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Book: Computers for Seniors For Dummies by Nancy C. Muir (Paperback, 2008) Computers have much to offer people of any age. This book discusses how to set up a computer, use software, and get online. It includes illustrations to setting up your computer and gaining basic computer skills.
Book: Computers for Seniors For Dummies by Nancy C. Muir (Paperback, 2012) The bestselling guide to choosing a computer and getting online, fully updated for Windows 8! Whether you use your computer for bookkeeping, making travel plans, socializing, shopping, or just plain fun, computers are now an essential part of daily...
Yachting Monthly 's Computers on Board by Tim Thornton (Paperback, 2007)A modern, hands-on look at using PCs at sea with a view to maximising their benefits and avoiding common problems.
Computers and the Collaborative Experience of Learning: A Psychological Per...Focusing on the application of computers to educational practice, this book argues that new technology can enhance rather than undermine the social experience of learning and instruction, and can allow teachers to achieve more in the classroom.
Wales: All OS Landranger Maps of Wales on CD by Iain White (CD-ROM, 2003)
Using Computers by Simon Fairthorne, Brian Lawrence Meek (Hardback, 1977)
Structural Analysis Using Computers by W.M. Jenkins (Paperback, 1990)Aimed primarily at students of structural theory and analysis at degree or Higher National Certificate/Diploma levels, this textbook explains the basic principles of the theory of structures. Computer programs which illustrate the text are provided...
How Computers Work: Special Edition by Ron White, Timothy Edward Downs (Mix...
Computers and the Internet: Beginner's Course by Peter G. Harrison (Paperba...
Mindstorms: Children, Computers and Powerful Ideas by Seymour Papert (Paper...
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