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pgrading with computers
A new computer system, donated largely by Texas In-
struments, upgraded the quality of the College of Business.
The system, consisting of twin TI 990 computers Cmodel
12f26l and 18 terminals for each computer, was used primari-
ly by business students majoring in data processing,
All business majors, however, were exposed to the com-
puter system through the required introduction to Data Pro-
cessing course. Faculty members also had access to the com-
puters for faculty research and other administrative purposes.
The computer, one of the best classroom computers
available, was equipped with an electronic projector, which
allowed the instructor to project what was on the terminal
screen to a large screen for the entire class. That feature was
a benefit to class explanation and example.
Dr. Charles Small, who taught data processing, said stu-
dent reaction to the computer had been mixed, but were
mostly positive. Many students were frustrated by the new
learning process and advanced computer technology, he
said. The new system helped students become computer
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308 f Business Administration
FRONT ROW: Margie Pistole, Martha Mosier, Vera justiceulozell Brister.
ROW 2:-Iames Petty, Bill Wright. ROW 3: Dean Low, Ed Timmerman, Bill
Petty. ROW 4: Charles Small, Phil Lewis, Mike Robinson.
literate and more prepared for the professional world, he
ACU's College of Business offered students an opportuni-
ty to be deeply involved in the college's activities througl
the Business Administration Council.
Approximately 35 students were members of the B.A
Council, which provided office aid to faculty members, ser-
vices such as administering teacher evaluations, and public
relations for the college.
The B.A. Council also benefitted students by producing
the BA Council News, a monthly publication sponsored by
the College of Business Administration.
The newsletter, prepared by council members, kepi
business majors up to date on business societies and profes-
sional activities and opportunities,
Members of the council were selected on the basis or
academic excellence and leadership qualities, and they were
required to keep weekly office hours.