Computer Basics

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Easy Steps Limited, 2011 - Computers - 240 pages
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Computer Basics in Easy Steps explores the elements that make up a computer and tells readers how to perform important tasks. Whether it’s communicating with friends and family across the world, writing reports, or taking advantage of the Internet, this book covers it all. Computer hardware and software functions are fully covered, with a special emphasis on the tasks savvy users want to perform to increase productivity and enhance satisfaction. The book also helps readers take full advantage of other devices such as iPods, PDAs, pocket PCs, digital cameras, printers, scanners, and cell phones. Whatever readers want to do, with this book they discover how to make their computer unlock powerful new ways to extend their knowledge and experience.

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About the author (2011)

Michael Price is a senior instructor and assistant department head of mathematics at the University of Oregon in Eugene, Oregon. Both his undergraduate and graduate degrees are from the University of Oregon, where has worked as a graduate student and instructor for the last 9 years. Michael has taught courses in introductory and intermediate algebra, up through precalculus, statistics, and three variations of calculus aimed at, respectively, biology/human physiology, business/economics, and mathematics/physical science students. As a coordinator for the precalculus sequence at the U of O and periodically other sequences required for non-math majors, Michael spends a substantial portion of his time developing and reinforcing responsible course material for mathematics service courses. In addition to this textbook, he has also contributed to supplemental materials and reviews of undergraduate texts in mathematics.

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