CAUSE/EFFECT Volume 19 Number 2 Summer 1996 cover image

Volume 19 Number 2
Summer 1996

A practitioner's journal about managing and using information resources on college and university campuses

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Table of Contents

Current Issues

Current Issues for Higher Education Information Resources Management
A summary of issues identified by the CAUSE Current Issues Committee

CAUSE's CIO Constituent Group: Sharing Experience and Expertise
by Barbara Horgan, Seattle University


The Financial Mythology of Information Technology: Developing a New Game Plan
by John L. Oberlin, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

Can Small Colleges Be Information Technology Leader?
by Martin D. Ringle, Reed College, and David L. Smallen, Hamilton College

A Planning Process Addresses an Organizational and Support Crisis in Information Technology
by Keith R. Nelson and Richard W. Davenport, Central Michigan University

Reengineering Beyond the Illusion of Control
by Elazar Harel and Greg Partipilo, University of California, Los Angeles

Implementing Electronic Forms with the World Wide Web
by George P. Pipkin, University of Virginia


E-mail Etiquette: When and How to Communicate Effectively
by Joseph M. Saul, University of Michigan


From the Editor

CNI Report
Process of Renewal
by Richard P. West, California State University System

Campus Profile
Cornell University

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