Century 21 Computer Applications & Keyboarding

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Cengage South-Western, Mar 1, 2001 - Computers - 608 pages
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Century 21 Computer Applications & Keyboarding 7E, a revision of Century 21 Keyboarding & Information processing, reflects the changing keyboarding course. New key learning is still included, its just moved to the Resources section. The book starts with Review lessons that cover the entire keyboard, just more quickly than the new key sections. Computer Apps have been moved into the main part of the text (as opposed to the Appendix) and expanded significantly. Coverage of Computer Apps includes spreadsheet, database, electronic presentations, speech recognition, web search, and web page design. The Cycles continue to be a part of the pedagogy, with complete integration of cross-curricular themes in each cycle: Arts and Literature, Science, Environment and Health, Social Studies, and Technology. The Seventh edition continues with its non-software specific approach to word processing, using Transparency Masters to support commercial software functionality. The complete course contains 150 keyboarding and word processing lessons, 54 computer apps lessons, and 15 new key learning lessons (in the Resources section). Century 21 Computer Keyboarding, available in soft- or hard-cover versions, includes the 75 keyboarding and word processing lessons.

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Dr. Jack P. Hoggatt is Department Chair for the Department of Business Communications at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. He has taught courses in Business Writing, Advanced Business Communications, and the communication component of the university s Master in Business Administration (MBA) program. Dr. Hoggatt has held offices in professional organizations and has been received the Outstanding Post-Secondary Business Educator Award in Wisconsin. He has served as an advisor to local and state business organizations. Dr. Hoggatt is involved with his community and the school activities of his children.

Dr. Jon Shank is a Professor of Education at Robert Morris University in Moon Township, Pennsylvania. Dr. Shank served as Dean, School of Applied Sciences and Education for more than 20 years before returning to the classroom. He currently teaches keyboarding and word processing methods to undergraduate and graduate students seeking business education certification. Over the years, he has served in numerous leadership positions in business education professional associations, as a consultant to many school districts, and on many advisory committees for school districts and the Pennsylvania Department of Education.

Jerry W. Robinson, Jr. is Distinguished Professor of Rural Sociology, Emeritus at Delta State University (DSU) and Professor Emeritus, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. In 1994, Robinson accepted an endowed Chair in Economic and Community Development at DSU. At Delta State, he founded the Center for Community and Economic Development. He is known around the world for his creativity in developing and leading practical and multi-disciplinary programs in human relations, organizational development, and leadership and community development. He has written a dozen books on organizational development, human relations, stress and wellness, leadership and community development, and traffic safety. His research has been published in "The ABA Journal", "American Sociological Review", "The Economic Development Review", "The Community Development Journal", "Rural Sociology", and "Social Forces".

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