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A First Course in Information Technology

by Leslie Cowan and Jane Higgins
Paperback: 208 pages
Publisher: Oxford University Press Reprinted 1989
Language English
ISBN-10: 0198327498
ISBN-13: 978-0198327493

Product Description
This book is a practical introduction to information technology and microcomputing, covering word processing, databases, spreadsheets, business applications software and communications systems such as Videotex. The syllabus coverage includes many of the objectives of Introductory Level modules of CGLI 726 and other CGLI schemes, RSA Computer Literacy and Information Technology Scheme, CPVE core skills and preparatory modules, AEB Basic Test in Computer Studies, Cambridge Information Technology and schemes within the TVEI and GCSE courses with an IT component and also Business and Office Studies courses. Supporting software is also available. This Tutor's Manual provides statements of learning objectives, lesson notes and photocopyable worksheets and OHP masters.

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