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Digitally Literate Storytellers
September 16, 2009

For the student researcher, digital literacy is about navigation, assessment, citation, and incorporation of credible digital information from ever-expanding resources. But digital literacy exten…

The Google Book Scanning Project: Issues and Updates
September 2, 2009

For about five years, Google has been scanning and indexing millions of volumes drawn from academic libraries and other sources worldwide. The project has been greeted with high praise but also w…

E-Readers and E-Textbooks: Current Reality and Future Possibilities
August 26, 2009

This seminar will initially address the current state of e-reader devices and their functionality as platforms for the delivery of e-textbooks, as experienced by Northwest Missouri State Universi…

Selecting and Implementing a Course Management System for Your Campus
August 5, 2009

The course management system has become an integral part of institutional technology and academic operations, such that institutions invest a significant amount of time and effort in identifying,…

Cloud Computing for the Academic Institution
July 29, 2009

The Virtual Computing Lab (VCL) is a cloud computing solution that is designed to address the unique needs of academic institutions. Computational resources for teaching faculty, students, and re…

Information Security from the Ground Up
July 8, 2009

In 2005 the University of Notre Dame suffered a serious incident that brought information security into the campus spotlight. In response, we partnered with a Big Four consulting firm to conduct …

What to Do While Your Building or Renovation Project Is On Hold
June 29, 2009

Many campuses will be postponing or curtailing new building projects and renovations due to the current economic climate, but the pressing need for newly configured, technology-enabled spaces has…

Making IT a Key Part of the Campus Sustainability Effort
June 9, 2009

Campuses across the nation are making sustainability an important institutional goal. Their efforts are often directed by staff in new positions who collaborate with a wide range of campus organi…

Where Is the Open Education Movement Going?
May 19, 2009

What does the concept of "open education" mean in 2009? Is it simply a matter of sharing learning content, or is a broader set of principles and practices called into question as well? …

Strategies for New Circumstances
June 16, 2009

In the nine months since the economic downturn hit higher ed with full force, the resulting retrenching on our campuses has forced IT professionals to think in new ways about what they do. We hav…

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