Is CSUMB's computer policy good for students?
Thursday, August 10, 1995
Gone are the days when your basic school supplies included a pencil box, a typewriter and a pile of paper. Today's successful scholar needs gadgets and gizmos more along the lines of laptop computers, e-mail addresses and modem lines--or so goes the logic of administrators at California State University Monterey Bay who seek to implement an "assured access" computer policy at their new campus.
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