ERIC Number: ED393401
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1996
Reference Count: N/A
The EDUTECH Report, 1995-96.
EDUTECH Report, v11 n1-12 1995-96
This document consists of 12 issues, an entire volume year, of the EDUTECH Report published between April 1995 and March 1996. The newsletter's purpose is to alert faculty and administrators to issues in educational technology. Each issue typically contains two feature articles, a page of news briefs, a preview of the upcoming issue, and a question and answer column. The cover articles include: (1) "Telecommunications Issues in Higher Education" (Davis J. Ayersman and Daniel K. Anderson); (2) "Hypertext: Hyperware, Hyperchondria, or Just Hype?" (Howard Strauss); (3) "Can Technology Save Higher Education?" (Martin B. Solomon); (4) "You're Never Really Educated without a SMILE" (Howard Strauss); (5) "Counter-Implementation Strategies" (Steven Gilbert); (6) "Hot Issues 1995-96" (Thomas Warger); (7) "Advanced Technology Groups: Essential or Indispensable?" (Howard Strauss); (8) "Retrofitting Academe: Adapting Faculty Attitudes and Practices" (LeAne Rutherford & Sheryl Grana); (9) "At the Crossroad: Higher Ed and Technology Development" (R. Grant Tate); (10) "Structural Principles for IT Organizations"; (11) "Dear Webby--Advice for the Web Worn" (Howard Strauss); and (12) "The Productivity Paradox" (Paul Attewell). (BEW)
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Higher Education, Hypermedia, Information Technology, Newsletters, Technological Advancement, Telecommunications, World Wide Web
EDUTECH International, 120 Mountain Ave., Bloomfield, CT 06002-1634 (one year subscription, $97).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Administrators; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: EDUTECH International, Bloomfield, CT.