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Computerized Atlases: The Potential of Computers in Social Studies
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History and Social Science Teacher Volume 22, Number 1,

Abstract

Examines the use of computer atlases to see how they might contribute to the attainment of established social studies goals. Reviews advantages and disadvantages of existing software and hardware. Describes the potentials of computerized atlases and the hardware required to support such uses. (JDH)

Citation

de Leeuw, G. & Waters, N.M. (1986). Computerized Atlases: The Potential of Computers in Social Studies. History and Social Science Teacher, 22(1), 6-14. Retrieved January 19, 2020 from .

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