Computers

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Prentice Hall, Oct 1, 1995 - Computers - 304 pages
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KET BENEFIT: This book personalizes the reader's learning experiences by relating a term or concept to their personal life using a manner that is consistent with everyday conversation. The new edition has been largely rewritten to strike a good balance between efficiency of presentation and content that holds the reader's interest and invites learning. Only concepts critical to general information technology (IT) competency are covered in order to provide the breath of topics necessary to the understanding that is applicable today and in the future.Information Technology in Perspective, Using the PC: Popular Productivity Software, Inside the Computer, Storing and Retrieving Information, Information Input and Output, Networks and Networking, Going Online, The Windows Environment, PC Software For the every Application, Computers in Society: Today, Computers in Society: Tomorrow, Information Systems, Developing Business Information Systems.For anyone interested in learning basic concepts for the PC.

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Contents

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Issues of Computing Monitoring of Email
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Information Technology
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Copyright

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Dr. Larry Long (Fayetteville, AR) has written more than 30 books on IT topics (including computers), which have been widely distributed in more than 50 countries. He has more than two decades of classroom experience at the University of Oklahoma and Lehigh University. Larry's Ph.D. is in Industrial Engineering from the University of Oklahoma. Larry was a pioneer in the development of computer-based multimedia and Internet-based educational resources.

Dr. Larry Long" and "Dr. Nancy Long" have written more than 30 books, which have been used in hundreds of colleges throughout the world. Larry is a lecturer, author, consultant, and educator in the information technology fields. He has served as a consultant to all levels of management in virtually every major type of industry. He has over 25 years of classroom experience at IBM, the University of Oklahoma, Lehigh University, and the University of Arkansas. Nancy has teaching and administrative experience at all levels of education.

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