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Abstract Concrete and effective policies for the development of hardware and manpower infrastructures in information technology and telematics are urgently needed in the countries of Africa, so that these countries may benefit from the on‐going information phenomenon. A regional network for the...
Abstract Workshops given by UK academics for Sri Lankan university staff are described. Experience with them is the background for a discussion of the best means of introducing computer studies in the universities of a developing country. A case is made for a bootstrapping approach, allowing...
Abstract This note reports the first meeting, in August 1985 and attended by representatives from 13 countries, of the Asia Pacific Area of the IEEE Computer Society.
Abstract From 1982 to 1984, Philip Veasey was Associate Professor in Business Science at the University of East Asia, Macau. In this article he gives an account of certain Information Technology courses which he taught at that time. They led him to the conclusion that the academic community must...
Abstract Arising from the Singapore Government's identification of Information Technology as a major element within its economic strategy, considerable emphasis has been placed on the vital need for Singapore to have a substantial body of competent computer professionals to support and implement...
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