2 edition of Organizational and technological strategies for higher education in the information age found in the catalog.
Organizational and technological strategies for higher education in the information age
David J. Ernst
|Statement||by David J. Ernst, Richard N. Katz and John R. Sack.|
|Series||CAUSE professional paper ;, #13, Professional paper series (Boulder, Colo.) ;, #13.|
|Contributions||Katz, Richard N., Sack, John R.|
|LC Classifications||LB2341 .E74 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||25 p. :|
|Number of Pages||25|
|LC Control Number||95189632|
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Organizational and technological strategies for higher education in the information age. Boulder, Colo.: CAUSE, © (OCoLC) Online version: Ernst, David J. Organizational and technological strategies for higher education in the information age.
Boulder, Colo.: CAUSE, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors. Universities continue to struggle in their efforts to fully integrate information and communications technology within their activities. Based on examination of current practices in technology integration at 25 universities worldwide, this book argues for a radical approach to the management of technology in higher by: Organizational Theory in Higher Education offers a fresh take on the models and lenses through which higher education can be viewed by presenting a full range of organizational theories, from traditional to current.
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higher education are, and will continue to be, under downward faced with such pressure, colleges and universities have a limited set of responses. Many of these conditions are relevant to the world of higher education as well and their impact has already caused a shift in the way that learning is accomplished.
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Information management and organizational change in higher education: The impact on academic libraries. Westport, CT: Meckler. The six essays that comprise this monograph are expanded versions of papers presented at the Computers in Libraries Annual Conference held in Washington, D.C.
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Marketing Strategies for Higher Education Institutions: Technological Considerations and Practices provides different aspects of marketing management and technological innovations in all parts of education, including K, non-formal, and distance education.
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Managing Technology in Higher Education offers faculty and senior academic administrators a wealth of practical recommendations for integrating communications techno- logies within colleges and universities. The authors provide recommendations on leadership, strategic planning, organizational structures, the gover- nance of technology, quality /5(17).information use within colleges and univer-sities.
They describe the scope and magnitude of information-related programs in higher education and suggest solutions to communication problems in the form of an information agenda for administrators.
Jonathan D. Fife Director Elc1' Clearinghouse on Higher Education The George Washington University.Featuring insights and in-depth case studies from leading researchers and university decision makers from around the world, this book argues that institutions of higher education, in order to be successful, have to actively reflect on circumstances, visions, and strategies to master the future.