Managing Information Strategies in Higher Education
These nine papers address issues in information management and information technology in higher education from a European perspective. Papers focus on information management in the context of institutional management and administration. The chapters are: (1) "General Introduction" (Edgar Frackman); (2) "From Computing Strategy to Information Strategy" (Edgar Frackmann); (3) "Financing, Budgeting, and Charging Problems Related to Information Technology in Higher Education" (Edgar Frackmann); (4) "Student-Owned Computing" (Gordon Bull); (5) "Executive Information Systems for Institutional Management in Higher Education" (Edgar Frackmann); (6) "The Changing Role of Institutional Computing Centers" (Edgar Frackmann); (7) "Implementing an Information Strategy. The Case of the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration" (Barbara Sporn and George Miksch); (8) "The Management of a Campus Network. The Case of the University of Hong Kong" (John Dockerill); and (9) "Information Strategies: A UK Perspective" (Peter Ford). (Individual chapters contain references.) (JLS)
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