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TutorText: Doubleday Series

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Publishers:Doubleday -- United States
English Universities Press -- United Kingdom
Macdonald -- United Kingdom
Categories:Complexity Level : Basic (No Game System)
Format : Hardback
Genre : Programmed Instruction
Target Age Group : Adults
Translated Into:TutorText (French)

This pioneering series of interactive books used a gamebook-style format to teach a wide variety of subjects to a mainstream audience. All of the titles listed here were published by Doubleday, and selected titles were reissued by various British publishers. More obscure and specialized subjects were covered by the TutorText: Educational Science Division Series.


     1. The Arithmetic of Computers
     2. Adventures in Algebra
     3. The Elements of Bridge
     4. Introduction to Electronics
     5. Practical Law: A Course in Everyday Contracts
     6. Trigonometry: A Practical Course
     7. Basic Computer Programming
     8. The Meaning of Modern Poetry
     9. Parliamentary Procedure
     10. Practical Mathematics
     11. Proper Punctuation
     12. The Slide Rule
     13. Your Life Insurance
     14. Advanced Bidding
     15. Effective Executive Practices
     16. Effective Writing
     17. Fractions: A Basic Course in Arithmetic
     18. Fundamentals of Electricity
     19. The American Constitution
     20. Better Business Organization
     21. Computer Programming Techniques
     22. Decimals and Percentage
     23. Electron Tubes at Work
     24. Understanding Shakespeare: Macbeth
     25. The Art of Delegating
     26. Business Letter Writing
     27. Understanding Stocks
     28. Chemistry
     29. Essentials of Music
     30. Introduction to Genetics
     31. Fundamentals of Transistors
     32. The Game of Chess

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