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Discusses the effect that campus‐based systems have on institutional culture. Strategic planning and decisions regarding information technology (IT), one of the few things that touches every member and unit on campus, needs to consider how IT changes the very culture of the institution. Major...
Today, foreign language teaching can find important resources in technology, the Internet, etc.; but how the teaching of foreign literature, or literature in general, might benefit from technology remains a more open question. The project “Writing La Fontaine” seeks to complement the...
This paper focuses on the development of an Internet‐based distance learning model for teaching the introductory finance course in the Finance Department at Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU), America’s newest institution of higher education which opened in August 1997. An important...
For many educational institutions the World Wide Web has become a major avenue of communication with its constituencies. Students, potential students, faculty, staff, people at other institutions and the general public are all directing their questions to the e‐mail address firstname.lastname@example.org...
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