History of Connectivity on Campus
Computing Center Move
Computing and the University of Michigan share a long, distinguished past. Online exhibits, publications, archival collections, and other scholarly and celebratory initiatives validate that history and make it accessible. Connectivity continues to evolve as do the archives of the university, within the Bentley Historical Library. Archivists encourage new collections from individuals and work with university offices on transfers of content.
- A Century of Connectivity at the University of Michigan. Nancy Bartlett, Nancy Deromedi, Alice Goff, Christa Lemelin and Brian Williams, editors. Bulletin, no. 55 (December 2007) Available
- Computing on Campus: A Timeline of Major Events 1946-2006 Nancy Deromedi and Alice Goff. Available online
- Digital Initiatives in the Archives. Nancy Deromedi, compiler (2008) Available online.
Other Campus Resources
Computing at the University of Michigan: The Early Years through the 1960s.Norman R. Scott. Available online.
Computing Center Move, Information Technology Division record group, Box 68, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan.
[Last updated: June 16, 2008]