EDUCAUSE Review Magazine, Volume 42, Number 2, March/April 2007


  • Rob Abel
    Leadership in IT requires a focus on current technology innovation, adoption, and impact on learning, but most important, leadership in IT requires understanding the alignment of external factors—access, affordability, perceived quality—to the core mission and integrity of the institution.
  • Joanne Berg, Lori Berquam, and Kathy Christoph
    Although advances in social networking technologies allow for new and perhaps more efficient means of learning and communicating, they also pose some significant challenges in higher education, especially for those campus professionals who provide student and academic services.
  • Mike Enyeart, E. Michael Staman,
    and Jose J. Valdes Jr.
    The future is set for convergence—for the integration of the communications and computing resources and services that seamlessly traverse multiple infrastructures and deliver content to multiple platforms or appliances. Campus IT organizations need to understand the trends in order to structure their services as the future evolves.


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AMX (an EDUCAUSE Bronze Partner),
Campus Management (an EDUCAUSE Platinum Partner),
CDW-G (an EDUCAUSE Platinum Partner),
Computer Comforts,
Cornelius & Associates,
Crestron (an EDUCAUSE Bronze Partner),
Datatel (an EDUCAUSE Platinum Partner),
Dell Computer (an EDUCAUSE Gold Partner),
Desire2Learn (an EDUCAUSE Bronze Partner),
E&I Cooperative Purchasing,
Event Management Systems,
Extron Electronics (an EDUCAUSE Bronze Partner),
Ferrilli Information Group,
Jenzabar (an EDUCAUSE Platinum Partner),
SAS Institute (an EDUCAUSE Bronze Partner),
School Dude,
SP Controls (an EDUCAUSE Bronze Partner),
Thomson ResearchSoft,
Ungerboeck Systems,
VBrick Systems (an EDUCAUSE Bronze Partner),
Xythos Software (an EDUCAUSE Silver Partner),