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Chairman's correspondence and reports

The series consists of records relating to the administrative and operational activities and interests of the department Chairman, including research, funding, relations with external bodies including the federal and provincial governments, proposals for new programs and courses, the Bamfield Marine Station and the Master of Pest Management program. Record types include circulars, correspondence, directives, reports and working papers. For a list of correspondents (as reflected in file titles), see Access Points below.

Computing Services

Sub-series consists of the Associate Vice-President, Academic's correspondence with, related to, or copied from Computing Services during the period in which it reported to the AVP Academic (1990-1994). In 1991 Computing Services was reorganized into Academic Computing Services (ACS) and Operations and Technical Support (OTS); from 1994 both of these units shifted their reporting relationship from the AVP to the VP Academic. Activities documented in the correspondence include departmental budget and organizational planning, IT systems, network and infrastructure planning, development of an information management system for the Eastern Indonesian Universities Development Project (EIUDP), and operations of the university's Microcomputer Store. Records includes correspondence, reports, discussion papers, and meeting minutes.

Computing Services

Sub-sub-series consists of the Vice-President, Academic's correspondence with, related to, or copied from the Director of the Computing Services during the period when the Computing Services (prior to 1985 named Computing Centre) reported to the Vice-President, Research. Activities and topics documented include policy development, network planning, equipment and budget allocation, the microcomputer subsidy program, and the activities of the Large Scale Computing Review Committee (1987) and the Task Force on Distributed Computing (1991). Records consist predominantly of correspondence, with some reports.