The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 75 (1997) > Issues > Issue 15 > Application of IT to Technology Transfer
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Application of IT to Technology Transfer

Communications The transfer of information is becoming increasingly dependent upon the use of computers and links between them. Many of the objectives which the Institution has set itself can be attained by utilising information technology to reach an audience who would otherwise be difficult to contact. Systems for making long-range contact with widely separated centres and individuals are growing rapidly. They include: - e-mail - CD-Rom - ISDN (special high-speed communications) - ED1 (electronic data interchange) A.J.M. Soane

Author(s): Soane, A J M

Keywords: information technology;communications;databases;education;training;internet