2 edition of Probing the potential for global planning through the application of electronic technology. found in the catalog.
Probing the potential for global planning through the application of electronic technology.
Written in English
Thesis (MScPl) - University of Toronto, 1978
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5. To provide students with knowledge of theory and application of electronic devices and circuits. 6. To provide students with basic knowledge of electronic and electrical drawings and the skill to produce them to engineering standards. 7. To provide students with the fundamentals of the computer and its application as it relates to the Industrial. This special issue of Learning, Media and Technology contributes to a growing need, not only for critical accounts of digital education that resist the global, but also for a more diverse representation of the multiplicitous practices of teaching and learning with technology across the globe. It builds on important work that has examined open education initiatives in the Global South [Arinto.
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