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"The Academic Culture and the IT Culture: Their Effect on Teaching and
Scholarship"
by EDWARD L. AYERS
EDUCAUSE Review, vol. 39, no. 6 (November/December 2004): 4862.

A year ago, my colleague Charles Grisham and I wrote an EDUCAUSE Review
article entitled "Why IT Has Not Paid Off As We Hoped (Yet)." In short,
we argued that information technology has not yet transformed higher
education because the areas of teaching and scholarship, the "heart" of
colleges and universities, have remained relatively untouched by the
new technologies. In this article, Id like to continue the discussion
and also go further, exploring not only why these two areas continue to
be, for the most part, resistant to the changes but also how technology
can successfully address these core missions of higher education.1

http://www.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/ERM0462.pdf
http://www.educause.edu/er/erm04/erm0462.asp

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