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A Cost/Benefit Analysis of a Proposal to Charge for Academic Computing at the University of New England
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Vestes Volume 27, Number 1,

Abstract

A study of the feasibility of charging real money for computer time used for academic, as contrasted with administrative, computing is presented. It is concluded that despite the problems of an in-house charging system, change to a real-money system is not justified in a small institution in which simpler financing can be accomplished. (MSE)

Citation

Reeve, R.C. (1984). A Cost/Benefit Analysis of a Proposal to Charge for Academic Computing at the University of New England. Vestes, 27(1), 14-20. Retrieved December 4, 2021 from .

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