College and Virginia Tech
Cover photo: (top) Completed in 1996, Cedarville College's Dixon Ministry Center houses the 3,400 seat Jeremiah Chapel, the Bolthouse Center for Music, and the Reese Center for Christian Ministries, as well as general classrooms. Cedarville photos by Scott Huck. (bottom) Burruss Hall is home to Virginia Tech's administrative and student services offices, a 2,990-seat auditorium, and an electronic carillon. The structure is names for Julian Ashby Burruss, eighth president of Virginia Tech (1919-1945). Virginia Tech photos by Bob Veltri.
Table of contents photos: (top) CedarNet offers 150 software programs that enhance learning opportunities. (bottom right) Specialized software benefits Virginia Tech's Veterinary Medicine program.
Issues for Higher Education Information Resources Management
and Their Role in Networked Information Applications
and Change: An Interview with John Gage
the University to Serve the Digital Age
Technology as a Transformation Agent
Partnerships: The Key to Technology Infrastructure Challenges
of Colorado Acquisition Card Project: A Successful Partnership of Program,
Process, and Systems
Acceptable Use Policy to Account for Cultural Developments on the Net