Health issues related to computers in higher education
Carolyn Diana Smith, Kansas State University, United States
Kansas State University . Awarded
The purpose of this study was to examine the health issues related to microcomputers and look at possible ways in which risks could be reduced in institutions of higher education. Problems related to work station design, setup, and work habits were one set of issues. A second set of issues related to suspected radiation hazards. It was found that most institution of higher education were trying to do something to help their employees but it was often very limited. It was usually for staff, with a few institutions including faculty and most did not include the student body. This study includes a training plan for institutions of higher education.
Smith, C.D. Health issues related to computers in higher education. Ph.D. thesis, Kansas State University.
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