Using Information Technology – Brian K. Williams, Stacey C. Sawyer – 9th Edition

The Williams, Using Information Technology, 9th utilizes a practical, applied approach to technology. This text is user-focused and has been highly updated including topics, pictures and examples. The Williams text contains less theory and more application to engage students who might be more familiar with technology.

Continually published and updated for over 15 years, Using Information Technology was the first text to foresee and define the impact of convergence, the fusion of and communications. It was also the first text to acknowledge the new priorities imposed by the Internet and World Wide Web and bring discussion of them from late in the course to the beginning.

Today, it is directed toward the “Always On” generation that is at ease with digital technology, comfortable with iPhones, MySpace, Facebook, Twitter, Wikipedia, and the blogosphere, but not always savvy about its , possibilities, and liabilities. This 9th edition continues to address the two most significant challenges that instructors face in teaching this course: Trying to make the course interesting and challenging, and trying to teach to students with a variety of computer backgrounds.

1. Introduction to Information Technology Your Digital World
2. The Internet & The World Wide Web Exploring Cyberspace
3. Software Tools for Productivity & Creativity
4. Hardware: The CPR & Storage to Choose a Multimedia Computer
5. Hardware: Input & Output Taking Charge of Computing & Communications
6. Communications, Networks, & Safeguards The Wired & Wireless World
7. Personal Technology The Future Is You
8. Databases & Information Digital Engines for Today’s Economy
9. The Challenges of the Digital Age Society & Information Technology
10. Systems Analysis & Programming Software Development, Programming, & Languages

Title: Using Information Technology: A Practical Introduction to Computers & Communications
Author: Brian K. Williams / Stacey C. Sawyer
Edition: 9th Edition
ISBN: 0073516775 | 978-0073516776
Type: eBook
Language: English
Theory Of Computation

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