Classic Computer Magazine Archive COMPUTE! ISSUE 37 / JUNE 1983 / PAGE 279

Microcomputers In Education
The Oryx Press announces publication of Microcomputers in Education: A Handbook of Resources. The book, edited by Katherine Clay, is a guide to the literature, materials, and resources on the use of microcomputers in schools.
    Microcomputers in Education covers materials published from the beginning of the microcomputer revolution in 1976 to March 1982. The major portion of the book is an annotated bibliography of books, journal articles, and microfiche covering the state of the art, from Philosophy and Futures/Trends to Computer Literacy, Classroom Applications, Teacher/Administrator Education, and more. Included is a section on references and resources, including bibliographies, glossaries, sources of funding, and book reviews. In addition, there is an appendix covering sources of information and assistance such as computer journals, user groups, associations, microcomputer centers, and software vendors.
    The price is $18.50, and there is no charge for postage and handling on prepaid orders.

Microcomputers in Education:
    A Handbook of Resources
The Oryx Press
2214 North Central
Phoenix, AZ 85004