CAUSE/EFFECT Volume 19 Number 3 Fall 1996 cover image

Volume 19 Number 3
Fall 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

The Information Professions and Enterprise-Wide Information Strategies
by Gerald Bernbom, Indiana University


Information Technology Support Services: Crisis or Opportunity?
by J. Michael Yohe, Valparaiso University

Altering Time and Space through Network Technologies to Enhance Learning
by John F. Chizmar and David B. WIlliams, Illinois State University

Teaming Up to Develop a Faculty Institute on Teaching, Learning, and Technology
by Janet R. deVry, Judy A. Greene, Sandra Millard, and Patricia Sine, University of Delaware

Structures, Plans, and Policies: Do They Make a Difference? An Initial Assessment
by Bruce Rocheleau, Northern Illinois University


Client/Server Conversions: Balancing Benefits and Risks
by Leonard J. Mignerey, Rutgers University

Can Higher Ed Jump the Curve?
by William H. Graves, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

The Sticky Side of the Web
by Kenneth J. Klingenstein, University of Colorado, Boulder

Good Ideas

Spinning the Web: The Design of Yale's Front Door
by Robert Callum, Yale University


From the Editor

CNI Report
1996-1997 CNI Program Plan
by Richard P. West, California State University System

Campus Profile
University of Phoenix

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