Administrative Computer Center Records
Scope and Contents
This collection consists of a detailed strategic objective, memorandums, organizational chart, press release, three year plans, and annual reports. The detailed strategic objective contains the objectives set by the Administrative Computer Center for the academic year 1989-90. The memorandums cover the 1986-1987 academic year and discuss the early use of email, VAX MAIL, and PC workshops. The 1987 organizational chart displays the hierarchy of the center and each position with name and title. A press release is included stating the hiring of a new director for the center, Dr. Eddy H. Cheng, in 1982. The three year plans cover three separate academic years from 1985-1988. A large portion of the collection consists of annual reports from 1970-1989 describing growth, administrative changes, system upgrades, and work with patrons.
- 1967 - 1990
- Administrative Computer Center (Organization)
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Collection is open for research.
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0.20 Linear Feet (1 box)
Language of Materials
The Administrative Computer Center was formed in 1967 to provide computing service for UNCG campus and later in 1973 to provide information to the administrative offices. The office ceased in 1999. Currently, Information Technology Services handles computing services.
Method of Acquisition
Records were transferred from the department or unit.
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- Administrative Computer Center Records
- Sophia Kranz
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