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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
CAUSE/EFFECT, 1986
Bentley College has emphasized the importance of liberal arts and the humanities as integral parts of an education in business. All incoming freshmen in the fall of 1985 were equipped with microcomputers. Information services organization, administrative systems, computer and network services, and microcomputer support are discussed. (MLW)
Descriptors: College Administration, College Environment, College Faculty, College Students
Turner, Judith Axler – CAUSE/EFFECT, 1984
Allocating limited resources to an unlimited demand is an issue faced by data processing management in higher education. Use of the central computer for word processing is creating a demand at many institutions that is stretching and exceeding the available computing resources. (Author/MLW)
Descriptors: College Students, Computers, Data Processing, Higher 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
Rudy, Julia – CAUSE/EFFECT, 1989
A description of Hamilton College's campus computing environment looks at the planning and management of information technology, computing services, the telephone network, faculty and student computing, and computer applications in the library. (MSE)
Descriptors: College Faculty, College Libraries, College Students, Computer Oriented Programs
Moressi, William; McFadden, C. Brown – CAUSE/EFFECT, 1987
The academic computer center at Winthrop College employs students as assistants and support personnel. Issues to be considered when employing students in both essential and non-essential positions are discussed and some of the advantages and disadvantages of the practice are assessed. (Author/MLW)
Descriptors: College Students, Compensation (Remuneration), Higher Education, Information Needs
Haugen, Elliott J.; Nedwek, Brian P. – CAUSE/EFFECT, 1988
The use of prototyping and simulation at St. Louis University to evaluate the implementation decisions and design of a student information system are described with regard to their impact on, and interaction with, institutional policies and procedures. (Author/MLW)
Descriptors: College Administration, College Students, Computer Software, Decision Making
CAUSE/EFFECT, 1988
The University of Scranton's commitment to computing is evident in its annual central computing budget that represents 5 percent of the total institutional budget. Information technology planning and organization, university computing systems, Technology Center, faculty and student computing, administrative systems, and library automation are…
Descriptors: Automation, College Administration, College Faculty, College Libraries
Miselis, Karen – CAUSE/EFFECT, 1988
The College Information Management System (CIMS), a comprehensive, integrated office automation and student data system in the College Office of the School of Arts and Sciences at the University of Pennsylvania, is described. The system has revitalized the advising process by supporting better tracking of student progress. (Author/MLW)
Descriptors: College Students, Costs, Faculty Advisers, Higher Education
Clem, Pamela; Olson, Mark – CAUSE/EFFECT, 1987
The formation of a partnership between the Internal Audit Department's EDP auditor and the Administrative Systems Team at the University of Southern California during the implementation of a student information system is discussed. Success in security, accountability, reliability, and credibility are obtainable through such a partnership.…
Descriptors: Attitudes, Audits (Verification), College Students, Cooperation
Ridenour, David – CAUSE/EFFECT, 1987
A system implemented at Indiana State University that allows students to inspect their Student Information System records via online screens is described. Data security is discussed, and an exhibit of six system screens are provided. (Author/MLW)
Descriptors: Access to Information, College Students, Computer Uses in Education, Computers
CAUSE/EFFECT, 1987
Oregon Institute of Technology, a polytechnic institution offering programs in engineering, health, and business technologies, is committed to the laboratory approach to practical applications training and education. Computing policy and planning, faculty and student computing, and computing services are discussed. (MLW)
Descriptors: College Administration, College Faculty, College Planning, College Students
CAUSE/EFFECT, 1986
California State University at Chico is known for its nationally-ranked computer science department and for its innovative and entrepreneurial environment. Integrating information systems and services, organization and planning, the instructional media center, library, computer center, and faculty and student computing are described. (MLW)
Descriptors: College Administration, College Environment, College Faculty, College Libraries
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