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This page provides links to Internet resources that go along with the following textbook: Computer Concepts (5th Edition).June Parsons and Dan Oja.Course Technology, 2002.Even if you do not use this textbook, this Web site is VERY useful. The links serve as a quick way to get at print, film, television, and electronic resources. I use it in my introductory classes to obtain up-to-date information on quickly changing technology topics.
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Date Added to MERLOT: September 29, 2002
Date Modified in MERLOT: August 28, 2014
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Avatar for Joan J. Osborne
13 years ago

Joan J. Osborne (Administrator)

I teach a varied set of IT-related courses. I find myself referring back to
these WebLinks time and time again. I often print them out and add them as
supplemental material in my course.

Technical Remarks:

Click on the New Perspectives 5th Edition link. Point to each chapter button
(on the left-hand side) and you will see "ScreenTips" on the chapter content.
This will help you as you navigate through trying to find specific information.
From there I believe the site will become more "user-friendly".