2 edition of Tools for an Information Age, 4/E, Version a found in the catalog.
Tools for an Information Age, 4/E, Version a
Harriet L. Capron
March 1998 by Benjamin-Cummings Publishing Company .
Written in English
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Capron, well-known and respected author of Computers: Tools for an Information Age, is joined by James A. Johnson to provide students with the most comprehensive, up-to-date introduction to computers. The seventh edition has new coverage on the latest in microcomputer operating systems, hardware, and e-commerce to ensure that students have the most current information as they learn.
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Used for intro to computer science classes. However, 3 starts comes from the price vs value of content. Books that are required by schools tend to cost by: Objectives. Describe the three fundamental characteristics of computers Describe at least four areas of society in which computers are used Identify the basic components of a computer system: input, processing, output, and storage.
This book is designed for use in an introductory, college level course on educational technology, and no prior experience with computers or computing is assumed. The first of a series on technology in the classroom, the text provides a foundation for exploring more specific topics in greater depth.
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