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The Internet and the University: 2002 Forum

Wednesday, January 1, 2003

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The Internet and the University: Forum 2002 includes the papers presented and discussed at the Forum on the Internet and the University, held during the Forum's 2002 Aspen Symposium. The Internet Forum seeks to understand how the Internet and new learning media can improve the quality and condition of learning, as well as the opportunities and risks created by rapid technological innovation and economic change. Scholars include Elizabeth Daley, Ira Fuchs, Shirley Jackson, Rosabeth Moss Kanter, Clifford Lynch, Deanna Marcum, James Utterback, and William Wulf. The Internet and the University: Forum 2002 is a joint publication of the Forum for the Future of Higher Education and EDUCAUSE. It can be ordered through the EDUCAUSE library.

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