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An Educator's Guide to Microcomputers and Learning. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780132408219.
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Idiot's Guides: Drawing Manga is for anyone who has no previous drawing experience, or who is new to drawing in the Manga style. The overall approach is focused on simplifying the drawing process by breaking down lessons into more steps and "mini lessons" that are easier to learn. This easy-to-follow full-color guide starts with the most basic features, moving into basic characters and emotions, and then on to basic character poses and interactions that are common to the most popular Manga styles. Mike Sanders - Idiot's Guides - Drawing Manga . .
This book is a timely introduction to the emerging field of mobile learning, explaining the technologies .
This book is a timely introduction to the emerging field of mobile learning, explaining the technologies involved, their applications and the multiple effects on pedagogical and social practice.
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The first microcomputer was the Japanese Sord Computer Corporation's SMP80/08 . ISBN 0-86020-637-8), a children's guide to microcomputers. Asimov, Isaac (July 1956).
The first microcomputer was the Japanese Sord Computer Corporation's SMP80/08 (1972), which was followed by the SMP80/x (1974). The French developers of the Micral N (1973) filed their patents with the term "Micro-ordinateur", a literal equivalent of "Microcomputer", to designate a solid state machine designed with a microprocessor. These features were already common in minicomputers, with which many hobbyists and early produces were familiar.