Xavier University Academic Computing Task Force records
Scope and Content
This collection helps to give perspective on the development of academic computing at Xavier University. The collection consists of initial committee formation documents, a draft report, and the final report.
Restrictions on Access
Restricted access. Please contact the Xavier University Archives staff.
History of Xavier University Academic Computing Task Force
Early in the summer, 1990, Dr. Joan Connell, Academic Vice President of Xavier, established a task force to develop a long range plan for academic computing at Xavier. This task force, with the support of consultants from International Business Machines Corporation (IBM), was asked to develop a five-year plan for computing as it affects the curriculum, the classroom and research at Xavier University. In September, 1990, the initial planning meeting was held. The Task Force issued its final report in 1991.
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Language of Materials
Documentation and the 1991 final report of the Xavier University Academic Computing Task Force (ACTF).
Statement of Arrangement
This collection is arranged in the following order:
- Correspondence, including an Executive Summary
- Draft Report
- Final Report
- Xavier University Academic Computing Task Force records
- Edited Full Draft
- Thomas Kennealy, S.J..
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