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The E is for Everything

Saturday, January 1, 2000


This second volume from the EDUCAUSE Leadership Strategies series, published by Jossey-Bass Publishers, Inc. with a sponsorship from PricewaterhouseCoopers, outlines major opportunities and challenges for colleges and universities as they look to e-business to support and fulfill their institutional missions. The authors discuss topics such as evaluating readiness to carry out business online; building technology infrastructure and expertise to support e-commerce; rethinking campus and national data systems in an e-learning environment; establishing online business relationships with suppliers, partners, and consumers; safeguarding financial assets and ensuring network security; and navigating the complex policy environment of networked education.


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