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Essential ICT GCSE: Student's Book for OCR by Stephen Doyle
  

Essential ICT GCSE: Student's Book for OCR

Stephen Doyle

Part of the Essential ICT GCSE Series

Synopsis

Essential ICT GCSE: Student's Book for OCR by Stephen Doyle

Written by Stephen Doyle, this title covers the new 2010 specifications for OCR and has been officially endorsed. Giving students all they need to achieve their potential during the course, this book is designed to help them transfer their understanding of the subject into improved exam performance.

About the Author

Stephen Doyle is a well-known and highly regarded author for ICT at the secondary level in the UK. Since the 1980s, Stephen has taught Computing and ICT in schools and FE colleges across the country. After 25 years of teaching, examining and assessing ICT at all levels, he has unrivalled experience and understanding of the challenges teachers face in delivering the subject, as well as the most effective ways for students to study it.

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Format

Paperback
304 pages

Author

Stephen Doyle
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Publisher

Folens Publishers UK an imprint of Oxford University Press

Publication date

14th October 2010

ISBN

9781850085454


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