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The ECAR 2005 Study of Students and Information Technology
January 1, 2006

What are the information technology uses and skills of undergraduate students, how does their use of these technologies contribute to their undergraduate experience, and how does IT add to their …

HIPAA Privacy and Security for Academic Institutions
January 1, 2005

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is the first comprehensive federal law protecting the privacy and security of health information. This program will provide both an…

Export Control Laws: Analysis for the IT Manager
January 1, 2005

Through the use of a hypothetical international research collaboration between a U.S. university and various foreign universities and governments, a means for analyzing the applicable export cont…

Wiretapping the Internet: CALEA and Higher Education
January 1, 2005

CALEA, the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act, facilitates court-ordered wiretaps by establishing technical standards for interception points on public telephone networks. As inter…

An Eye to the Future with a Brief Look Back at the Past
January 1, 2005

As we look forward and plan for the future, it is useful to review where we have been, as well as to highlight some of the processes and decisions in the higher education IT community that have w…

The Case for IT Planning for Research Enterprises
January 1, 2005

In many cases, the development of IT infrastructure in support of university research enterprises has been left to find its own way. Researchers have often had develop their own computing, inform…

The 2005 ResNet Survey: Key Findings
January 1, 2005

Who supports the technology needs of residential students? Does it matter if that service is provided by a group outside central IT, such as housing or academic computing? How much wireless is in…

Whose Law? The Problem of Jurisdiction on the Internet
January 1, 2005

The question "What law am I obligated to obey?" is a fundamental one in any legal system and one that every lawyer should be able to answer for his or her client. It is, though, decepti…

Regulation of the Internet: The Hows and Whys of Telecommunications Reform
January 1, 2005

The Internet has enjoyed years of relative freedom from regulation compared to other communication avenues such as telephone and cable. Is this about to change? Why, and why now? How will the out…

Policy Development Theory and Practice: An Emphasis on IT
January 1, 2005

This presentation will discuss a generic process for policy development that was developed by policy administrators from various institutions that belong to the Association of College and Univers…


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