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The New Landscape for Course Management Systems
May 13, 2003

Course management systems have reached an important juncture in their evolutionary lifecycle. With e-learning becoming integral to the curriculum in many colleges and universities, the scope and …

The Information Architecture Imperative
January 21, 2003

Many tools are available for information management. These technologies will not be successful, however, at managing the full range of an institution's information--such as administrative da…

The Afterlives of Courses on the Network: Information Management Issues for Learning Management Systems
November 26, 2002

Course management/learning management systems are used with increasing frequency in higher education, yet little attention has been paid to the information management policy issues surrounding th…

Learning Objects in Higher Education
October 1, 2002

Learning objects are digital resources that can be reused for learning. The benefits of creating and using digital repositories of high-quality learning objects are significant. This Research Bul…

Key Issues to Consider in Assessing the Digital Content Landscape
July 9, 2002

As the digital content market develops and the offerings of publisher/suppliers evolve, institutions will need to formulate a digital content strategy. This Research Bulletin examines the emergin…

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