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New Directions for Institutional Research

1999 Volume 102, Number

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Integrating Information Technology Planning and Funding at the Institutional Level

    Susan J. Foster & David E. Hollowell

    Effective college information-technology (IT) planning must be integrated into institutional planning, mission, and goals. Topics discussed include key constructs for ensuring that the acquisition ... More

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  2. Assessing the Academic Networked Environment

    Joan K. Lippincott

    Describes a project of the Coalition for Networked Information, founded in 1990 to advance scholarship interest in the networked-computer environment. The project coordinated work of seven higher... More

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  3. Modeling and Managing the Cost and Quality of Information Technology Services at Indiana University: A Case Study

    Christopher Spalding Peebles, Laurie G. Antolovic, Norma B. Holland, Karen Hoeve Adams, Debby Allmayer & Phyllis H. Davidson

    Describes the model used to assess the cost and quality of student computing at Indiana University, Bloomington, and its application in a recent assessment. Three families of measures (quality,... More

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  4. Assessing the Changing Impact of Technology on Teaching and Learning at Virginia Tech: A Case Study

    C David Taylor & Joanne D. Eustis

    As the largest university in the state, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University has developed a reputation as a computer-intensive, technology-rich environment. A case study examines... More

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  5. Institution-Wide Information Management and Its Assessment

    Gerald Bernbom

    Discusses issues and practices in information management (IM) in a number of fields, with emphasis on the role of IM for institutional research and assessment, particularly in colleges and... More

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