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Networking and emerging technologies play an important role in the day-to-day administration of higher education's information technology networks. Resources covered in this topic include advance networking and telecommunications, such as Internet2 and VoIP, as well as middleware, streaming media, network infrastructure and equipment, wireless technology, and bandwidth management. You'll also find resources on many aspects of the World Wide Web, including portals, search engines, Web administration, and content management.
In addition, public and corporate policies related to networked information and telecommunications have a direct impact on campus networks that support instruction and research. For more information about the major issues for this policy portfolio, visit the EDUCAUSE Policy networking page.
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EDUCAUSE Library Items for Networking and Emerging Technologies
- Prospects for the Internet
January 1, 2003
Douglas Van Houweling discusses the implications of the internet and related technologies for higher education. He emphasizes the enormous potential for enhancing education, research, and learning …
- Are Arms Races in Higher Education a Problem?
January 1, 2004
Economic reward for elite educational credentials has jumped sharply in recent decades leading to a variety of positional arms races that have increased costs sharply and threatened the continued v…
- Student Financial Aid Policies: Do They Promote Universal Education?
January 1, 2004
Sandy Baum assesses the effects of key federal, state, and institutional policies and suggests how they might be changed so as to more effectively break down the financial barriers to higher educa…