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Ten to Get Ready: A Framework for Technology Across the Curriculum

Monday, January 1, 2001


Technology skills integrated throughout degree programs help students acquire the IT fluency they need for success in their academic careers and after graduation. This panel draws on George Mason University's thriving Technology Across the Curriculum initiative to identify 10 critical resources, processes, and infrastructure issues that define success or failure.

Winner: 2001 EDUCAUSE Award for Systemic Progress in Teaching & Learning and 2001 EDUCAUSE Quarterly Contribution of the Year Award

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