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When Every Client Is Also a Server

Saturday, January 1, 1994

Abstract

How can the National Information Infrastructure be seen as a solution to the many problems facing colleges and universities, instead of as yet another potential resource drain? The answer will demand creative planning, a fresh look at the traditional models of campus organization and approaches to teaching and learning, as well as the creation of broad-based partnerships among the public and private sectors. The article also lists "twenty questions for every campus" to answer regarding their plans for the development, use, and funding of networked information and electronic resources.

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