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Moving Beyond the Org Chart: Library and IT Collaboration for Course Design and Support
July 13, 2010

This ECAR research bulletin describes a Dartmouth College pilot project to provide faculty with a gateway to course design and delivery services. The Team Response for Instructional Planning (TR…

EDUCAUSE Now - Show #15 - CIOs and the Economy: Challenges and Opportunities for Higher Ed IT - ELI 2009 Discussion: 21st Century Digital Literacy
May 14, 2009

EDUCAUSE Now is a monthly podcast, focusing on the intelligent use of information technology in higher education.  Join hosts Gerry Bayne and Colleen Luckett for this episode that presents…

E08 Podcast: An Interview with David Consiglio on Merging Library and Computing Organizations
February 27, 2009

This eight minute podcast features a conversation with David Consiglio , Coordinator of Administrative and Social Science Nodes & Statistics at Bryn Mawr College. This interview was record…

Change at the University of Kansas: Process, Experimentation, and Collaboration
January 17, 2006

This research bulletin discusses how leaders at the University of Kansas merged the Libraries and Information Technology into an Information Services department using well-documented strategies f…

High Velocity Change through High Volume Collaboration
November 16, 2004

Presentation at the November 2004 ECAR Symposium. The University of Kansas presents the results of its project to integrate IT and library functions with the goal of focusing on student success. …

Greater Than the Sum of Its Parts: The Integrated IT/Library Organization
January 1, 2004

© 2004 Chris Ferguson, Gene Spencer, and Terry Metz EDUCAUSE Review, vol. 39, no. 3 (May/June 2004): 38–47. Chris Ferguson, Gene Spencer, and Terry Metz Chris Ferguson is Dean f…

Merging Library and IT in a Liberal Arts College: Creating an Organization for the Times Organization and Infrastructure
January 1, 2003

The presentation will focus on the transition process for moving to a merged library/IT organization, providing insight to one possible route for creating such an organization, and will include vig…

Is the Library a "Place" in the Age of Networks?
January 1, 1994

It's natural to wonder how the network will change our facilities, functions, and artifacts, but the real question is what will it mean to the future of higher education? …

The Full Monty: Two Mutually Incompatible Views of Organizational Convergence
January 1, 2000

At Sheffield, the Library and Computing Service formed a new Division of Information Services in 1999. Concurrently, the two services achieved breakthroughs in formulating corporate information str…

E07 Podcast: An Interview with Robert Renaud
November 12, 2007

In this 16-minute podcast, we feature an interview with Robert Renaud , Vice President and CIO, Dickinson College He discusses the future of and challenges facing Enterprise Resource Planning…

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