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Abstract

The single most significant technological achievement of the twentieth century might well be the computer. Capabilities of the computer at present are just beginning to be tapped. What the future has in store is anyone's guess. Computers can perform repetitive tasks with less error than human workers can, as well as work 24 hours per day, 7 days per week without need for rest. Technology has improved both in regards to the speed with which it performs computations as well as the capacity for memory storage. With the latest advancements, computers now have the ability to communicate interactively within a state, region, as well as globally (Gustafson, 1985; Monteau, 1984).

Year of Submission

1985

Degree Name

Master of Arts in Education

Department

Department of Educational Administration and Counseling

First Advisor

Robert H. Decker

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Date Original

1985

Language

en

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