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Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning

1991 Volume 23, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. The Technological Revolution Comes to the Classroom

    Robert B. Kozma & Jerome Johnston

    A discussion of the emerging uses of technology in the college classroom looks at current impact, new directions, and challenges. It looks at which educational problems seem responsive to... More

    pp. 10-20

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  2. Preparing for the Next Wave of Computing on Campus

    Brian L. Hawkins

    Colleges should not be overly concerned with technology as an end in itself; computers are only part of the solution. As new applications are developed, interaction and information seeking of... More

    pp. 24-31

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  3. The Library of the (Not-So-Distant) Future

    Peter Lyman

    The research library is the focus of a scholarly communication system in crisis. Costs, volume of information, and technological advancement have brought changes that significantly challenge the... More

    pp. 34-41

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  4. The Future of Information Technology in Higher Education: I. The State Perspective

    Richard W. Jonsen & Sally M. Johnstone

    As campuses and multicampus systems develop integrated systems for information networking in and among institutions, states must be concerned with their coordination and explore large-scale... More

    pp. 42-46

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  5. The Future of Information Technology in Higher Education: II. The Federal Perspective

    Susan Fratkin

    History illustrates how support for technological advancement has been essential. Congress and the administration must take the initiative together to foster a climate for alliances between... More

    pp. 46-51

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