Open Access Graduate Research Paper
In an attempt to deal with the paperwork explosion occurring in business offices, administrative management has developed the concept of word processing as a means of increasing office efficiency. In business education departments of educational institutions "word processing" has become a confusing term. Too often it is use solely as a synonym for certain types of electronic equipment. According to Frank (10:22) it is the responsibility of educators to instill into the students the idea of a process and a procedure. Word processing is the application of it to the office. Modern technology has been applied to every other facet of business. Word Processing involves reexamining the entire chain of events from word origination to production of the finished document. It is a systematic method of converting ideas into written form.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Department of Educational Administration and Counseling
Donald L. Hanson
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©1983 Charles Bruce Houlton
Houlton, Charles Bruce, "A post-secondary curriculum guide for teaching word processing with microcomputers" (1983). Graduate Research Papers. 2575.