Jump start on computer literacy

March 1998
Journal of Developmental Education;Spring98, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p38
Academic Journal
Focuses on the program at Marquette University designed to make students preparing to enter college computer literate. Listing of the topics covered in the program; Comments from some of the students taking part in the program; Reference to some of the computer knowledge required of college students.


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