If you are looking for a quick study guide in Computer Studies, Key Concepts of Computer Studies is an excellent resource. Skip the lengthy and distracting books and instead use this book to guide your studies, reviewing, or tutoring. This book quickly gets to the heart of each particular topic, helping students with a quick review before doing homework. It also supports preparation for tests.
This book was designed for fundamental and intermediate levels in computer studies. It is concise, understandable, and effective.
As an aid to readers, the book provides some noteworthy features:
- Key terms, definitions, phrases, concepts, etc. are easily located.
- Clear step-by-step instructions.
- Clear and easy-to-understand written format and style. Materials presented in visual and gray scale format.
- Self-tests at the end of each unit test students’ understanding of the material. Students can take the self-test before beginning the unit to determine how much they know about the topic. Those who do well may decide to move on to the next unit.
This book can be used by:
- Adult Basic Education (ABE) programs at colleges.
- Students at community colleges or high schools.
- Self-study readers.
- Professionals as a quick review of some basic computer skills.
- Anyone else with an interest in the topic.
Special thanks to Krista Lambert, Program Manager, Health, ECE, & ABE ZTC Programs, BCcampus, for her help, advice, and support throughout the entire process.
I would also like to express my sincere gratitude to Josie Gray, Kaitlyn Zheng, Arianna Cheveldave, and Harper Friedman at BCcampus for their help, accuracy in proofreading and laying out the book, and support in publishing this book.