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Magazine articles on college and university education, administration, programs, and trends.
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T.H.E. Journal
September 2002
Doug Jackson
Case Study: Texas University Breaks Down the Walls of the Classroom With Wireless Connectivity The University of Texas at Dallas (UTD) was presented with the challenge of breaking down the walls of the classroom on its campus. A wireless connectivity project for the faculty quickly became a campuswide initiative to increase UTD's wireless network penetration. mark for My Articles 38 similar articles
September 2002
Marylaine Block
Doing it Right How some universities encourage the creation of prime research web sites mark for My Articles 1339 similar articles
July 15, 2002
Sari Kalin
Security Superheroes Think of this as ROTC for security geeks. The U.S. government has started to award millions of dollars in scholarships to computer science students specializing in information assurance -- ensuring data and systems are secure, private and reliable. mark for My Articles 34 similar articles
August 2002
Carol Tenopir
Educating Tomorrow's Information Professionals Today It is a great time to enter the information professions, but one that poses challenges for LIS schools and employers, as a new generation of information professionals comes on the scene and prepares to tackle jobs in a variety of environments. mark for My Articles 591 similar articles
July 2002
Sara Rimensnyder
Higher Learning Campus drug wars: drug convictions are grounds for denial of federal financial aid. Not if activist students have their way. The law in question -- an amendment to the Higher Education Act of 1998 that took effect in July 2000 -- is under grassroots attack on campuses across America. mark for My Articles 124 similar articles
Sports Illustrated
June 19, 2002
Frank Deford
Solving the Title IX problem Making football a separate entity would benefit both sexes. mark for My Articles 218 similar articles
Bio-IT World
June 12, 2002
Beth Schachter
Informatics Moves to the Head of the Class The race is on to increase the quantity and quality of bio-IT training programs as government and academia bet the need will be great. Will the job market back up that bet? mark for My Articles 279 similar articles
June 11, 2002
Randy Dotinga
Stalker tech Students at the University of California at San Diego are tracking their friends' locations with PDAs. mark for My Articles 56 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
June 2002
Steve Zlotolow & Jeremy W. Kemp
Case Study: San Jose State Develops Online Master's Program in Occupational Therapy In 1998, San Jose State University received a grant from the California State University Commission on Extended Education to develop the first online master's program in Occupational Therapy in the United States. mark for My Articles 250 similar articles
June 3, 2002
Chris Colin
Welcome to the occupation Maple Razsa, an organizer from last year's living wage sit-in at Harvard, talks about his documentary on the event, snooping administrators and Oprah's take on poverty... mark for My Articles 50 similar articles
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