Providing the most comprehensive picture to date of the business school computing, communication, and information environment, this year's survey extends the focus of the Fourth Survey (1987) and raises the question: how to most effectively manage these resources.
The compilation and analysis of data collected from 125 business schools reveal important trends and identify problems that arise when computers are integrated into education.
The Fourth Survey is based upon data from 128 AACSB-accredited business schools. It provides a wide variety of information to deans and others involved in making computer related strategic decisions, resource allocations, and program plans.
This year's survey takes a look at where business schools are in terms of computerization, providing useful information for deans and others involved in making computer related allocation decisions and program plans.
T he purpose of the UCLA annual surveys of business school computer usage is to provide deans and other policy makers with useful information for making allocation decisions and program plans with regard to computing, l The particular focus of the Seventh Annual UCLA Survey of Business School Computer Usage is to identify how business schools allocate their… (More)