There is a significant and positive correlation between thematic HRDCE attitude pre-test scores and general HRDCE attitude pre-test score (p < .
There is also significant and positive correlation between thematic HRDCE attitude pre-test scores and ICT attitudes pre-test scores.
As expected the highest correlation among all the variables, there is high and positive correlation between thematic HRDCE attitudes pre-test scores and thematic HRDCE post test scores (p < .
The similar result and the same conclusion can also be drawn for the correlation between pre-test scores and post-test scores obtained from general HRDCE measurement scale (p < .
Thus, students' knowledge and ability in using ICT for this course was not a factor that might be affecting their attitudes towards both HRDCE and ICT.
In spite of these efforts, web-supported teaching did not create any difference in students' attitudes towards both ICT and HRDCE between experimental and control groups.