Integrating the Computer into a Business School Curriculum
The results of a study of computer utilization in the Graduate School of Business at Stanford are presented. The benefits and costs of a dedicated time-sharing system acquired by the Business School to supplement the central campus computer facility are discussed. The study showed that the time-sharing system produced many benefits, including improved service and a lower per student cost for computing. The implications of the Stanford experience for other schools are discussed.
MONTGOMERY, David B.; Lucas, H. C. Jr.; and Larreche, J.C..
Integrating the Computer into a Business School Curriculum. (1974). Decision Sciences. 5, (2), 268-283. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
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