Fonds F 223 - John R. Abrahams fonds

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John R. Abrahams fonds

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F 223

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1 book

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([ca. 1969])

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Graduated in Communications Engineering from Imperial College in London and received a Masters of Science in Computer Systems from Trinity College. His career has included 2 years as a Systems Engineer for Bell Canada, and 3 years before coming to Ryerson he was the director of Computing and Data Processing at Enfield College in England. During this time he was also a member of the British Computer Education Committee, founding editor of the journal "Computer Education", advisor to Honeywell E. D. P. , and closely associated with the National Computing Centre. In June of 1969, Mr. Abrahams was appointed Assistant Chairman of the Business Department. In 1970 he was appointed the Director of the Ryerson Systems Institute until it was disbanded in 1972 due to cost. J. R. Abrahams was the author of 5 books and 30 technical papers as of 1970.

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Fonds consists of one book entitled Logic Tutors and their Applications. Book was co-written by John Abrahams with R.B. Mathews. Book was written while John Abrahams was at Mohawk College.

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Book was transferred from the Ryerson Library's Collection.


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