EDUCAUSE Review Magazine, Volume 41, Number 1, January/February 2006


  • Jerry D. Campbell
    Deep into the digital age, academic libraries have relinquished much of their fundamental and sustaining role. For most people, including academicians, the library---in its most basic function as a source of information---has become overwhelmingly a virtual destination.
  • Ron Bleed
    Today's IT leaders can work as alchemists, bringing people, technologies, and learning content together to produce three types of true gold: twenty-first-century hybrid courses, learning spaces, and literacy.
  • Diana G. Oblinger
    "We strive to provide faculty and learners an opportunity to experiment with learning spaces that have been designed with a radical flexibility that encourages them to 'please move the furniture' and that untethers them to the maximum extent possible."
  • Brian L. Hawkins
    If IT professionals can start learning these twelve skills early in their career, they will have a good chance of turning the skills into habits---and of becoming successful and effective IT professionals.


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Adobe Systems (an EDUCAUSE Silver Partner),
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Datatel (an EDUCAUSE Platinum Partner),
Enterasys Networks,
Event Management Systems (an EDUCAUSE Bronze Partner),
Extron Electronics (an EDUCAUSE Bronze Partner),
Jenzabar (an EDUCAUSE Gold Partner),
Meeting Maker,
SAP (an EDUCAUSE Gold Partner),
Sony Electronics (an EDUCAUSE Bronze Partner),
SP Controls,
SunGardSCT (an EDUCAUSE Platinum Partner),
Thomson ResearchSoft,
Timecruiser Computing,
Ungerboeck Systems International,
VBrick Systems (an EDUCAUSE Bronze Partner),
WTC (an EDUCAUSE Bronze Partner),
XStream Software,;
Xythos Software (an EDUCAUSE Bronze Partner),