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1988 Snowbird report: a discipline matures [computer science education]

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Chairs of departments in the US and Canada that offer doctorates in computer science and engineering had their biannual meeting in Snowbird, Utah, July 11-13, 1988. The authors sum up the views expressed at that meeting. The impression emerged that the discipline of computing is maturing and should take a more active role in articulating how its own needs, concerns, and basic research impact other disciplines. The concensus was that the Computing Research Board should take aggressive steps to articulate and represent the needs and opportunities of computing research.<>

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Computer  (Volume:22 ,  Issue: 2 )