MyITLab with Pearson eText -- Access Card -- for Technology in Action / Edition 13 available in Other Format
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NOTE: This is just the Access Card for Technology in Action, 13/e
MyITLab ® is an online homework, tutorial, and assessment program designed for Information Technology (IT) courses, to engage students and improve results. MyITLab for Computer Concepts provides activities for Instruction, Practice, Review, and Assessment in a fully integrated course, providing a seamless learning experience. The Integrated eText allows students to experience continuous digital learning in an interactive environment.
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About the Author
Three professors from Montgomery County Community College traveled with the Prentice Hall Information Technology team for over two years to uncover what students and professors today wanted and needed in an Intro to Computer Concepts text. After meeting with more than 1,000 students and instructors and developed Technology in Action. Due to overwhelming success, they recently published Technology in Action 5/e!