Information Technology: The Breaking Wave

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Irwin/McGraw-Hill, 1997 - Business & Economics - 300 pages
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Information Technology: The Breaking Wave is intended for the Introductory Computing course at community colleges, four year colleges, universities, and proprietary institutions. The market for shorter concepts books, like Curtin, is growing as faculty struggle to spend more time on applications without increased contact hours.

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About the author (1997)

Dennis Curtin has been involved in college publishing for over 25 years, holding various positions including sales rep, acquisitions editor, editorial director, and editor in chief. He has written two application software series for Prentice Hall: the Compass and Pictorial series. He has worked with Foley, Sen, and Morin on an interactive project called Program Assisted Learning (PAL), also from PH.

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