New Directions for Higher Education Volume 111, ISSN 0271-0560
Briefly describes the diverse functional areas in higher education which rely on information technology (IT), such as administrative computing, distance learning, and telecommunications, and then discusses the work of technical support staff, including their professional organizations and literature and tips for getting into an IT career. (EV)
Lassner, D. (2000). Information Technology. New Directions for Higher Education, 111, 35-44.
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