This book presents analyses, from three points of view, of the use of computing technology in higher education. It considers application areas including office automation, distributed academic computing, distributed administrative computing, instructional systems, and information resources.
Table of Contents
1. Distributed Computing on Campus: An Introduction 2. Closing the Gap Between Technology and Application Office Automation in the University 3. Technical Issues 4. Administrative Issues 5. Reaction and Overview Distributed Academic Computing 6. Technical Issues 7. Administrative Issues 8. Reaction and Overview Distributed Administrative Computing 9. Technical Issues 10. Administrative Issues 11. Reaction and Overview Instructional Systems 12. Technical Issues 13. Administrative Issues 14. Reaction and Overview Information Resources 15. Technical Issues 16. Administrative Issues 17. Reaction and Overview 18. The Technology Transfer Process in Colleges and Universities