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Key features
• a grid matching syllabus Outcomes with the contents of
the book
• a list of chapter outcomes at the beginning of each
chapter
• interesting IT facts and cartoons to promote class
discussion
• numerous practical tasks that can be used with any
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additional literacy questions.

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Heinemann Information Processes and Technology:
HSC Course
ISBN 0 86462 512 X
ISBN 0-86462-501-4

You can visit the Heinemann World Wide Web site at
http://www.hi.com.au or send email to info@hi.com.au

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G.K. Powers

About the author
Greg Powers is a head teacher with many years’
experience in writing and implementing computing studies
programs. He is the author of several highly successful
texts including Computing Studies–An Introductory Course.

Heinemann Information Processes and Technology: Preliminary Course

Heinemann Information Processes and Technology:
Preliminary Course has been written to meet all the
requirements of the new Information, Processes and
Technology syllabus in NSW. It is designed to provide an
understanding of information processes and to develop
students’ skills in using information technology. This text
provides up-to-date information, a practical approach, and
a large number of questions that cater for a wide range of
students. The structure of the text allows teachers to
choose a suitable approach that combines information
processes, software applications and student projects.

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Information Processes
and Technology

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