Using Information Technology

September 16, 2019 - Comment

“The tumultuous changes in the landscape of information technology over the last two years have led us to make extensive modifications in this edition of USING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY – to do not just a revision but a remaking and reimagining of this computer concepts book.”-Brian K. Williams & Stacey C. Sawyer A comprehensive, storytelling approach

“The tumultuous changes in the landscape of information technology over the last two years have led us to make extensive modifications in this edition of USING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY – to do not just a revision but a remaking and reimagining of this computer concepts book.”

-Brian K. Williams & Stacey C. Sawyer

A comprehensive, storytelling approach to Computing Concepts. The 11th edition has been revamped to include emphasis on mobile computing, cloud computing, privacy/surveillance, and big data.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Good textbook, excellent Kindle version. Using the Kindle version. Easy to use, basically a virtual book, plus the abilities brought to the table by the search functions, notes, virtual markers, etc. Not getting the whole 5 starts, because I had to use the book for a class, and a book is rarely enjoyed when one has to read it under pressure.

Anonymous says:

No access code, but was good. Everything perfect, but no access code… luckily I didn’t need the code for my class.

Anonymous says:

and that pretty much sums it up In the first chapter there is an incorrectly labelled, obsolete motherboard, and that pretty much sums it up. Overpriced, out of date, with a really poorly run website.

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