Academic Computer Center Records
Scope and Contents
This collection consists of general files, memorandums, newsletters, and annual reports. The general files cover a period from 1974-1990 and contain a preliminary report and proposal, open house announcements, and workshop flyers. The memorandums date from 1975-1989 and discuss computing costs, workshop schedules, effects of budget restrictions, computer systems, microcomputer facilities, and document printing. The monthly newsletters state hours, software upgrades, workshops, new equipment, and general updates. A majority of the collection consists of annual reports dating from 1973-1999 discussing academic progress, computer usage analysis, budget analysis, and highlights of the year.
- Academic Computer Center (Organization)
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Collection is open for research.
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1.20 Linear Feet (3 Boxes)
Language of Materials
The Academic Computer Center was formed in 1973 after dividing from the Administrative Computer Center, to provide computing service for instruction and research activities for UNCG students and faculty. The center joined back with the Administrative Computer Center in 1990 becoming Computing and Information Systems. The center 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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- Academic Computer Center Records
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