Using information technology: a practical introduction to computers & communications : complete version

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McGraw-Hill Technology Education, Jan 12, 2004 - Computers - 472 pages
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Using Information Technology, 6/e covers the fundamental computing concepts that are part of the digital age, including software, hardware, data, people, and procedures along with expanded coverage on Security and ethics. The text centers on educating today's technology consumer, using themes of ethics, the Internet, and communications to demonstrate how the changing world of technology influences our lives and the decisions we make.

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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

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This would be a great comprehensive introduction for someone who had very little previous exposure to the world of computers and the internet. For me, it was largely information I had gleaned on my own already, but there were a few tidbits that I was glad to learn. Read full review


Your Digital World 1
Exploring Cyberspace 39
Taking Charge of Computing

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