A comprehensive market report research site. Reports include IT spending, Product Life Cycle Management, Automotive, Financial Services, Supply Chain Management and Telecom.
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"...one of the first openly accessible, peer–reviewed journals on the Internet, solely devoted to the Internet...First Monday is indexed in Communication Abstracts, Computer & Communications Security Abstracts, DoIS, eGranary Digital Library, INSPEC, Information Science & Technology Abstracts, LISA, PAIS, and other services."
After four months of spirited discussion, the EDUCAUSE teaching and learning community has voted on the, "Top Teaching and Learning Challenges, 2009." The final list for 2009, ranked by popularity, includes (click on individual Challenges to visit their wiki page):
1. Creating learning environments that promote active learning, critical thinking, collaborative learning, and knowledge creation.
2. Developing 21st-century literacies among students and faculty (information, digital, and visual).
3. Reaching and engaging today's learner.
4. Encouraging faculty adoption and innovation in teaching and learning with IT.
5. Advancing innovation in teaching and learning (with technology) in an era of budget cuts.
"This blog is a pilot. The editorial board of LITA's Information Technology and Libraries would like to create an environment in which readers can discuss each issue of ITAL. We'll ask the authors of the articles to monitor the discussion for a period of time after publication so that you'll have a chance to interact with them, too."
The e-Framework for Education and Research is an international initiative that provides information to institutions on investing in and using informAddation technology infrastructure. It advocates service-oriented approaches to facilitate technical interoperability of core infrastructure as well as effective use of available funding.
The Guide is a collection of bibliographic citations and abstracts of works published by ACM and other publishers. Material indexed includes books, journal articles, conference proceedings, doctoral dissertations, master's theses, and technical reports.
Reports on areas of interest to IT, communications managers, and specialists in the areas of computer and communications technologies. Key subject areas include: Managing Networked Systems, Information Security Strategies, Electronic Business Strategies, Internet Strategies, Strategic Data Management, IT Asset Management, Applications Development, Web Site Management, Converging Communications, Telecom & Global Network Services, Mobile Business Strategies and Wireless Communications.