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ERIC Number: ED055593
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969
Pages: 7
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Reference Count: 0
Impact of Computers in Argentina, and the Attitude of Private Sectors, the Need for Professional Training, the Universities' Action, What Lies Ahead.
Pollitzer, Gustavo A.
There is a growing recognition in Argentina for the need of more technological and professional management, administration, operation and planning. Of the 215 computers installed in the country (and growing in number at the rate of 25%, a year) only a few (15%) have university graduates on the staff of analysts who organize their work. Most of the analysts and programmers only have a primary school level of education. A forecast for the next three years indicates that the Argentine universities will have to train 1,300 students in systems analysis and systems engineering. (Author)
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Sponsor: United Nations, New York, NY.
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Identifiers: Argentina; United Nations
Note: (0 References); Background paper prepared for the United Nations meeting of the Ad Hoc Panel of Experts on Computer Technology held in February 1970