IT Strategy with What You've Got

"This presentation discusses an interrelated set of methods, strategies, and preliminary projects for administrative system changes. This approach reduces risk, lowers cost, softens peak load staffing, and reduces downside consequences. Arguably, when budgets are tight and management attention is increasingly pulled in multiple directions, a reasonable consensus strategy becomes more important than ever." | 0 Comments

What Faculty, Students, and Administrators Want

"...this project raised additional questions not only about the next L/CMS design but also about the next generation of e-learning environments—that is, the complete set of technology tools that students and faculty members will need for support of their day-to-day learning, teaching, and research, whether in face-to-face, online, or hybrid courses." | 0 Comments

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