The advent and evolution of Web‐enhanced teaching is changing the relationships among classroom, library, and campus culture at many of our nation’s colleges and universities. Portable computing is increasing in such a way that wired campuses are more and more the norm. In response to portable computing, some faculty are taking time to create and develop Web‐enhanced courses so that students may enjoy the extensive electronic resources now available to them. Faculty development in the use of technology in the classroom, knowledge of scholarly electronic resources, and close collaboration with the library are transforming what happens in higher education. “Laptop” university pioneers are fine examples of the kind of collaboration that is necessary to ensure success in this arena.
Bazillion, R. and Braun, C. (2001), "Classroom, library and campus culture in a networked environment", Campus-Wide Information Systems, Vol. 18 No. 2, pp. 61-67. https://doi.org/10.1108/10650740110386134Download as .RIS
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