computer technology


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Noun1.computer technology - the activity of designing and constructing and programming computerscomputer technology - the activity of designing and constructing and programming computers
engineering, technology - the practical application of science to commerce or industry
update - bring to the latest state of technology
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He writes, "This book is dedicated to working out the question of what faith has to do with computer technology. Not only is this question of academic interest; it also has many implications for a world in which computer technology has become ubiquitous" (p.
One View of Computer Technology: A Dynamic New Literacy for Students
"What does Silicon Valley have to do with Jerusalem?" With that play on Tertullian's ancient remark about Athens and Jerusalem, Derek Schuurman begins his discussion of the relationship between Christian faith and computer technology. It turns out that the answer is "quite a lot." The book presents a broad but thorough overview of issues a Christian in the computer field ought to consider.
This collection of over one hundred articles, drawn from papers submitted for the International Conference on Convergence Computer Technology, held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in February 2012, showcases current scholarship in computer technology with a focus on multi-use and combined science applications.
With the world's growing dependence on the Internet, careers in computer technology are altering the skills needed to compete in a global market.
In this paper an attempt has been made to review the theoretical literature related to the usage of information and computer technology (ICT) in the classroom.
In recent years, the definition of computer technology literacy has continued to change as technological innovations are adopted by the marketplace.
The demographics survey was comprised of two components: general information (e.g., name, age, gender, academic status), and computer technology experience.
Computer and television manufacturer Computer Technology Link Corporation (CTL) has launched a free front-end and end-of-life recycling program for all CTL PCs beginning immediately.
Cato Institute director of Information Policy Studies Jim Harper presents "Identity Crisis: How Identification Is Overused and Misunderstood", is a cautionary book about how increasing identification and computer technology, as well as stepped-up government demands for identification in the wake of the September 11 attacks, are threats to citizen autonomy, privacy, and civil liberties.

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