ERIC Number: ED477753
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 2002
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Wish I'd Known That: Tips on Taking Tecnhology to College.
Kendall, Diane S.; Marsh, Merle
This booklet presents questions and answers on everything from how to find out what technology students will need for college to ideas for handling technology emergencies when they are there at college. Information and selected resources are provided under the following questions that head each section: "How do I find out what technology I should take to college?"; "Is my machine up to date enough? What are some recommended specs?"; "Should I buy a laptop or a desktop computer? What about a PDA or handheld?"; "Should I buy my technology from my college or university? Should I buy it before arriving on campus?"; "What about security?"; "What software will I need for college?"; "What should I know about Email?"; "What should I know how to do on my computer BEFORE my courses begin?"; "Where can I find help when I'm having trouble with my computer?"; " What should I do if my computer or printer is not working as an assignment is due?" Troubleshooting tips, a technology packing checklist, and a form for filling in necessary names and numbers are provided at the end of the booklet. (AEF)
Descriptors: College Students, Computer Security, Computer Selection, Computer Software Selection, Computer Use, Computer Uses in Education, Computers, Educational Technology, Higher Education, Information Sources
Children's Software Press, 720 Kuhlman Rd., Houston, TX 77024 ($10.95). Web site: http://www.childsoftpress.com/.
Publication Type: Guides - Classroom - Learner; Reports - Descriptive
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