Technologies and Innovations in Agricultural Economics Instruction 202928, University of Kentucky, Department of Agricultural Economics.
    5. Thunberg, Eric M., 1992. "An Experiential Learning Game to Demonstrate Common Property and Open Access Resource Problems," 1992 Conference: New Technologies and Innovations in Agricultural Economics Instruction 202939, University of Kentucky, Department of Agricultural Economics.
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