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Questions of Data Ownership on Campus

Author(s): Kyle M.L. Jones, John Thomson, Kimberly Arnold

Valid arguments exist for students to control data about themselves, and similarly plausible arguments suggest that the institution can claim ownership. This article explores both perspectives…

August 25, 2014

Advancing Without New ResourcesIn Print Edition

Author(s): Ron Kraemer

The expectations for IT services in higher education will not lessen, and the rate of change will not decelerate. How can the IT organization address these demands without new resources? By ma…

July 14, 2014

Higher Education: New Models, New RulesIn Print Edition

Author(s): Louis Soares, Judith S. Eaton, Burck Smith

What are the new rules that will accompany future new models in higher education? Three essays address this question by exploring state higher education policy, accreditation for non-instituti…

October 7, 2013

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