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Faculty Use of Course Management Systems Key Findings
May 20, 2003

Faculty Use of Course Management Systems is a key findings summary of how faculty members use course management systems for teaching. Faculty Use…

Supporting E-Learning in Higher Education Key Findings
July 16, 2003

Supporting E-Learning in Higher Education is the summary of a result of 10 months of collaborative research conducted by ECAR and IDC to learn about evolving student and instructor support re…

Information Technology Security: Governance, Strategy, and Practice in Higher Education Key Findings
October 24, 2003

U.S. higher education institutions have historically enjoyed a culture of open access to information. The free flow of information faces increasing challenges as concerns about information securi…

Information Technology Leadership in Higher Education: The Condition of the Community Key Findings
February 19, 2004

Information Technology Leadership in Higher Education: The Condition of the Community is a summary of the results of a quantitative survey of 1,850 IT leaders and professionals at 765 higher educ…

Information Technology Alignment in Higher Education Key Findings
June 23, 2004

This summary reports the results of a quantitative survey and qualitative interviews of 464 U.S. and 19 Canadian universities to discover how information technology priorities, plans, resources, …

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