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Abstract In connection with the establishment of computer studies courses in Zambia, a study was conducted in late 1986 of computer utilization and staffing in the country. This article summarizes the findings of the survey. The picture which emerged was one of a small number of ‘traditional’...
Abstract This paper explains why the microelectronics and computer revolution has become a subject of extraordinary importance for the developing countries, because of the rapidity of technological change and the resulting global impacts on production and consumption. It stresses that a computer...
Information Systems Education, R. A. Buckingham. Cambridge University Press
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