Computing in Papua New Guinea: Lessons Learned About Computer Science Service learning Projects
This paper chronicles a recent departmental project involving the design, development, procurement, transport and deployment of a computer network system. The system manages patient information system for a 100-bed mission hospital in the WesternHighland Province of Papua New Guinea. Additionally, this paper summarizes the aspects of the project that contributed to its relative success, drawing upon experiences from a series of previous service projects.
Skon, James P., "Computing in Papua New Guinea: Lessons Learned About Computer Science Service learning Projects" (2001). Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges 17(1): 31-38. Faculty Publications. Paper 73.
Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges