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Information Services and Technology fonds


Call Number: El 43 (A.06-91)

Title: Information Services and Technology fonds.

Dates: 2002-2005.

Extent: 27 compact discs.

Administrative history: Information Services and Technology delivers technology services and support to a broad range of user communities at the University of Manitoba.  From data networking and telecommunications through educational support services, academic and administrative computing, I.S.T. endeavours to provide the best possible systems and solutions to support the research and academic goals of the University of Manitoba. Several units operate under the umbrella of the I.S.T. Executive Director to provide these resources, ensuring long-term flexibility and cost-effectiveness.

Custodial history: The fonds was donated to University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections by Tracey Keryluk of the University of Manitoba Web I.S.T. Projects department in 2006.

Scope and content: The University of Manitoba’s Faculty of Engineering building was reconstructed at the Fort Gary Campus in 2002.  The construction process of the facility was recorded via webcam by the University of Manitoba Web I.S.T. Projects department beginning in November of 2002.  The webcam was streamed live through the University of Manitoba website until construction was completed in May of 2005. The fonds consists of 27 compact discs containing digital images of the construction of the Faculty of Engineering building.

Restrictions: There are no restrictions on this material.

Accruals: Further accruals are not expected.

Finding aid: Finding aid is currently unavailable.