ERIC Number: ED074702
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973-Jan
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Computing Newsletter for Schools of Business.
Couger, J. Daniel, Ed.
v6 n1 September 1972, v6 n5 January 1973
The first of the two issues included here reports on various developments concerning the use of computers for schools of business. One-page articles cover these topics: widespread use of simulation games, survey of computer use in higher education, ten new computer cases which teach techniques for management analysis, advantages of the use of decision tables, ten exercises for students of marketing management, survey on courses in marketing information systems, computer-aided instruction in economics in a small college, survey of the public's attitude toward computers, computer-augmented instruction for a basic accounting course, and various references for the computer field. The second issue lists about 800 books useful in teaching business applications of the computer. These books are grouped by subject, such as introduction to electronic data processing and computer programing, and, within subject, they are further broken down into topics or likely users. For each book, author, title, publisher, date, and number of pages is included. (JK)
Descriptors: Accounting, Bibliographies, Business Administration, Business Education, Computer Assisted Instruction, Computer Oriented Programs, Computer Science Education, Computers, Educational Games, Management Development, Management Information Systems, Marketing, Newsletters, Simulation
Computing Newsletter, Cragmor Road, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80907 ($18.00 nine issues/year)
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Authoring Institution: Colorado Univ., Colorado Springs. School of Business Administration.