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7 Things You Should Read About Digital Divides and Today’s Technologies
September 4, 2015

The penetration of information technology into all corners of life created a digital divide between those who had those technologies and those who didn’t. As technology ownership has broade…

2015 Student and Faculty Technology Research Studies
August 17, 2015

EDUCAUSE Technology Research in the Academic Community This research can catalyze conversations among IT professionals about how to better serve their constituents; among institutional leaders…

Commuter Students Using Technology
September 15, 2014

Key Takeaways A multi-year qualitative study of undergraduates at six colleges at the City University of New York focused on how, where, and when students accomplished their …

IT-Based Transformation in Higher Education: Possibilities and Prospects
March 19, 2012

If information technologies are to transform higher education, we must exploit opportunities and address problems. At the same time, transformed higher education cannot neglect important dimensi…

[Mobile Perspectives: On change] Embracing Change: An Interview with Tracy Futhey
April 7, 2011

As Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer at Duke University since 2002, Tracy Futhey has presided over programs such as the pioneering Duke Digital Initiative…

ELI Session: Born Digital
February 12, 2010

John Palfrey , a professor and vice-dean at Harvard Law School, discusses the topic of his book, Born Digital . It covers the first generation of digital natives. These young people are now…

Digital Divide Still Separates Students
January 1, 2006

According to new data from the National Center for Education Statistics, despite an overall increase in computer usage among students, minorities continue to trail in their levels of Internet acces…

The Myth about the Digital Divide
January 1, 2006

© 2006 Brian L. Hawkins and Diana G. Oblinger EDUCAUSE Review, vol. 41, no. 4 (July/August 2006): 12–13. Brian L. Hawkins is President of EDUCAUSE. Diana G. Oblinger is …

Managing Millennials
January 1, 2004

This article discusses the Millennials, those who were born in 1982 or later. Topics addressed are; who they are, how they are shaped by their times, millennial characteristics and the The Digita…

Rita Colwell, Director of the National Science Foundation, Speaking at the EDUCAUSE '99 General Session
January 1, 1999

The role of information technology in today's science and technology enterprise is analogous to the mythological thread of Ariadne which guided the Greek hero through the treacherous labyrinth…