CS 1000-01 Computing Skills and Concepts
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Textbook: Fluency with Information Technology, Sixth Edition, Lawrence Snyder, Pearson-Addison Wesley. ISBN-13: 978-0133577396, ISBN-10: 0133577392
Course Goal: Information technology fluency through integration of skills and concepts.
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