ICT for GCSE by Tim Roderick, Geoff Rushbrook
  

ICT for GCSE

Written by Tim Roderick, Geoff Rushbrook
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ICT for GCSE by Tim Roderick, Geoff Rushbrook

Written by two very experienced GCSE examiners, ICT for GCSE is an invaluable resource for students taking any GCSE, Standard Grade, or similar examination within the area of Information and Communication Technology. It is a colourful and informative summary book packed with illustrations, things to do, and exam questions. BLEnables students to learn the what and how of ICT from a very clear text BLTests students' progress through numerous questions BLProvides hands-on experience from a wide range of projects BLIdeal for classwork, homework, coursework and revision - it has everything students need to do well in their exams! Dedicated Website A unique feature of ICT for GCSE is its own website, offering plenty of additional electronic resources. See link below.

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Format

Paperback
224 pages

Author

Tim Roderick, Geoff Rushbrook
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Publisher

Oxford University Press
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Publication date

4th April 2002

ISBN

9780198328162


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