New Educational Wealth as a Return on Investment in Technology
EDUCAUSE Review Volume 37, Number 4, ISSN 1527-6619
Describes how, by focusing information technology (IT) resources on strategic goals, a growing number of higher education organizations and their leaders are creating new educational wealth and, in the process, increasing their return on investment. (EV)
Graves, W.H. (2002). New Educational Wealth as a Return on Investment in Technology. EDUCAUSE Review, 37(4), 38-48.
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