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Building a Training Network: the Technology Liaison Program at Washington and Lee University
January 1, 2004

All campuses struggle to provide computing support and training with limited resources. The wide disparity of computing skills among campus employees and the constantly changing software environm…

CyberCIEGE
January 13, 2010

CyberCIEGE enhances cyber security education and training through an extensible resource management video game similar to SimCityâ„¢ and RollerCoaster Tycoon®. In the CyberCIEGE virtual wo…

CBO Perspectives on IT and Business Continuity
September 25, 2006

This September-October 2006 survey, administered to chief business officers and chief financial officers affiliated with the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACU…

Stand-alone Computer Courses in Teachers’ IT Training
January 1, 2006

Viewpoint Stand-alone Computer Courses in Teachers’ IT Training Should teachers in training learn IT skills through stand-alone computer courses or integrated into methods courses? By …

IT Readiness for Business Continuity
May 2, 2006

This May 2006 survey seeks to understand higher education's plans, infrastructure, experience, and capability in the area of information technology support for business continuity. …

No Teacher Left Behind: How to Teach with Technology
January 1, 2005

No Teacher Left Behind: How to Teach with Technology A three-phase program taught veteran and novice instructors how to effectively integrate technology into lesson plans By Jamie Efaw …

Under Attack in the States Michigan Portal Helps Workers E-learn Cybersecurity Awareness
January 1, 2005

In an effort to raise Internet security awareness, Michigan opened a Web portal that will give state employees access to computer and Internet security awareness programs. Cybersecurity has emerged…

A Framework for HIPAA IT Security Compliance: Leveraging for Security
December 7, 2004

This research bulletin describes a functional framework for higher education compliance with the HIPAA IT security final rule. The framework, which can be adapted for individual universities, inc…

Many Cooks May Sweeten the Broth: A Collaborative Approach to Online Faculty Training, Support, and Development
January 1, 2004

This presentation will offer a retrospective of a large-scale deployment of faculty training, support, and professional development. Strategies for moving from preparing to teach online to advanced…

Leveraging IT Infrastructure for HIPAA Training
July 6, 2004

Faced with the challenge of quickly developing, delivering, tracking, and reporting customized HIPAA training for 17,000 workers and students, the University of Minnesota leveraged important piec…

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