ERIC Number: ED363217
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1991
Reference Count: N/A
Challenges and Opportunities of Information Technology in the 90s. Track II: Funding and Accountability.
CAUSE, Boulder, CO.
Six papers from the 1990 CAUSE conference's Track II, Challenges and Opportunities of Information Technology in the 90s are presented. The papers focus on daily funding and accountability problems, the related management of growth, and funding relationships in higher education. Papers and their authors are as follows: "Achieving Excellence in Academic Computing" (Paul K. Madonna); "A Distributed Microcomputer Based Model That Integrates the Planning/Budgeting Process for an Entire University - A Case Study" (Marshall E. Drummond, Douglas Vinzant, and Wayne Praeder); "Turning a Private Label Credit Card into a Multi-Function ID Card" (Thomas G. James and Bill R. Norwood); "Keys to Success for Senior Level Computer Managers" (Charles E. Chulvick, Frank B. Thomas, and Patrick Gossman); "Levelling the Playing Field - Ways to Set Priorities Among Competing Projects" (Lee C. Fennell); and "Administrative Resource Sharing Between Components of The University of Texas - Pilot Project and Future Directions" (William E. Stern and Annette R. Evans). (GLR)
Descriptors: Administrators, Budgeting, Case Studies, Change Agents, College Administration, College Planning, Computer Networks, Higher Education, Identification, Information Management, Information Technology, Models, Shared Resources and Services
CAUSE Exchange Library, 737 Twenty-Ninth Street, Boulder, CO 80303 (individual papers available to CAUSE members at cost of reproduction).
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Administrators; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: CAUSE, Boulder, CO.