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EDUCAUSE Core Data Service 2003 Summary Report

Thursday, January 1, 2004

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EDUCAUSE Core Data Service 2003 Summary Report summarizes much of the data collected through the 2003 EDUCAUSE core data survey about campus information technology (IT) environments at more than 822 colleges and universities in the U.S. and abroad. The report presents aggregates of data through more than 100 tables and accompanying descriptive text in five areas relevant to planning and managing IT in higher education: IT Organization, Staffing, and Planning; IT Financing and Management; Faculty and Student Computing; Networking and Security; and Information Systems. Appendices include a brief historical context, a list of participating campuses, the 2003 survey instrument, a glossary of terms from the survey, and Carnegie classification definitions.

Table of Contents
Entire Publication 2003 Summary Report [PDF 581 KB ]
  Acknowledgments [PDF 56 KB ]
  Understanding the Core Data Service [PDF 89 KB ]
Ch. 1 IT Organization, Staffing and Planning [PDF 107 KB ]
Ch. 2 IT Financing and Management [PDF 124 KB ]
Ch. 3 Faculty and Student Computing [PDF 90 KB ]
Ch. 4 Networking, Advanced Technologies, and IT Security [PDF 100 KB ]
Ch. 5 Information Systems [PDF 119 KB ]
A Historical Context [PDF 64 KB ]
B Core Data Service Participating Institutions [PDF 74 KB ]
C 2003 Core Data Survey Questionnaire [PDF 209 KB ]
D Glossary of Terms from the 2003 Core Data Survey [PDF 69 KB ]
E Carnegie Classification Definitions [PDF 68 KB ]
  Index [PDF 58 KB ]

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