Guide to the Information Technology Department Records, 1965-2004, Bulk: 1992-2004
Norwich University Archives
158 Harmon Drive
Northfield, VT 05663
Phone: (802) 485-2947
Fax: (802) 485-2173
Summary Creator Norwich University. Department of Information Technology Title Information Technology Department Records Dates 1965-2004, Bulk: 1992-2004 Extent 1 Box (.25 linear foot) About the Collection The collection contains computer committee records as well as other correspondence, memoranda, and notes of those involved in the design of a new computer center, 1965-1967. Also included are undated floor plans of Dewey Hall kept as part of the discussion pertaining to the location and layout of the proposed computer center. There are also miscellaneous computer regulations and policies, computer services department reports, 1992-1993, and user manuals. A complete list of reports and user manuals is included in the more complete content listing. Some of the early materials within the collection, 1965-1967, may have been transferred to the archives by mathematics professor Jane Wehe Bonnette. About Information Technology Services The Norwich University information technology services (ITS) department supports all academic and administrative computing and telecommunications. Information technology is comprised of
the computer services department, the telecommunications department, the center for academic technology (CAT) and the information operations development center. IT is managed by a director of information technology services under the vice president for academic affairs and dean of faculty.
The following subjects are represented in this collection. If you are researching these topics, try using these search terms in the library catalog:
· Norwich University -- History -- 20th century.
· Norwich University. -- Department of Information Technology.
· Norwich University -- Administration.
· Norwich University -- Information technology.
· Norwich University -- Buildings.
The collection is open. However, forty-eight hours notice is required to access these materials.
Many items in the University Archives are one-of-a-kind resources that are not likely to be available anywhere but here. For this reason, forming citations for archival sources is a little different than for books and periodicals. If you need to cite anything from this collection, follow the format below: Identification of specific item; Date (if known); Information Technology Department Records, Box and/or Folder and/or Item Identification; Norwich University Archives, Kreitzberg Library, Northfield, VT. Here’s an example from the collection:
Memorandum, “Summer Session Schedule, Computer Center,” to Professor Jane Bonnette from Dean Elmer L. Munger, 15 June 1966. Information Technology Department Records, Computer Center records, 1965-1967 file, Norwich University Archives, Kreitzberg Library, Northfield, VT.
Extent: 1 Box (.25 linear foot) Collection Location: Archives B10.3 Language(s) of Material: English Repository: Norwich University Archives, Kreitzberg Library, 158 Harmon Dr., Northfield, VT 05663 USA, Phone: 802.485.2947, Fax: 802.485.2173, email@example.com
· Computer center records, 1965-1967 (2 files) · Computer center records, Dewey hall floor plans, undated · Computer services department regulations and policies, undated · Computer services department reports, 1992-1993, (2 files) including: o Telecommunications review, 1992 o Short-term improvement plan, 1992 o Initial work plan, 1992 o Annual report, 1 June 1993 o Information technology review, April 1993 o User manuals, including § Managing your UNIX account at Norwich University, 1995-1996 § Electronic mail at Norwich University, undated § Internet email using Pine, undated § PC communication and file transfer at Norwich University, undated § Using Bitnet and internet mail, undated and 1989 (2 items) § Using VAX notes at Norwich University, undated § Welcome to the internet: an introduction to Telnet, undated · Certification for Norwich University Information Systems Security Professionals and Officers, 2001-2004
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