Book Details Author: Alan Evans,Kendall Martin,Mary Anne Poatsy Pages: Publisher: Pearson Brand: English ISBN: Publication Date: Release Date: Description Explore, discover, and experience technology with the immersive and adaptive Technology in Action. Technology in Action. Alan Evans • Kendall Martin. Mary Anne Poatsy. Eleventh Edition How Cell Phone Technology Works . Download texts as PDF. Technology In Action Complete, 12th Edition. Alan Evans, Montgomery County Community College. Alan Evans. Kendall Martin, Montgomery County.
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Topics by chapters. Chapter 1. Using Technology to Change the World. Chapter 2. Looking at Computers: Understanding the Parts. Chapter 3. Using the. Explore, discover, and experience technology with the immersive and adaptive Technology in Action –the book that uses technology to teach technology!. Technology In Action Complete (14th Edition) (Evans, Martin & Poatsy, Technology in Action Series) [Alan Evans, Kendall Martin, Mary Anne Poatsy] on .
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Alan D. Evans, M. Alan Evans is currently a faculty member at Moore College of Art and Design and Montgomery County Community College teaching a variety of computer science and business courses. He holds a B. After a successful career in business, Alan finally realized his true calling was education.
He has been teaching at the college level since Alan enjoys giving presentations at technical conferences and meets regularly with computer science faculty and administrators from other colleges to discuss curriculum development and new methods of engaging students.
Kendall E. Martin, Ph. At Ursinus College, Kendall developed a successful faculty training program for distance education instructors, and she makes conference presentations during the year. Mary Anne holds a B. Mary Anne has more than nine years of educational experience, ranging from elementary and secondary education to Montgomery County Community College, Muhlenberg College, and Bucks County Community College, as well as training in the professional environment.
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Description For introductory courses in computer concepts, digital literacy, or computer literacy, often including instruction in Microsoft Office. Series This product is part of the following series.
Motivate Learning with a Progressive Approach The learning approach fits the way students are learning today. Instead of a history lesson on the microchip, the focus is on tasks students can accomplish with their computing devices and skills they can apply immediately in the workplace, the classroom, and at home.
The content is complemented by hands-on technology, and weekly news feeds to enrich the student learning experience. All the content is up to date: The sequence of topics is set up to mirror the typical student learning experience, so that they progress through stages of increasing difficulty.
This progressive approach intentionally introduces topics on a basic level in the earlier chapters and then later expands on those concepts in more detail when students have become more comfortable with them.
The Enhanced eBook in MyITLab provides a completely interactive digital learning experience that allows students to use technology as they learn. Engage Students with Fun, Timely In-text Features In this technology-focused world, computer literacy is important for everyone.
The Visual Chapter table of contents includes images that are repeated in the major chapter headings and in the Chapter Summary, providing a visual mnemonic for students. The Question and Answer Format keeps students engaged through a constant dialogue. Chapter Objectives are numbered and tied to the numbered objectives outlined in the Chapter Summary, providing a more integrated learning tool.
Make This and Solve This projects get students busy actually creating apps they can use and solving problems with Microsoft Applications, like in the real-world. Numerous visual media cues indicate which companion media aligns with the text material. Special Feature Sections provide additional information and learning opportunities throughout the text. How Cool is This? Dig Deeper: Technology in Focus two mini-chapters that teach students key uses of technology today, including a section on Information Technology Ethics.
Bits and Bytes offer helpful tips about computer usage and maintenance. Trends in IT: Behind the Scenes shows in-depth coverage of additional topics that take students to the next level of understanding.
Bring Content Alive with Unique Companion Media Technology in Action uses technology to teach technology with rich companion media that engages students in and out of the classroom while providing essential training on computer concepts.
Make This projects engage students through active learning and creation of their own mobile apps. Each chapter includes a project focused on what students just learned using a freely available tool to create a small app. Sound Bytes: Multimedia lessons to help demystify computer concepts with audio and video presentations.
Active Helpdesk Calls: These interactive, engaging activities provide students with a realistic experience of how help is delivered via phone, live chat, FAQ searches, etc. This fully interactive scenario-based, simulation game lets students create an avatar and interact in a series of knowledge and puzzle-based scenarios covering the core topics of computer concepts.
Replay videos: The Replay videos provide an author-narrated video review and short quiz for each Chapter Part - viewable on phones, tablets, or computers!
Game and Crossword Puzzles: Fun, engaging way to review concepts. Solve This projects help students apply what they have learned to a real-world problem they need to solve using an Office application. Available as auto-graded projects in MyITLab. Making Transition to the Next Semester and the Workplace: Developed to give students mini- projects and assignments, this feature helps them apply computer concepts to real-world situations. Now online Critical Thinking Questions foster learning beyond the content provided.
Ethics Projects get students thinking about ethical issues and figuring out how to research and address them. Team Time help students explore pertinent computer issues while collaborating with their peers.
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