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Being Fluent with Information Technology (1999)
Commission on Physical Sciences, Mathematics, and Applications (more titles from CPSMA)
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Front Matter
i-xii
Contents
xiii-xiv
Executive Summary
1-5
1 Why Know About Information Technology?
6-14
2 The Intellectual Framework of Fluency with Information Technology
15-40
3 Collateral Issues
41-50
4 Implementation Considerations
51-64
Appendixes
65-66
A Illustrative Projects
67-77
B Related Work
78-101
C Individuals Who Briefed the Committee
102-102
D Workshop Participants and Questions Posted on the Internet
103-108
E Members of the Committee
109-112

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