Using Computers in History
Using Computers in History is designed to introduce students to historical computing through practical workshop exercises. With topics such as the pattern of nineteenth century emigration from the UK, the performance of the American and German economies in the 1930s and the Lancashire cotton industry, Lloyd-Jones and Lewis explain and illustrate the possible uses of the computer for the historian.Using Computers in History:* raises awareness of the use of computers as an important tool for the historian* provides a practical introduction to basic computer terminology* includes high quality diagrams of the screen displays which should appear at each stage* examines the use of spreadsheets and how to design and work with them* discusses the different software packages available, concentrating on Microsoft Excel 4* includes spreadsheet exercises based around a range of historical data sets* explores the use of databases* shows how to construct them* gives guidelines for further study* prompts students to apply the skills they have learnt to a number of examples
- 1996 Routledge
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