By Taylor Booth, Raymond E. Miller
Communications of the ACM,
Vol. 30 No. 5, Pages 376-388
This report summarizes the activities of the Computing Sciences Accreditation Board from its inception in 1984 through its first accreditation cycle completed in June 1986. The major activities during this period were directed at developing the CSAB structure necessary to carry out the accreditation process, and at conducting the first round of accreditation visits and actions.
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