Eberly College of Arts and Sciences
The Scholar Project was my term for a variety of projects and developmental efforts to incorporate the use of computers into the everyday work life of a graduate social work faculty member before the advent of desktop computing. It began in 1974 with a variety of experiments with SPSS files, McBee "KeySort" Cards, and a Computer Aided Instruction experiment with IBM's Coursewriter software. It evolved into the full-scale integration of electronic equipment into all facets of my professional life. The Scholar bibliography mentioned, the electronic in this Research Repository, and the Docuverse project are the longest lasting products of this effort.
Digital Commons Citation
Lohmann, Roger A., "A Review of Key Developments in the Scholar Project" (1987). Faculty & Staff Scholarship. 877.
Presented at the Media/Technology Forum at the Annual Program Meeting, Council on Social Work Education, St. Louis MO, March 10, 1987.