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ICT Skills for the Classroom

Adopts a ‘learning by doing’ approach, where skills and concepts are broken down and reinforced with exercises Takes students from a basic level to the point where they will be confident using a PC, Microsoft Office applications, Internet and Email Expert tips and shortcuts are included to help achieve quality results Written for Office XP, but the exercises can also be completed using Office 2000 or Office 97 Suitable for students following ECDL, Microsoft IC3 and similar courses, as well as for those taking ICT as a non-examination subject


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Publication Date

January 2008




Spiral bound, 343 pages

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Gill Education


1 Basic Concepts of Information Technology
2 Using a Computer and Managing Files
3 Word Processing
4 Spreadsheets
5 Databases
6 Presentations
7 Information and Communications


272 x 230 mm


By Michael Morgan

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Michael Morgan held a Masters in ICT in Education from the University of Limerick, where he lectured to teachers on a part-time basis. He was Assistant Principal and ICT teacher at O’Fiaich College, Dundalk, Co Louth, at the time of his death in 2006. The College won the award for ‘Best integration of ECDL into the School Curriculum’ in that year. Michael Morgan also taught on many courses such as the Teacher Skills Initiative (NCTE) and Teach to the Future (Intel). He produced the manual and course files for the ECDL WebStarter course.

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