Eyeing up the future

February 7, 2003

ICT in higher education, Issue No. 1
Published in The Times Higher  on February 7 2003   Leader  
'British higher education cannot take the chance that technology is simply another passing fad'

Eyeing up the future
 
Do you have the vision to lead your institution into the knowledge economy?

Perfect platform for progress  
The e-university provides a powerful framework on which UK universities can offer online courses

E-outfits go the distance  
E-learning providers are working hard to recover ground lost in the dotcom downturn

Learning with a twist  
Strathclyde University is trying to get students to make better use of technology for work - and play

Virtually isolated  
Many students are inadequately trained to use the net as a learning aid

The informatics man  
The brains behind Edinburgh University's informatics department discusses the science of the 21st century

Picture this...  
A treasure trove of photographic data could become a vital tool for taxonomists

Advent of the digital test tube  
The Unilever Centre for Molecular Informatics is moving research from chemistry bench to the IT lab

The people's librarian  
Brewster Kahle has a mission - to encourage libraries to widen access to academic work by harnessing the power of the net

Portal power
Why universities are so keen to invest in virtual gateways

Global university yet to get off the ground  
An ambitious venture between universities from four continents has had teething problems

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