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A Case for Universal Computer Literacy
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Journal of Research and Development in Education Volume 14, Number 1,

Abstract

Since computers are already involved in everyday activities and have increased in importance for problem-solving at home and at work, justification exists for universal computer literacy. Ethical considerations regarding production and consumption of computer services are being raised. (JN)

Citation

Eisele, J.E. (1980). A Case for Universal Computer Literacy. Journal of Research and Development in Education, 14(1), 84-89. Retrieved May 25, 2020 from .

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