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HEIRAlliance Executive Strategies Report #6: What Presidents Need to Know About Evaluating Institutional Information Resources

Sunday, January 1, 1995


This four-page report provides an executive summary of a set of guidelines for evaluating information resources in higher education institutions. The guidelines serve a dual purpose: to help colleges and universities evaluate their own information resources, and to guide regional accrediting associations in their evaluations. Covers academic program support, administrative support, access, extended boundaries, institutionwide planning, advisory and policy structure, staffing. Full Evaluation Guidelines available as HEI2000. Informal example of IT environment at information-resources-intensive institution HEI1061.

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