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The BCS Glossary is the most authoritative and comprehensive work of its kind on the market today. This unrivalled study aid and reference tool has newly updated entries and is divided into themed sections making it more than just a list of definitions. Written in a style that is easily accessible to anybody with an interest in computing, it is specifically designed to support those taking computer courses or courses where computers are used, including GCSE, A-Level, ECDL and 14-19 Diplomas in Functional Skills in schools and further education colleges.
British Computer Society; September 2008
- ISBN 9781906124298
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- Title: BCS Glossary of Computing and ICT
- Author: BCS Education and Training Expert Panel (other); Arnold Burdett; Diana Burkhardt; Aline Cumming; Alan Hunter; Frank Hurvid; John Jaworski; Thomas Ng; Marianne Scheer; John Southall; Alfred Vella
Imprint: British Computer Society
In The Press
As a computing teacher who has seen a lot of text books over the years, I would recommend the BCS Glossary as the essential companion for students studying the subject at any level.
About The Author
Compiled by members of the BCS Academy Glossary Working Party, many of whom are teachers. In creating the glossary, they have drawn heavily upon their many years of experience in the education sector, as well as their detailed knowledge of computing.