ICT in Higher Education, Issue No. 4

October 22, 2004

  ICT in Higher Education, Issue No. 4
Published in The Times Higher on October 22 2004

How students are getting an earful of learning
'Universities are recognising the growing technological sophistication of students coming to higher education'

Facing a byte-sized future

E-learning has pioneered a 'pick-and-mix' approach to studying
  Sherpa path leads online  
The campaign for free internet archives

Learning in the ear and now  
Duke University is asking its freshmen to 'talk to the Pod'

Access all areas  
Universities cannot afford to stop investing in IT 

Wired about winning  
The E-Tutor of the Year competition

Ye olde desktop project  
An interactive archive has made 125,000 ancient English books available online

Sleep tight, don't let the bugs bite  
A super-network lets London's institutions rest easy

Universities net a bargain  
A co-op is cutting costs for institutions that shop online

Great dotty idea  
Getting information to the right people at the right time

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