New Perspectives on Computer Concepts
The innovative approach, from the New Perspectives On Computer Concepts Series, provides your students with an exceptionally effective introduction to computers. Blending practice and concepts with integrated computerized Labs, each chapter focuses on what beginners really need to know. How do I install software? What are data files? How do I perform common file operations? The computerized Labs combine animations, simulations and interactive tutorials to bring the concepts to life...
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