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Challenges and Opportunities of Information Technology in the 90s. Track I [microform] : Planning and Strategy
Bib ID 5563172
Format BookBook, MicroformMicroform, OnlineOnline
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CAUSE, Boulder, CO
 
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Description [Washington, D.C.] : Distributed by ERIC Clearinghouse, 1991 
77 p. 
Summary

Seven papers from the 1990 CAUSE conference's Track 1, Planning and Strategy, are presented. They discuss approaches to information technology strategies which are commensurate with an institution's mission and strategic directions. Papers and their authors are as follows: "Future Directions in Higher Education: A CIO's (Chief Information Officer) Perspective" (M. Lewis Temares); "Strategic Planning in a Non-Strategic Environment" (Joy R. Hughes); "The Biomedical Information Communication Center: Planning an Integrated Academic Information Management System" (Kathryn I. Pyle, Joan S. Ash, J. Robert Beck); "Reengineering: A Concept for Higher Education?" (James I. Penrod, Michael G. Dolence); "Transition Years for Information Technology - Planning in the Strategic Decade" (David J. Ernst); "Build or Buy Decision Variables - Perspectives from Three Institutions" (Len Brush, Alan W. Hartwig, Richard D. Sheeder); and "Bootstrapping a Small Campus into the Electronic Age" (Richard L. Kimball). References accompany most papers. (GLR)

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Availability: CAUSE Exchange Library, 737 Twenty-Ninth Street, Boulder, CO 80303 (individual papers available to CAUSE members at cost of reproduction).

ERIC Note: In: Challenges and Opportunities of Information Technology in the 90s. Proceedings of the CAUSE National Conference (Miami Beach, FL, November 27-30, 1990); see HE 026 825.

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Reproduction Microfiche. [Washington D.C.]: ERIC Clearinghouse microfiches : positive. 
Subjects Administrative Policy.  |  Change Strategies.  |  College Administration.  |  College Planning.  |  College Role.  |  Futures (of Society)  |  Higher Education.  |  Information Management.  |  Information Technology.  |  Long Range Planning.  |  Management Information Systems.  |  Models.  |  CAUSE National Conference  |  Carnegie Mellon University PA Pennsylvania State University South Dakota State University University of Maine Presque Isle
Form/genre Speeches/Meeting Papers.
Other authors/contributors CAUSE, Boulder, CO
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