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Diana G. Oblinger and James L. Oblinger (Eds.): Educating the Net Generation

Educating the Net GenerationDiana G. Oblinger and James L. Oblinger (Eds.): Educating the Net Generation
EDUCAUSE; Published: February 2005

The Net Generation has grown up with information technology. The aptitudes, attitudes, expectations, and learning styles of Net Gen students reflect the environment in which they were raised-one that is decidedly different from that which existed when faculty and administrators were growing up.

This collection explores the Net Gen and the implications for institutions in areas such as teaching, service, learning space design, faculty development, and curriculum. Contributions by educators and students are included.

Table of Contents

Entire Book (4,453 KB PDF)

1. Introduction
Diana G. Oblinger and James L. Oblinger, Editors
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2. Is It Age or IT: First Steps Toward Understanding the Net Generation
by Diana Oblinger, EDUCAUSE, and James Oblinger, North Carolina State University
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3. Technology and Learning Expectations of the Net Generation
by Greg Roberts, University of Pittsburgh–Johnstown
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4. Using Technology as a Learning Tool, Not Just the Cool New Thing
by Ben McNeely, North Carolina State University
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5. The Student's Perspective
by Carie Windham, North Carolina State University
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6. Preparing the Academy of Today for the Learner of Tomorrow
by Joel Hartman, Patsy Moskal, and Chuck Dziuban, University of Central Florida
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7. Convenience, Communications, and Control: How Students Use Technology
by Robert Kvavik, ECAR and University of Minnesota
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8. The Real Versus the Possible: Closing the Gaps in Engagement and Learning
by Judith Ramaley, University of Maine, and Lee Zia, National Science Foundation
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9. Curricula Designed to Meet 21st-Century Expectations
by Alma Clayton-Pedersen and Nancy O'Neill, Association of American Colleges and Universities
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10. Support Services for the Net Generation
by James Wager, The Pennsylvania State University
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11. Faculty Development for the Net Generation
by Anne Moore, John Moore, and Shelli Fowler, Virginia Tech
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12. Learning Spaces
by Malcolm Brown, Dartmouth College
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13. Net Generation Students and Libraries
by Joan Lippincott, Coalition for Networked Information
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14. The New Academy
by Carole Barone, EDUCAUSE
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15. Planning for Neomillennial Learning Styles: Implications for Investments in Technology and Faculty
by Chris Dede, Harvard University
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Index (1,214 KB PDF)

Mark Luker and Rodney Petersen (Eds.): Computer and Network Security in Higher Education

Computer and Network Security in Higher EducationMark Luker and Rodney Petersen (Eds.): Computer and Network Security in Higher Education
Jossey-Bass Publishers; Published: November 2003

Computer and Network Security in Higher Education offers campus leaders and IT professionals an essential resource for determining the most technically viable, cost-effective, and culturally appropriate approaches for securing college and university computers and networks. The book includes the information needed to establish and enforce effective policies, create strategies that will help secure information resources, and put in place an organization that can provide leadership, expertise, and real-time incident response.

Table of Contents

Foreword
Daniel Updegrove and Gordon Wishon
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Preface
Mark Luker and Rodney Petersen
(60 KB PDF)

Acknowledgments
(60 KB PDF)

Chapter 1
IT Security and Academic Values
Diana Oblinger
(82 KB PDF)

Chapter 2
Organizing for Improved Security
Jeff Recor
(89 KB PDF)

Chapter 3
Conducting a Risk Analysis
Randy Marchany
(146 KB PDF)

Chapter 4
Liability for Negligent Security: Implications for Policy and Practice
Nancy E. Tribbensee
(86 KB PDF)

Chapter 5
Policy Development for Information Security
Mark Bruhn and Rodney Petersen
(75 KB PDF)

Chapter 6
Security Architecture
Jack Suess
(86 KB PDF)

Chapter 7
Campuswide Security Education and Awareness
Shirley Payne
(80 KB PDF)

Index
(64 KB PDF)

Polley A. McClure (Ed.): Organizing and Managing Information Resources on Your Campus

Organizing and Managing Information Resources on Your CampusPolley A. McClure (Ed.): Organizing and Managing Information Resources on Your Campus
Jossey-Bass Publishers; Published: May 2003

In recent years, colleges and universities have experienced tremendous growth in the applications of electronic information and the technologies that support the effective manipulation, transmission, storage, and use of that information. Because the growth has been so rapid, campus leaders are often challenged to effectively manage this increasingly critical function. Organizing and Managing Information Resources on Your Campus, the seventh book in the leadership series, provides an overview of current thinking about the most important issues involved in managing information technology and services on campus. This book offers information on how to plan, organize, fund, assess, and govern these strategic assets.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
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The Authors
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Chapter 1
Managing the Complexity of Campus Information Resources
Polley Ann McClure
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Chapter 2
Building an Effective Governance and Decision-Making Structure for Information Technology
James I. Penrod
(83 KB PDF)

Chapter 3
Organizing Information Resources for Effective IT Management
James G. Neal, Polley Ann McClure
(85 KB PDF)

Chapter 4
Getting Beyond Budget Dust to Sustainable Models for Funding Information Technology
David L. Smallen, Jack McCredie
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Chapter 5
Sourcing Information Technology Services
Alan McCord
(89 KB PDF)

Chapter 6
Resolving Information Technology Policy Issues on the Networked Campus
Tracy Mitrano
(88 KB PDF)

Chapter 7
Meeting the Cybersecurity Challenge
Ronald A. Johnson, Tracy Mitrano, R. David Vernon
(98 KB PDF)

Chapter 8
Managing University Business Continuity
Marilyn Ayres McMillan, Toby D. Sitko
(80 KB PDF)

Chapter 9
Assessing Information Technology: Changing the Conceptual Framework
Brian L. Hawkins, Carole A. Barone
(96 KB PDF)

Index
(60 KB PDF)

Brian L. Hawkins, Julia A. Rudy, and William H. Wallace, Jr. (Eds.): Technology Everywhere: A Campus Agenda for Educating and Ma

Technology Everywhere: A Campus Agenda for Educating and Managing Workers in the Digital AgeBrian L. Hawkins, Julia A. Rudy, and William H. Wallace, Jr. (Eds.): Technology Everywhere: A Campus Agenda for Educating and Managing Workers in the Digital Age
Jossey-Bass Publishers; Published: April 2002

Technology Everywhere addresses the dual role played by colleges and universities that must recruit, hire, and train knowledge worker professionals and educate IT learners to manage the ever increasing flow of information both on campus and off. Each chapter in this volume addresses a critical phase of IT human resource management, identifies key issues, and offers practical advice based on actual experiences that can help colleges and universities develop a plan of action to respond effectively to the IT workforce challenge.

Table of Contents

Preface
Brian L. Hawkins, Julia A. Rudy, and William H. Wallace, Jr.
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Acknowledgments
(398 KB PDF)

The Authors
(429 KB PDF)

Part One: The Context

Chapter 1
The Supply of IT Workers in the United States
William Aspray, Peter A. Freeman
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Chapter 2
Information Technology Jobs and Skill Standards
Neil Evans
(459 KB PDF)

Chapter 3
IT Fluency: What Is It, and Why Do We Need It?
Herbert S. Lin
(448 KB PDF)

Part Two: Campus Challenges and Solutions

Chapter 4
Campus Human Resource Leadership: A Mandate for Change
Lauren A. Turner, Susan Perry
(486 KB PDF)

Chapter 5
Recruiting, Retaining, and Reskilling Campus IT Professionals
Allison F. Dolan
(452 KB PDF)

Chapter 6
Technology Across the Curriculum: Information Literacy and IT Fluency
Anne Scrivener Agee, John G. Zenelis
(464 KB PDF)

Chapter 7
Economic Development Partnerships to Close the Gap
Annie Hunt Burriss, William H. Wallace, Jr.
(442 KB PDF)

Chapter 8
Leadership Challenges for the Campus and the Profession
Brian L. Hawkins, Deanna B. Marcum
(432 KB PDF)

Index
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