Computing Books written by Geoff Love

The following is a list of Computing Books written by Geoff Love in the Centre for Computing History collection. It is not an exhaustive list of and other books may have been published. If you have a book that you would like to donate to our collection, please view our donations page.

There are 2 Computing Books written by Geoff Love in our collection :
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The Acorn Companion Date: 1994 The Acorn Companion

Finding a computer manual pitched at the right level can be a difficult job. Many are pitched too high and are hard to understand, some fall at the other end of the scale and just do not contain all the answers needed. This book is aimed directly at the average classroom teacher or non-specialist IT Coordinator who needs to know enough to use the computer, solve any problems they encounter and keep things running smoothly, but doesn't want to spend every waking hour pawing through jargon-filled manuals. As well as helping with the 'basics', this book also has a comprehensive guide to common problems which occur, and their solutions, as well as quick reference/ start guides to many of the commonly used pieces of software in education.

Publisher: Northwest SEMERC
Author: Geoff Love
Platform: Acorn RISC OS

The Acorn Companion 2 Date: 1995 The Acorn Companion 2

"Following the successful Acorn Companion, this book follows the same formula and format. It aims to provide simple, everyday information to help you get the most from your RISC PC or A7000 computer with the minimum of manual thumbing."

Publisher: Semerc
Author: Geoff Love
Platform: Acorn Risc/ A7000

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