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Public Key Infrastructure: Making Progress, But Many Challenges Remain Key Findings
March 28, 2003

Public Key Infrastructure: Making Progress, But Many Challenges Remain" is a Key Findings summary. Research Director Dan Blum and Analyst Gerry Gebel provide an update to Burton Group'…

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, …

The TEACH Act: Higher Education Challenges for Compliance
June 22, 2004

More than a year after passage of the Technology, Education, and Copyright Harmonization (TEACH) Act of 2002, relatively few universities and colleges have implemented it. This research bulletin …

Signifying a Lot: What's Really Happening with IT in Higher Education?
June 14, 2004

In 2002, EDUCAUSE began to operate ECAR, the EDUCAUSE Center for Analysis and Research. The Center's mission is to enhance critical decisions about IT by supplying timely and meaningful info…

e-Volution and Adaptation: Doing Higher Education's Business Electronically
June 18, 2004

Presented at NWACC, June 18th, 2004. The business of higher education is dominantly a craft, evolving from a rather illustrious medieval European tradition. The craft legacy of higher education r…

Alignment Based on Strategic Priorities at the University of Delaware
June 14, 2004

This case study explores how the University of Delaware has achieved a high degree of alignment between information technology and institution-wide priorities. It describes how an institutional c…

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