These files pertain to Marcus' contributions toward the development of many campus technology programs including Team to Improve
Productivity at Stanford (TIPS), and her work to help faculty integrate computers into their teaching.
Jane Marcus first came to Stanford in 1977 as a temporary office assistant at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center. After
a year, she started graduate school, earning a doctoral degree in 1985 in administration and policy analysis, with a concentration
on technology in education. Over her 31 years at Stanford, Marcus helped faculty integrate computers into their teaching and
sustained a network for staff across campus as the cornerstone of the Team to Improve Productivity at Stanford (TIPS).
5 Linear feet (3 cartons, 1 box)
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