Volume 13, Issue 4 (1984)
Software Selection and Evaluation: A Personal Perspective
Charley S. Heath
ABSTRACT: Computers, no matter how magnificent their potential, are useless without programs. Programs vary widely in quality and usability. A number of practical guidelines and cautions are presented in this article regarding selection and evaluation of computer software prior to purchase. School psychologists are cautioned to define their needs first.
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