Using Information Technology: A Practical Introduction to Computers & Communications. Brief Version

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Divided topologically, this book starts at the remedial level and moves up to refresher for experts. Occasionally, the speed at which it goes from basic to advanced is a bit rushed (not a good book ... Read full review


Brief Contents
The Power Behind the Power 79
Hardware for Power Portability 111
Taking Charge of Computing Communications 141
Foundations for Interactivity Multimedia
The Uses of Online Resources
Hardware Channels Networks 255
Development Programming Languages 287
Challenges Promises 307

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About the author (1999)

Stacey Sawyer has been a co-author on editions 2 through 5 of this successful product, as well co-authoring Using Information Technology. Sarah Hutchinson has been a co-author on all editions of this product as well as the Advantage Series. Both authors are well-recognized names with a history of success in the CIT market.

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Sarah Hutchinson has taught microcomputer applications through her company, Sarah Hutchinson & Associates. She has a BA from the University of California, Santa Barbara.

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