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ERIC Number: ED453793
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1999
Pages: 233
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EUNIS '99: Information Technology Shaping European Universities. Proceedings of the International European University Information Systems (5th, Espoo, Finland, June 7-9, 1999).
This document presents the proceedings from the 5th International European University Information Systems (EUNIS) Conference on Information Technology that took place in Helsinki, Finland on June 7-9, 1999. Topics of the conference proceedings were divided into five tracks (A through E): Use of Information Technology in Learning and Teaching; Information Technology in University Management; The New Library Role with Evolving Technologies; Security Issues; and Co-Operation within and between Universities. Track A full papers include: "Use of ITC Technology in Teaching at the Level of A B.Sc.: A Practical Experience"; "Implementing Multimedia Methods in Engineering Education"; "Using the Web To Deliver and Enhance Classes: Two Case Studies"; "Network Education"; "Tailored Teaching for Students with Diverse Scientific and Linguistic Backgrounds: Potential of the WWW in Plant Pathology"; "The Academic Development Fund at the University of Derby 1994-1998: Origins, Implementation and Lessons"; "A University Model for Integrating Technology into the Curriculum: The Academic Architecture Initiative"; "Virtual Classroom for Business Planning Formulation"; "Dynamic WWW Style Processing with SeSAMe"; "User Interface Implementation Issues for a Web-based System for Ordered Asynchronous Multimedia Annotations"; and "The Adaptation of the CAL System Ceilidh for Teaching the Oberon Language." Track B full papers are: "Student Self-Service: A Challenge for Customer-Oriented Universities"; "Web-Based Information Services for Studies Planning, Management and Administration";"Traveling the Innovative Path: How To Survive the Implementation of a New Information System"; "Getting Management Support from a University Information System"; "Balanced Scorecard for Universities"; "Reflections on the Fate of IT Strategies"; "The Growth of the Information Strategy Approach"; "Characteristics of IT Strategy in the Medical University of Varna"; and "Systems, Processes and Transformation: The Liverpool John Moores University Approach to C&IT-Enabled Change." Track C papers include: "Converged Librarian/Academic Roles in the 'Wired' University"; "DEDICATE: A Networked Professional Development Project in Information Literacy and User Education"; "Library Cooperation at the NOVA University: The Nordic University in Agriculture Forestry and Veterinary Medicine"; "Electronic Libraries and Collaboration in the UK: The eLib Clump Projects"; "Viikki Virtual Infocenter: An Integrated Information Workstation"; and "The ELISE II Project, A Digital Image Library for Europe." Track D papers are: "Authentication on WWW Using Smartcards"; "Coordinating the Swedish Admission Systems Using the Ping-System"; "Remote Management of Computing Resources in Academic Institutions with Secure Shell"; "Security Concerns in Medium-Sized Academic Institutions. An Implementation at the University of Las Palmas de G.C."; and "Security: Policy and Education of Users at the Level of an Institute." Track E papers include: "Metropolitan Area Networks: The Opportunities for Collaboration Amongst Universities"; "Quality Process as an IT Strategy"; "Introducing Information and Communication Technology for Teaching in French Universities"; and "Collaboration as a Challenge: New Learning Environments Embedded in Old Traditions." Poster abstracts are provided at the end of the document. (AEF)
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Language: English
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Note: For selected individual papers, see IR 020 640-648.