The wonders of the information technology (IT) revolution have landed hard and fast on college campuses bringing with them a myriad of challenges for academic leaders. A group of Chief Academic Officers met to discuss the challenges of technology on their campuses. They identified three categories that have implications for organization and planning: 1) Finances and Economic Capacity, 2) Priority Setting and Assessment of Value and 3) The Role of the Faculty.
New England Resource Center for Higher Education, University of Massachusetts Boston, "Brief 1: The Technology Challenge on Campus from the Perspective of Chief Academic Officers" (2000). New England Resource Center for Higher Education Publications. 25.