This book is intended as an introduction to computers and information systems for readers with little to no prior expertise.
Every attempt has been made to present the information necessary to comprehend a topic without becoming mired down in complex language or arcane discussions, even though the descriptions can occasionally become a little bit technical.
There are a number of study questions and activities at the conclusion of each chapter (except for chapter 1, which only offers study questions). To help students focus their reading on the learning objectives, study questions might be given to them.
The exercises are designed to give students a more in-depth, hands-on manner to understand the material covered in each chapter. It is advised that you examine any exercise before giving it out, adding any information necessary (such as the length and due date) for the assignment to be completed.