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Technical Report

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Carnegie Mellon University and its College of Humanities and Social Sciences have built, over the last decade, a tradition of leadership and innovation in educational computing. Now, we face another challenge and opportunity in this area that promises to have a major impact on the college's entire educational and research enterprise. Here we present a blueprint for the systematic and coordinated implementation of a major computer workstation and software development initiative intended to meet this challenge and opportunity. Experience has taught us that an initiative of this magnitude and import requires considerable thought and careful planning if it is to have a positive, integrated impact within the context of the college's technological, educational, and research environment. Our purpose is to provide information, anticipate problems and the resources needed to address them, and to outline the college's strategy for solving these problems and achieving the goals of this initiative.

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