Welcome to the library's Research Guide for Mr. Tom Pieczynski's Business, Computers, and Information Technology course. Please use the documents and links provided to complete your studies. If you have any questions, just ask!
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Selected readings for class (from syllabus):
Selected links for class (from syllabus):
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