Reporter 442, 8 November 1999
The ongoing upgrading and replacement of University computers has allowed the University's Information Systems Services (ISS) to sell and donate redundant PCs to schools and charities. During the summer, 28 machines were even shipped through the Kosovo Action Society to the University of Pristina (now relocated back to Kosovo).
ISS is also helping equip Pristina’s student centre with a new multimedia PC and printer through a joint project with the Times Higher Educational Supplement newspaper, PARS Technology and the Action Society. ISS is to propose how donations of redundant equipment can be co-ordinated on a more general scale across campus.
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