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Plan For Meeting the Academic Computing Needs Of the University: 1979-1985

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Title: Plan For Meeting the Academic Computing Needs Of the University: 1979-1985
Authors: University of Hawaii Academic Computing Advisory Committee
Keywords: University of Hawaii. Academic Computing Advisory Committee
LC Subject Headings: Education, Higher--Data processing
Information storage and retrieval systems
Universities and colleges--Hawaii--Data processing
Computer-assisted instruction
Issue Date: May 1979
Abstract: The Academic Computing Advisory Committee (ACAC) was established by Vice President Long in April 1978 to advise the University Administration "... on policy matters concerning the delivery of computer services to meet the academic needs of our University." In his letter of April 5, 1978, Vice President Long charged the Committee with the following tasks:
1. Assess the current state of computer services provided to support the academic programs of instruction, organized research, and public service;
2. Identify the near and long-range future requirements for computer support to academic programs;
3. Recommend a plan for meeting these needs;
4. Monitor the implementation of the plan; and,
5. Advise the Vice President for Academic Affairs on policy matters concerning the delivery of computing services to the academic programs.
This report speaks to the first three items of the Committee's charge. It is submitted to the Administration after a year's work and study by ACAC and following University-wide consultation on the recommendations to alleviate the identified problems concerning academic computing services.
Description: Submitted to Vice President Durward Long May 25, 1979
Appears in Collections:Academic Computing Advisory Committee, University of Hawaii

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