Peter Norton's Introduction to Computers: Essential Concepts
Essential Concepts provides a solid foundation for the applications-oriented computer course with its hands-on approach to computer education. This completely revised, concise, three-chapter text includes the first chapter from Peter Norton's Introduction to Computers as well as chapters on how computers work and how to use microcomputer software. It also includes an insightful history timeline and an appendix on ethics and ergonomics.
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