Desktop Publishing in Education
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning Volume 5, Number 2, ISSN 1365-2729 Publisher: Wiley
Discusses the state of desktop publishing (DTP) in education today and describes the weaknesses of the systems available for use in the classroom. Highlights include document design and layout; text composition; graphics; word processing capabilities; a comparison of commercial and educational DTP packages; and skills required for DTP. (four references) (LRW)
Hall, W. & Layman, J. (1989). Desktop Publishing in Education. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 5(2), 72-83. Wiley.
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Steve Harmon, Georgia State University, United States; Marshall Jones, Winthrop University, United States
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