Expanding Computing as an Academic Service Discipline

Radenski, A. Expanding Computing as an Academic Service Discipline. Computer, June 2009, Vol. 42, No 6, IEEE Computer Society, pp. 104, 101-103.

In addition to its traditional role as a professionally oriented major, computing must expand as a mainstream service discipline, with significance for all schools in academia.

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