The Way Technology Changes How We Do What We Do
New Directions for Student Services Volume 112, ISSN 0164-7970
Changing technologies give students new ways to stay connected, be entertained, and interact with their institution. Student affairs practitioners must find ways to use these emerging technologies to further their educational goals and purposes.
Shier, M.T. (2005). The Way Technology Changes How We Do What We Do. New Directions for Student Services, 112, 77-87.
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