File 6-3 - Computer

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CA UTSC 001-C-6-3




  • 1960, 1990 (Creation)

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26 photographs : b&w + col.

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File contains a total of 26 B&W and Colour photographs depicting the introduction of the student body to computers and technology; depicting graphic design; group project work; students in computer labs; palm pilots; laptops; portraits with keyboards; and professors being introduced to computing technology; verso captions include: "Physics lab 94"; "Computer Centre Student Terminals"; "Math- Horrigan"; "Student Computer Centre"; "Pic 1 Mary Horrigan Math tutor Lisa Hochberg former student"; multiple copies arranged together; various sizes; writing and notes attached to the back; black marker marks on the front of some photographs with wide borders; black and white and colour photographs.

Architecture and recreation; Computer science program; Computers and technology; Conference and symposia; Correspondence; Department of Computer and Mathematics; Exhibitions; Laboratories; Lectures; Mathematics program; Professors; Scarborough (Ont.); Scarborough College; Science wing; Staff; Student groups; Students; Students and teachers; Studying; University Buildings; University of Toronto. Scarborough Campus; Science and technology; All Buildings; Buildings - Interiors; All Events; Events - General; Events - Meetings; Faculty and staff; Faculty and Staff - General; Faculty and Staff - Research; Faculty and Staff - Teaching; All Students; Students - General; Students - Activities.

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