Please don’t be fooled by some of the better-known textbooks on information technology. I have to admit, I’m one of those people who can look at a textbook and think, “Oh, that’s really interesting!” Sometimes I know what is going on in a particular chapter but I don’t always understand everything that is going on in that chapter. What would happen if someone had the same ability to understand what was going on in a textbook but didn’t understand it? Well, all of the information you need to read that book will be available for you to view online tomorrow. It is designed to help students learn as much as possible about computer programming and how to program.
“The Psychology of Information Technology” is an attractive and informative textbook covering a wide range of information technology topics, with chapters written by expert faculty within the electrical and computer engineering fields. The book is based on two decades of experience in teaching courses in computer science, information technology, and statistics.