Computers: Understanding Technology, Seventh Edition

Copyright: 2020

Authors Lisa A. Bucki; Faithe Wempen; Floyd Fuller; and Brian Larson

This is a competency-based, objective-driven program that challenges students to develop the tech skills needed for job survival and career growth. It introduces basic concepts in computer and information technology, including hardware, software, networks, and the internet. Its embedded interactivity and responsive design guides students to become active learners. From quizzes that test students’ competency on a learning objective, to diverse digital learning resources, this courseware prepares students for today’s workplace.

Our Digital World: Introduction to Computing, Fifth Edition

Copyright: 2020

Authors Karen Lankisch, University of Cincinnati; Nancy Muir; Denise Seguin, Fanshawe College; and Anita Verno, Bergen County Community College

This courseware uses a contemporary approach to traditional computer concepts learning by integrating text and engaging technologies. It connects concepts learning with the way individuals use today’s various online technology through a web-centric experience. Students view videos, play with interactive hands-on tools, connect with their classmates through blogs and wikis, and discover where technology is headed by watching videos online.

Our Digital World uses a contemporary approach to traditional computer concepts learning by integrating text and engaging technologies. It connects concepts learning with the way individuals use today’s various online technology through a web-centric experience. Students view videos, play with interactive hands-on tools, connect with their classmates through blogs and wikis, and discover where technology is headed by watching videos online.

Seguin’s COMPUTER Concepts & Applications for Microsoft® Office 365, 2019 Edition

Copyright: 2020

Authors Lisa A. Bucki; Faithe Wempen; Floyd Fuller; and Brian Larson

By seamlessly combining concepts and applications coverage, this program gives learners a highly visual and logically organized format to develop the essential software skills expected of an entry-level employee. Topics are organized in brief two- or four-page spreads, and each topic ends in a hands-on activity that provides for immediate application in real-world situations that appeal to a variety of interests and learning styles.

Seguin’s COMPUTER Concepts & Applications Series, Second Edition with Microsoft® Office 2016

Copyright: 2020

Authors Karen Lankisch, University of Cincinnati; Nancy Muir; Denise Seguin, Fanshawe College; and Anita Verno, Bergen County Community College

This series focuses on essential computer concepts and Microsoft software skills that digital-savvy students can apply immediately. Highly visual and logically organized, the Seguin Series demonstrates how to use computer applications in a way that saves time and makes the best use of the available feature set.