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In my native Uruguay, numerous promotional campaigns aim to sell computers to as many people as possible. Yet, for all the energy and financial resources expended in marketing computers, these organizations do not give much attention to how useful a computer might be in the home. We computing professionals must take responsibility for ensuring that computers can be used effectively in everyday life. Those of us in the profession who live in the Third World and who have the appropriate skills, must create the tools, repositories, and networks that will let everyone make their suggestions, needs, and contributions heard and heeded. An example is presented of computers in education

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Computer  (Volume:35 ,  Issue: 6 )

Date of Publication:

Jun 2002

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