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Aiken, R.M. ; University of Tennessee ; Rine, D.C.

Computer education and the appropriate uses of computers in education represent two especially critical areas of concern in what is rapidly becoming a computerized society. Last month, in the first of this two-part series on the impact of computers in education, we presented its philosophy and structure in a more extensive introduction; we also addressed the first concern–better training of computer professionals–with four articles that focused on curriculum issues. This month, we concentrate on the use of computers in education.

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Computer  (Volume:13 ,  Issue: 7 )