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Whether you're a computer novice or a computer professional, Webster's New World Computer Dictionary is one of the most useful references you can buy. It gives you clear and concise definitions for more than 4,750 computer terms. You'll find coverage of standards and protocols in storage, memory, peripherals, and more-plus information on computer security, legislation, and Whether you're a computer novice or a computer professional, Webster's New World Computer Dictionary is one of the most useful references you can buy. It gives you clear and concise definitions for more than 4,750 computer terms. You'll find coverage of standards and protocols in storage, memory, peripherals, and more-plus information on computer security, legislation, and computer and Internet technology. Cross-referencing throughout directs you effortlessly to related terms and concepts that help you understand more about a given subject and put it into a larger context. From using e-mail and going on the Internet to buying or upgrading a computer to boning up on terminology for a computer industry job, this invaluable resource gives you instant flip-and-find access to the information you need-from A (applet) to Z (zip drive).  


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Whether you're a computer novice or a computer professional, Webster's New World Computer Dictionary is one of the most useful references you can buy. It gives you clear and concise definitions for more than 4,750 computer terms. You'll find coverage of standards and protocols in storage, memory, peripherals, and more-plus information on computer security, legislation, and Whether you're a computer novice or a computer professional, Webster's New World Computer Dictionary is one of the most useful references you can buy. It gives you clear and concise definitions for more than 4,750 computer terms. You'll find coverage of standards and protocols in storage, memory, peripherals, and more-plus information on computer security, legislation, and computer and Internet technology. Cross-referencing throughout directs you effortlessly to related terms and concepts that help you understand more about a given subject and put it into a larger context. From using e-mail and going on the Internet to buying or upgrading a computer to boning up on terminology for a computer industry job, this invaluable resource gives you instant flip-and-find access to the information you need-from A (applet) to Z (zip drive).  

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    Pfaffenberger, B. (2003)Webster's New World Computer Dictionary, 10th Edition. Webster's New World Brittany Ballard Type of Reference: Dictionary Call Number: QA76.15 .P395 Brief Description: This dictionary covers many terms that deal with computers. The terminology used in this dictionary can help someone learn how to access e-mail all the way to updating a server. This is a great addition to any technology based school. Content/Scope: This dictionary is aimed towards anyone trying to learn about Pfaffenberger, B. (2003)Webster's New World Computer Dictionary, 10th Edition. Webster's New World Brittany Ballard Type of Reference: Dictionary Call Number: QA76.15 .P395 Brief Description: This dictionary covers many terms that deal with computers. The terminology used in this dictionary can help someone learn how to access e-mail all the way to updating a server. This is a great addition to any technology based school. Content/Scope: This dictionary is aimed towards anyone trying to learn about computers. It includes 4,750 computer terms. It also states the latest in standards and protocols, in memory, peripherals, and storage age range would be from 5th grade to adulthood. With technology being presented at younger ages, this dictionary would help any age that has a interest in computers. Accuracy/Authority/Bias: Webster's is still considered to be the number one dictionary publisher in the world. Their content rivals many other's and still remains strong in the amount of users in the world. Arrangement/Presentation: This dictionary is set arranged alphabetically. It includes 416 pages of words used in the computer field. There are very few pictures that accompany definitions. Relation to other works: The other competitor dictionary would be Microsoft. While Microsoft includes more pictures in their dictionary, they include less terms. Accessibility/Diversity: This dictionary is written in English. It is written in simple terms so even a computer novice can understand the content. The language is non-sexist and is aimed at anyone who has an interest in computers. Cost: $16.99 Review: Powell's Books. (2013) Webster's New World Computer Dictionary. Retrieved from http://www.powells.com/biblio/1-97807...

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    Brittany Herrera

    Title: Pfaffenberger, B. (2003). Webster's new world computer dictionary (10th ed.). Indianapolis, Ind.: Wiley Pub. Name: Brittany Herrera Type of Reference: Dictionary Call Number: 004 Description: With the huge push for technology in today’s education field students are often bombarded with terminology that is overwhelming to them. This dictionary geared toward elementary students is filled with common computer terminology and relates those terms to others to create a consistent understanding of Title: Pfaffenberger, B. (2003). Webster's new world computer dictionary (10th ed.). Indianapolis, Ind.: Wiley Pub. Name: Brittany Herrera Type of Reference: Dictionary Call Number: 004 Description: With the huge push for technology in today’s education field students are often bombarded with terminology that is overwhelming to them. This dictionary geared toward elementary students is filled with common computer terminology and relates those terms to others to create a consistent understanding of technology in education. Review: This review is a pdf format. Please use the information provided below to read this review. Citation Review: Rabinovitz, R. (1993). Four dictionaries define the language of computers. [Review of the book Webster’s new world computer dictionary]. PC Magazine, 12(16), 71.

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