Computer Literacy in Human Services

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Haworth Press, 1990 - Social Science - 337 pages
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This state-of-the-art volume is the first to specifically address, define, and exemplify computer literacy in human services. It is unique in the literature of computer literacy in that it addresses the perspectives of both practitioners and scholars. A wealth of thought-provoking material is provided, including a definition and discussion of computer literacy that emphasizes computer and human service abilities, a variety of novel approaches to the use of commercial software in solving human services problems, descriptions of the development of new software applications specifically designed for human services settings, and an exploration of the current frontier of computer technology in human services. Computer Literacy in Human Service is designed for all human service professionals who recognize that computer applications play an important part in present and future practice.

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