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From Carbons to Computers, The Changing American Office

From Carbons to Computers, The Changing American Office Intended for middle-schoolers and their teachers, this site provides a look at how society has changed by focusing on the business office — an unusual but interesting approach. The site offers many lesson plans, plus photographs, and
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From Carbons to Computers, The Changing American Office


Intended for middle-schoolers and their teachers, this site provides a look at how society has changed by focusing on the business office — an unusual but interesting approach. The site offers many lesson plans, plus photographs, and text about the offices of yesterday and those of today. Topics discussed include office equipment, office organization, globalization, and technology. Also included is a historical timeline of "corporate milestones." There are also lesson plans.

Smithsonian Institution

• Lesson Plans • Learning Games • Pictures and/or Illustrations


• High School Middle School

Susan Allen

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