The Microcomputer and Social Studies
Contends that microcomputers were introduced into the social studies classrooms to teach higher order thinking skills. Maintains that computers can aid in teaching both process and content. Reviews new computer software programs and points out each programs' educational objectives and problems. Contends microcomputers are an invaluable tool of social studies instruction.
Lancy, D. F. (1990). The microcomputer and social studies. OCSS Review, 26(1), 30-38.