BCS Glossary of Computing by The Chartered Institute for IT BCS, Dan Bowen, Diana Butler, Aline Cumming
  

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BCS Glossary of Computing by The Chartered Institute for IT BCS, Dan Bowen, Diana Butler, Aline Cumming

The BCS Glossary is the most authoritative and comprehensive work of its kind. 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 an easily accessible style, it is specifically designed to support those taking computer courses or courses where computers are used, including GCSE, A-Level, ECDL and 14-19 Functional Skills qualifications in schools and further education colleges.

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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.

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Paperback
476 pages

Author

The Chartered Institute for IT BCS, Dan Bowen, Diana Butler, Aline Cumming
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Publisher

BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT an imprint of BCS Learning & Development Limited
www.bcs.org/books

Publication date

1st September 2016

ISBN

9781780173269


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