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The term "peer review" raises many questions such as: What is it? How does it work? Why should I have one? Who is eligible? Why should I become a reviewer? I will attempt to provide some personal insight into each of these.
Preface note: The following is an article that was recently published in The Observer , the faculty and staff bi-weekly newspaper of Oberlin College. I wrote it to explain the "service support crisis" to our campus community and I offer it as an example of the kind of proactive work we need to...
Do you write computing documentation? Edit a newsletter? Put together "Getting Started" or "Quick Tips" handouts? If so, we'd like to invite you to join the DocShare Consortium.
College and university computing support providers are discovering these days what Walt Kelly's Pogo character said many years ago: "We have met the enemy and he is US." We who work in support of computing activities in higher education may have been overly successful in helping to integrate the...
At the 1994 Computing Services Management Symposium Susan Stager (Ferencz) and I presented a workshop on The Practical Management of Computer Ethics Problems. My written materials for that workshop were presented in a series of articles in recent SIGUCCS Newsletters. This column offers a...
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