Introduction to Computers and Information Systems
This bestselling introduction to computers has new Applications of Information Technology and Personal Computing boxes that demonstrate its applications orientation and personal computer emphasis. Includes expanded coverage of networking, ethics and ergonomics.
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Interacting with Computers
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