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With a new administration taking over in Washington D.C., educators and technologists alike are redoubling their emphasis on 21st Century Campus. In the world of higher education, this means a renewed commitment to familiarizing students with the hardware, software and services that can prepare them to meet challenges of the new millennium. Most 21st Century Campus initiatives also are designed to help students develop the ability to communicate, collaborate, think critically, utilize media to gather information and incorporate awareness of the world around them.  To prepare for the campus of tomorrow, we all must act today.

ERP for the Campus Enterprise

MANAGING EXCELLENCE: Campus Management Offers Another Choice for ERP

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) implementations don’t have to take years and cost millions. Just ask Campus Management Corporation. The Boca Raton, Florida-based firm offers robust but rapidly deployable ERP solutions for colleges and universities focused on student services.

Enterprise Technology Management >> Do You Know a Crossover Pro

A new breed of administrator is now vital to today’s enterprise systems management: the crossover specialist who understands both IT and functional sides.

Planning Priorities

Library Portals and What's Next

Is the library portal about to yield to the Next Big Thing?

On Open Standards

Is interoperability and vendor independence a mirage?

On 3D Vision

Both campus presidents and technology magazines need to see beyond purchase-and-deploy.

The Frontiers of Integration

Resources for the 21st-Century Campus

These resources are provided to give you fresh perspectives on the meaning of 21st-century learning, the role of technology in facilitating the teaching of 21st-century skills, and the relevance of these skills as students are prepared to enter the general workforce.

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