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The world has evolved significantly in the past century through the introduction of computers and other modern technology. Courses taught in educational institutions have frequently kept on pace with these exciting advances, which has required the addition of new concepts (e.g. computer skills, biomedical technology, etc.) and removal of some obsolete ones (e.g. cursive, typing, etc.)