Information Technology Alignment in Higher Education

@inproceedings{Pirani2004InformationTA,
  title={Information Technology Alignment in Higher Education},
  author={Judith A. Pirani},
  year={2004}
}
the results of a survey of 483 EDUCAUSE voting representatives conducted in October 2003 and derives from the June 2004 ECAR report, Information Technology Alignment in Higher Education. Most survey respondents are senior information technology officials. To order the full study and learn about subscribing to ECAR, visit the ECAR Web site at <http:/ /www.educause.edu/ ecar/> or contac t us at <ecar@educause.edu>. TOOLS FOR NAVIGATING COMPLEX DECISIONS 

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