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CAUSE/EFFECT, 1999
Examines the impact of technology on postsecondary education stemming from data definitions and analytical conventions in (1) configuring new institutions and programs, (2) understanding new faculty roles and work patterns, (3) measuring and analyzing student participation, (4) assessing student progress and learning gains, and (5) analyzing…
Descriptors: College Administration, College Faculty, College Students, Computer Uses in Education
Proctor, Angela Vanessa; Kight, Dawn Ventress – CAUSE/EFFECT, 1998
The Southern University (Louisiana) Agricultural and Mechanical College library addressed the growing demand on its reserve collections with an Electronic Reserve Library, a World Wide Web-based system designed to convert the collection's printed material to readable electronic form. Faculty and students have benefitted from and responded…
Descriptors: Access to Information, College Administration, College Faculty, College Students
James, Thomas G.; Norwood, Bill R. – CAUSE/EFFECT, 1991
This article describes the development at Florida State University of the Seminole ACCESS card, which functions simultaneously as a bank automated teller machine card, a student identification card, and a debit card. Explained are the partnership between the university and the bank charge card center, funding system, technologies involved, and…
Descriptors: Banking, College Students, Computer Networks, Financial Services
Springfield, John J. – CAUSE/EFFECT, 1990
A discussion of Boston College's system allowing students to display and print their campus records at automated teller machines (ATMs) around the institution looks at the system's evolution, current operations, human factors affecting system design and operation, shared responsibility, campus acceptance, future enhancements, and cost…
Descriptors: Access to Information, Case Studies, College Students, Cost Effectiveness
Kesner, Richard M. – CAUSE/EFFECT, 1997
Babson College (Massachusetts) responded to expanded campus computer use and resulting demand for support services by developing service delivery tailored to user groups' needs. Resources devoted to this effort have grown dramatically, and include help desk and dispatch support, program of technology specialists, evening support to residence…
Descriptors: Ancillary School Services, College Administration, College Students, Computer Networks