ST JOHN’S, Antigua – A book series to familiarise readers with the computer and software applications is due to be launched tomorrow.
Entitled My IT Notes, the seven-book series features a step-by-step approach to equipping readers with tools to increase productivity, search the Web, send email and obtain an overall knowledge about the computer, a release said.
The launch by author M Williams-Angmor is set for 9:30 am at Best of Books at the Village Walk.
“Williams-Angmor will be presenting to both Dr Jacqui Quinn-Leandro, Minister of Education, and Dr Edmond Mansoor, Minister of Information, Communication Technology, a complete set of My IT Notes book series,” the communiqué read.
“Along with Ms Jacintha Pringle, director of education, both ministers will be speaking on behalf of this monumental occasion.”
Williams-Angmor is an IT educator at Sunny Side Tutorial. She believes that her new book series supports success at the CXC level because, “if we start integrating this technical education at an early age, we will develop more advance results,” the release noted.
It added that the author has been surrounded by family who has been advocates for education and civil servants for Antigua & Barbuda for most of her life.
Her grandmother Irene B Williams was a well-respected educator in Antigua & Barbuda, grandfather Ernest Emmanuel Williams is a former minister of Public Works and her uncle Dr Rodney Williams is a former minister of education.
These individuals are contributors, driving Williams-Angmor in her endeavour to contribute to the betterment of our twin-island nation.
Meantime, organisers of the book series launch are inviting ministers of government, principals, technology educators and teachers to attend tomorrow’s event and an upcoming teachers’ workshop on February 1.