Magazine article Black Issues in Higher Education

Educause Research Center Announces Studies. (Denver)

Magazine article Black Issues in Higher Education

Educause Research Center Announces Studies. (Denver)

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DENVER

The Educause Center for Applied Research (ECAR) has awarded two research contracts for major information technology (IT) studies in 2002. One research contract, focusing on trends in wireless communications in higher education, will be conducted by the IDC organization. IDC, based in Framingham, Mass., produces IT studies, industry analysis and advises IT professionals.

The second contract has assigned the INPUT organization to research the outlook for application service providers and IT outsourcing in higher education. INPUT, which is based in Chantilly, Va., specializes in Web-based IT market research and marketing services.

The wireless study will identify the status and rate of adoption of wireless communication technologies in higher education in the United States, primarily through the use of survey research. It also will determine the extent to which wireless communications are replacing the wire-based infrastructure for availability, speed and accuracy. Expected case studies from the research will provide guidance to higher education in practical applications of wireless technology. …

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