Computer-Based Career Planning Systems: Dreams and Realities
Harris-Bowlsbey, JoAnn, Sampson, James P., Jr., Career Development Quarterly
The authors look back more than 30 years to those who introduced the use of the computer as an important new tool to assist students in the area of career development. To what extent have dreams been realized and concerns allayed? Rapid advances in technology, not included in the authors' vision, have transformed the world into a different place. How have these advances affected the use of computers in counseling? The article concludes with a list of current concerns, along with recommendations for further action and research.
Early in our thinking about this article, we decided to make it not only a summary of facts and findings about the use of the computer as a tool for career …
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Publication information: Article title: Computer-Based Career Planning Systems: Dreams and Realities. Contributors: Harris-Bowlsbey, JoAnn - Author, Sampson, James P., Jr. - Author. Journal title: Career Development Quarterly. Volume: 49. Issue: 3 Publication date: March 2001. Page number: 250+. © 2009 National Career Development Association. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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