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A good grounding in the relationship between technological change, society and the law, and the powerful role that computers and computer professionals play in a technological society, is essential.
Professional Issues in Information Technology aids IT professionals to be capable in their chosen professional areas, operate effectively in work and community situations and to be aware of their environments.
Frank Bott studied Mathematics at Trinity College Cambridge, where he was awarded the Yates Prize. He worked in the University's Computing Laboratory before joining SPL International, where he managed large projects in the ship-building industry and Health Service. Frank Bott has previously lectured at the University of Missouri and been Head of the University of Wales' Computer Science Department. He now lectures part-time, primarily on data communications and on professional issues. He is an active member of BCS. In recent years his main interest has been in the field of professional issues. He has also translated, written and edited a number of books and articles.
|Professional Issues in Information Technology is the only textbook tailored specifically to match the syllabus of the BCS Professional Examination compulsory Diploma module, Professional Issues in Information System Practice, in its entirety.|