Education, knowledge, and the computer

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Link-Frame Pub. International, Feb 1, 1996 - Computers - 206 pages
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The technological & economic conditions under which you work are changing. You need to learn more about information technology to stay in control. Our book, EDUCATION, KNOWLEDGE & THE COMPUTER, can help you. This primer examines the role of knowledge & information technology in education & economic development. It gives you the "know-how" you need to analyze & evaluate the role of computers in higher education. This book shows you how technology can deliver knowledge & conduct training across geographical boundaries. It also shows the way these challenges can affect higher education & our society in the 21st-Century. The Author, Dr. Kenneth Lorimer, is an international consultant. He was a scholar at Brunel University, Uxbridge, England & is involved in applying Cybernetics, AI, & technology to teaching & education. ISBN: 0-9647688-0-1, Library of Congress Catalog Card No: 95-78502. $29.95 Softcover (Copyright 1996), 224 pages with Bibliography & Index. You can order this book from the Publisher or your bookstore. E-Mail: 103412.356@compuserve.com. FAX Order: (619) 566-5485. Mail Order: P.O. Box 26265, San Diego, CA 92196-0265. Telephone: (619) 566-9661 or (619) 566-9664.

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Contents

What is Information? Information Workers Know
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and Intelligent Computer Systems Colleges
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Algonthm and Programming
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