ERIC Number: ED222217
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1982
Reference Count: 0
IBM Electronic 75 Self-Instructional Module.
Moyer, Ruth A.
Designed for use in Trident Technical College's Secretarial Science Instructional Lab, this learning module provides self-instructional lessons and self-tests to teach students to operate the IBM Electronic 75 Typewriter and use the storage capabilities and special features of the machine. Each lesson focuses on one or more specific tasks, providing learning objectives, illustrations, detailed explanations and instructions, and a self-test and answer key. The 14 lessons cover: (1) inserting paper, setting margins, and locating and identifying parts of the machine; (2) resetting margins, setting tab stops, and using the automatic carrier return; (3) using the preset tab grid to type tables; (4) correcting errors and using the one-line memory; (5) centering and underscoring automatically; (6) using and clearing the memory; (7) using the "advance to" and "return to" functions, and deleting and inserting words and lines in the memory; (8) using the automatic hyphenation, phrase storage, and required space features and typing required hyphens; (9) using the stop code and tab/indent instructions, and typing a multi-page document; (10) typing form letters with variable information; (11) typing tables using column layout and number alignment; (12) typing text with tables; (13) using both number alignment and column layout in tables; and (14) the meaning of bells, lights, and whistles. A brief description of the instructional lab is included. (AYC)
Publication Type: Guides - Classroom - Learner
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Trident Technical Coll., Charleston, SC.
Identifiers: IBM Electronic 75 Typewriter
Note: One of four modules used in Trident Technical College's Secretarial Science Instructional Lab. For other modules, see JC 820 478-480.