Career on CD

January 13, 1995

An interactive computer program which helps students plan their career path has been produced by Coventry University.

"Learning for Tomorrow" can be used to compile CVs or construct a personal action plan, helping users in their future career choice.The program is a joint venture between the university's visual and information design research centre and the Inner City Access Programme of the Coventry city council's community education department. It is available on both IBM compatible PC and Apple formats on CD-Rom.

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