by Caroline Arms (Editor)
In-depth case studies of ten higher education institutions, along with background chapters on protocols and standards, wiring, and national networks.
Ten institutions that are considered to be leaders in the implementation of computing technology are reviewed, each in an individual chapter, to assess their current status and future plans for computer networking. The universities included are Wesleyan University, Dartmouth College, Carnegie Mellon University, Rensselaer Polytechnic University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Stanford University, Cornell University, The University of Michigan, The University of Minnesota, and The Pennsylvania State University.
Posted on Facebook 9 June 2016:
Greg, I was happy to find a copy of this 1988 classic on a colleague's shelf and to read your chapter about the earliest days of networking at U-M. Things have come a fair distance, to say the least. Susan Harris also gets a thanks in the chapter for her editing.