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The Charles Babbage Institute (CBI) is an archives and research center dedicated to preserving the history of information technology and promoting and conducting research in the field. The CBI Archives, a unit of the University of Minnesota Libraries' Archives and Special Collections Department, collects, preserves and provides access to rich archival collections documenting the history of information technology. CBI’s historical research program, part of the University's College of Science and Engineering, fosters new understanding of developments in the history of computing, software, and networking; supports the work of scholars outside the Institute; and works collaboratively with individuals and organizations throughout the world.

Persistent link to this collection  http://hdl.handle.net/11299/59492

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  • Oral history interview with Frederic J. Wendling 

    Wendling, Frederic J. (Charles Babbage Institute, 2008)
    With support from the National Science Foundation (Grant No. 0811988, “Designing and Using FastLane: Distilling Lessons for Cyberinfrastructures”) CBI researchers Jeffrey Yost and Thomas Misa conducted oral history interviews ...
  • Oral history interview with George Strawn 

    Strawn, George (Charles Babbage Institute, 2010)
    With support from the National Science Foundation (Grant No. 0811988, “Designing and Using FastLane: Distilling Lessons for Cyberinfrastructures”) CBI researchers Jeffrey Yost and Thomas Misa conducted oral history interviews ...
  • Oral history interview with Beverly Sherman 

    Sherman, Beverly (Charles Babbage Institute, 2009)
    With support from the National Science Foundation (Grant No. 0811988, “Designing and Using FastLane: Distilling Lessons for Cyberinfrastructures”) CBI researchers Jeffrey Yost and Thomas Misa conducted oral history interviews ...
  • Oral history interview with Frank P. Scioli 

    Scioli, Frank P. (Charles Babbage Institute, 2010)
    With support from the National Science Foundation (Grant No. 0811988, “Designing and Using FastLane: Distilling Lessons for Cyberinfrastructures”) CBI researchers Jeffrey Yost and Thomas Misa conducted oral history interviews ...
  • Oral history interview with Rich Schneider 

    Schneider, Rich (Charles Babbage Institute, 2010)
    With support from the National Science Foundation (Grant No. 0811988, “Designing and Using FastLane: Distilling Lessons for Cyberinfrastructures”) CBI researchers Jeffrey Yost and Thomas Misa conducted oral history interviews ...

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