ERIC Number: ED446457
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2000
Reference Count: N/A
The "E" Is for Everything: E-Commerce, E-Business, and E-Learning in Higher Education. EDUCAUSE Leadership Strategies, No. 2. Jossey-Bass Higher and Adult Education Series.
Katz, Richard N., Ed.; Oblinger, Diana G., Ed.
The Educause Leadership Strategies series addresses themes related to information technology's influence on higher education. This second volume in the series explores how the "e-revolution" will affect higher education, particularly how higher education can participate in anticipated changes in ways that strengthen the best of what colleges and universities have accrued over time. Asserting that the emergence of electronic and network-based services will cut new channels through the myriad systems of education, the volume explores which functions of higher education should change and how fast they should change. The volume's contents are: (1) "Navigating the Sea of 'E'" (Diana G. Oblinger, Richard N. Katz); (2) "First to the Ballroom, Late to the Dance Floor" (Kenneth C. Green); (3) "E-Learning: From Institutions to Providers, from Students to Learners" (Robert A. Wallhaus); (4) "Technical Building Blocks to Enable E-Business" (David L. Wasley); (5) "Information Policy to Support Campus E-Business" (Richard N. Katz); and (6) "Preparing Your Campus for E-Business" (Jillinda J. Kidwell, John Mattie, Michael Sousa). Each chapter contains references. (EV)
Descriptors: Computer Uses in Education, Distance Education, Educational Change, Educational Technology, Educational Trends, Higher Education, Internet, Technological Literacy, Technology Transfer, Trend Analysis
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Publication Type: Books
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Authoring Institution: EDUCAUSE, Washington, DC.