EDUCAUSE Quarterly Magazine, Volume 28, Number 4, 2005

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Volume 28   Number 4  2005
It’s Not the Change, It’s the Difference: Evaluating Technology on Campus
To determine the effectiveness of a new technology implementation on campus, measure the difference it makes to your constituencies
By Frank W. Connolly
Addressing Information Security Risk
A journey, not a destination, security work is never done—the challenges just keep coming
By Mohammad H. Qayoumi and Carol Woody
Leadership in Instructional Technology and Design: An Interview
Interviews with two leaders and three practitioners shed light on the convergence of ideas in instructional technology as the field evolves
By Peter B. DeBlois
The 361° Model for Transforming Teaching and Learning with Technology
Focusing technology initiatives on learning while aligning them with the institutional mission can transform teaching and learning
By Dennis A. Trinkle
No Teacher Left Behind: How to Teach with Technology
A three-phase program taught veteran and novice instructors how to effectively integrate technology into lesson plans
By Jamie Efaw
Understanding the Mindset of Higher Education CIOs
Understanding how CIOs think can benefit proposal and decision-making processes
By Todd D. Kelley and Nawaz M. Sharif
The Four Pillars: A Framework for Improving IT Management
An agreed-upon framework of competencies expected of managers supports the IT organization in its role of change agent on campus
By Anne Scrivener Agee
Business Intelligence: The Smart Way to Track Academic Collections
Business intelligence can expand access to collections, improve their management, and provide easy generation of database reports
By Debra Kelly
If You Build It, They Will Come
Content management expands collaborative learning at the University of Wisconsin
By Cathy Riley
Online Resource Creation Catalyzes Collaboration
Creating online resources to study Arab culture and civilization served as a catalyst for extended collaboration among liberal arts colleges
By Nancy Millichap and Michael Toler
Using Interaction in Online Discussion Boards
Successfully fostering interaction in online courses requires incorporating both instructional and social types of interaction in discussion boards
By Margie A. Martyn
The Importance of Nonverbal Elements in Online Chat
The use of nonverbal elements in text-based virtual interactions provides participants with some of the richness of real-time, face-to-face interactions
By Joan Gajadhar and John Green
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