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IT Governance: Determining Who Decides
November 22, 2005

This research bulletin provides an overview of IT governance, explains why such governance is important, describes the IT governance work at Syracuse University, and outlines how other institutio…

Chargebacks and Information Technology Funding
November 8, 2005

This research bulletin, which draws on research conducted by ECAR in 2004 on the state of information technology funding, examines how higher education uses chargebacks for funding IT. It is base…

Federating a Distributed World: Asserting Next-Generation Identity Standards
November 3, 2005

In the last few years, federated identity management—the agreements, standards, and technologies that make identity and entitlements portable across autonomous domains—has become a topic of …

IT Security in Higher Education, 2006
October 31, 2005

This survey instrument covers the security of networks and computing systems, including data, application, service, and operating systems. This s…

Models of Open Educational Resources: OpenCourseWare, Sofia, and the Open Learning Initiative
October 25, 2005

This research bulletin strives to clarify the complex landscape of open educational content by exploring the distinctions, challenges, and accomplishments among programs focused on opencoursewar…

ECAR Study of Students and Information Technology, 2005: Convenience, Connection, Control, and Learning Roadmap
October 12, 2005

A longitudinal extension of the 2004 ECAR study of Students and Information Technology, this 2005 roadmap is based on quantitative data from over 18,000 freshmen and senior students at 63 higher …

ECAR Study of Students and Information Technology, 2005: Convenience, Connection, Control, and Learning Key Findings
October 12, 2005

A longitudinal extension of the 2004 ECAR study of Students and Information Technology, this 2005 key finding is based on quantitative data from over 18,000 freshmen and senior students at 63 hig…

Digital Recollections
October 12, 2005

This case study, written by three Net-generation college students, describes how exposure to digital literacy early in life has influenced the college experiences and lives of tomorrow's dig…

ECAR Study of Students and Information Technology, 2005: Convenience, Connection, Control, and Learning
October 12, 2005

Abstract A longitudinal extension of the 2004 ECAR study of students and information technology, this 2005 study is based on quantitative data from more than 18,000 freshman and senior stude…

Reflections on a Career as a Four-Time CIO
October 11, 2005

This research bulletin is a personal account of the career of James Penrod, who served as chief information officer at four higher education institutions for over 25 years. Well known as an exper…

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