The Fourth Decade of the "IT Revolution"
This year (2011) marks the official beginning of the fourth decade of the “IT revolution" in higher education that began with the slow migration of IBM-PCs and Macintosh computers onto campus in the mid-1980s. Technologies have changed and improved dramatically over time, but what are the issues that consume the time and attention of today’s faculty, IT leaders, and senior campus administrators? Drawing on data from The Campus Computing Project and other sources, Green’s Campus Technology 2011 plenary presentation addresses the continuing challenges that higher ed's great aspirations for IT pose for faculty, administrators, and IT leaders.
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