Welcome to the Hypertext "book" for this class. To learn about a topic, simply click the mouse button on the topic heading.
This section contains explanations of how to work with a mouse and icons and menu choices on the Macintosh System 7 desktop. Practice exercises are included.
Moving the Mouse Icons The Menu Bar
This section contains an explanation of the features of MicrosoftWorks 3.0 word processor. Suggestions for practice are included. The first several items use a template document available to students on disk. The final three topics allow students to create their own documents.
Overview of word processing
Opening Cursor Menu LineRuler Scroll BarsSize BoxesTitle Bar Closing Inserting Text Changing Font and Style Copy and Paste Sample Poem
Creating a New Word Processing Document Saving Your Work Word Processor Exercises
This section contains an explanation of common database terminology, explanations of database functions, and practice exercises. The first several items use a template document available to students on disk. The final four topics allow students to crea te their own documents.
Overview of database
Database Terms Sorting Changing Columns Search Filters Practice Exercises
Creating a Database Sorting Your Database Matching Records in your Database Creating a Report and Printing
This section contains an explanation of common spreadsheet terminology, explanations of basic spreadsheet functions, and a tutorial. Using the tutorial, students create a spreadsheet and make suggested changes. A simple chart feature is explained, along with using the chart in a word processing document.
Overview of spreadsheet
Spreadsheet Terms Creating a Spreadsheet Creating a Chart from a Spreadsheet Pasting a SS Chart into a WP Document Practice Exercises
This section contains a brief explanation of the argument for teaching computer programming, some background information about programming languages, and exercises for use with Logo and Hypercard.
This section contains an explanation of types of Computer Based Education software, the common types of software in use in education, and a discussion of software evaluation.There are also links to other sources of information about uses of software in the classroom.
Overview of educational software
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