This online survey is a part of an academic research project about the relationships between Universities and High School computer science curricula. All information you provide will be kept confidential and used for research purposes only. It will take around 5 minutes for you to complete this survey form.

Please read the instructions carefully before you proceed. We would greatly appreciate your time in helping with this research project.

Instructions: Please provide us with your full name, the school or institution you represent, and your current position or title. If you wish to receive the final results of this study when it is complete, please include an email address where you can be reached. Then, go through the listed topics, checking only those that relate to subjects which are taught in courses at your school. To finish, simply click submit at the bottom of the form.

Name:
School:
Position/Title:
E-mail Address:

My school offers courses that include or cover the following computer related areas:

Keyboarding
Advanced Keyboarding
Word Processing
Basic Applications - Spreadsheet; Database; Word Processing
Advanced Applications - Spreadsheet; Database; Word Processing
Business Applications
Advanced Business Applications
Networking (Cisco, Microsoft, etc.)
Introductory Programming (check languages taught
)

Basic / Qbasic
Visual Basic
HTML
JavaScript
C++
Pascal
Visual C++
VRML
Java
other:

Advanced Programming (check languages taught)

Basic / Qbasic
Visual Basic
HTML
JavaScript
C++
Pascal
Visual C++
VRML
Java
other:

Internet Tools (information retrieval and management)
Computer Graphics (general applications; clipart, scanning, photo-editing, etc.)
Computer Aided Design (drafting tools for production & engineering, etc.)
Computer Art (drawing, sketching, 3D sculpting, 2D/3D animation, music, etc.)
Web Page Construction
Cyber Ethics
Hardware - Troubleshooting / Maintenance (IBM/PC - compatibles)
Software - Troubleshooting / Maintenance (Win 95/98/2000/NT/XP/Vista)
Other:

My school also offers courses that include the following Computer related Life Skills:
Personal Finance Management
Budgeting
Mortgages
Home Inventories
Savings
Investments
Resume' Writing
Job Searching
Job Interviewing
Student Loans
Moving (Planning & Costs)
Rental Agreements
Research
Information Retrieval
      & Management
Report Writing
Annotated Bibliography
Information Presentation
Cooperative Learning
Hardware & Software
      Troubleshooting/Maintenance
Cyber Ethics
Other: