Eight core chapters introduce students to the fundamental concepts in the world of computing: hardware, software, going online and the Windows environment. The brief edition also includes three "Focus on IT" segments, computer history and PC Buyer's Guide.
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This text covers material necessary for general informtion technology competency. It tries to relate its coverage to the reader's personal and professional life, and includes on-line examples, lab tutuorials, and coverage of the Windows operating environment.From the Publisher:
Designed to accommodate the computer literacy needs of students from a broad spectrum of disciplines and interests, this best-selling text/supplements package provides an exceptionally well-illustrated overview of computing concepts and applications -- all in a customizable format that allows instructors to select only those modules required to meet their courses' educational objectives. The Prentice Hall custom binding program, Right PHIT, makes the text available in combinations of four modules -- Core, Personal Computing, MIS, and Issues. Additionally, an extensive array of optional hands-on laboratory materials can be packaged with the text to meet the needs of most lab environments.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 130847976
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