The EDUTECH Report, 1997-1998.Report as inadecuate




The EDUTECH Report, 1997-1998. - Download this document for free, or read online. Document in PDF available to download.





This document consists of 12 issues of the EDUTECH Report. 1998. The newsletter's purpose is to alert faculty and administrators to issues in educational technology. Each issue contains two feature articles, a page of news briefs, a preview of the upcoming issue, and a question and answer column. Most issues also contain brief quotations on education technology topics. The following cover articles appeared between April 1997-March 1998: (1) "Can IT Groups Be Trusted To Teach Computing?" (Howard Strauss); (2) "Leadership in the New IT Organization" (James I. Penrod); (3) "PMS: Project Management Syndrome" (Howard Strauss); (4) "Selecting a New Information System: Basic Principles"; (5) "Gary, That Wasn't a Machine That Beat You" (Howard Strauss); (6) "Hot Issues 1997-98" (Thomas Warger); (7) "Troubled Times for Many IT Departments"; (8) "Determining the Real Cost of an AIS" (part one of a two-part series); (9) "Determining the Real Cost of an AIS" (part two); (10) "Treat E-Mail as Part of Your Campus Information System"; (11) "In Search of Leadership; A Tale of Three Visions" (Howard Strauss); and (12) "The Staff Crisis" (Barbara Horgan). (SWC)

Descriptors: Educational Technology, Electronic Mail, Higher Education, Information Networks, Information Services, Information Technology, Leadership, Newsletters, Personnel Management, Technological Advancement

EDUTECH International, 120 Mountain Ave., Bloomfield, CT 06002-1634 (one year subscription, $97).









Author: EDUTECH Report, v13 n1-12 1997-98

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=7762&id=ED417694



DOWNLOAD PDF




Related documents