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Computing across the university curriculum

Computers in Higher Education Teaching and Learning (Symposium) (1990 Belfast)

Computing across the university curriculum

proceedings from the symposium Computers in Higher Education Teaching and Learning, held at the Queen"s University of Belfast, June 1990

by Computers in Higher Education Teaching and Learning (Symposium) (1990 Belfast)

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Published by CTISS Publications in Oxford .
Written in English


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Statement[editors], J. Gardner and F. McBride.
ContributionsGardner, John R., McBride, Frederick V.
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v ;
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Open LibraryOL18187953M

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