High Tech Heretic - Why Computers Don't Belong in the Classroom and Other Reflections by a Computer Contrarian. Clifford Stoll.

High Tech Heretic - Why Computers Don't Belong in the Classroom and Other Reflections by a Computer Contrarian.

Doubleday/Random House NY 1999, stated first edition; 221 pages, index.

Condition: Very Good+ or a bit better, hardcover in very good+ or better dustjacket and clear acetate glassine jacket protector. Appears unread.

Keywords: computers in schools, essays about computers and society

Price: $7.00

Item Description

Contents -- A Literate Luddite; Makes Learning Fun; The Hidden Price of computers; Loony for laptops; Multimedia Comics; CRTs for Tots; A question of Balance; Calculating against Calculators;

Education by e-mail; Cyberschool; Arrogance of the Techies; Software Guinea pigs; The Tyranny of the ugly computer; Information is Power; Help, I'm stuck at a help desk; The Connected Library; Planned Obsolescence; New uses for your old computer; the Plague of Powerpoint;

Junk food and the Internet - the economics of information; Rule number two; Isolated by the Internet; All Truth; Index with an attitude. By the author ofThe Cuckoo's Egg and others/B>.