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ERIC Number: ED421916
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1997-Mar
Pages: 204
Abstractor: N/A
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Technology and Higher Education. The NEA Professional Library Higher Education Series.
Enghagen, Linda, K., Ed.
This book presents 11 chapters on technology and higher education which are primarily derived from a 1994 conference on educational technology and diversity. Papers are grouped into three sections which address: first, technology, teaching and learning; second, the law and union contracts; and, third, technophobia. The papers and their authors are: (1) the keynote speech by Vice-President Albert Gore, "The Future of Technology and Education in America"; (2) "Moving Information Technology into the Classroom" (Steven W. Gilbert and Kenneth C. Green); (3) "Music Technology for the 21st Century" (Gene Aitken); (4) "Creating Accessible Education Through Technology: The Maine Experience" (Eric P. Healy); (5) "The Shrinking Pipeline Problem: Under-Representation of Women and Minorities in Technical Fields" (C. Dianne Martin); (6) "Creating a Future Scenario for Higher Education" (J. N. Musto); (7) "Copyright Law and the Information Superhighway" (Kenneth D. Salomon and Michael J. Pierce); (8) "New Frontiers for Copyright Law" (Linda K. Enghagen); (9) "Intellectual Property and Faculty Collective Bargaining: The Canadian Experience" (Donald C. Savage and Patricia A. Finn); (10) "Technophobia (Carol Baroudi and John Levine); (11) "Technophobia: Counterpoint" (Thomas E. Duston). (Individual papers contain references.) (DB)
NEA Professional Library, P.O. Box 509, West Haven, CT 06516-9904 (Stock No.: 2682-9-00-C4).
Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - Proceedings
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: National Education Association, Washington, DC.