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Title: Using Technology to Promote Student Learning...
Publication Date: 1997
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Current and emerging uses of technology can bring about qualitatively positive changes to the delivery of student services and the design of programs intended to promote student involvement and learning. Student affairs professionals need to grapple with many critical issues that have developed with the increased use of technology, includiing stategic planning process needs, financial and infrastructure issues, policy implications, curricular issues for college student affairs graduate programs, and ethical considerations. This volume explores these issues and provides strategies to envision and prepare for the unpredictable future in relation to the ever-changing information technology environment. This is the 78th issue of New Directions for Student Services.About the Author:
CATHERINE MCHUGH ENGSTROM is an assistant professor of higher education at Syracuse University. Previously, she was a faculty member and assistant dean of students at Virginia Tech.
KEVIN W. KRUGER is an associate executive director of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators. Previoulsy he was assistant vice president for student affairs at the University of Maryland Baltimore County.
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