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Educational Computing - June 1987

First edition of new magazine, incorporating School Computer User.

Advisers and MESU react to £19 million boost for schools

IT exam rejected

BBC Domesday follow-up

PC competition hots up

New micros belong in primary schools

Tony Quinn wants teachers to get their hands on computers, in universities, training colleges and staff room

Stephen Heppell sees the potential of computers, but David Marshall finds reality a long way behind

Telephone article

Cheap software guide



Publication Date : June 1987

Creator : Redwood Publishing

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH37114. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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