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Letter to the Editor
I really enjoy the articles about how to incorporate student affairs in an online environment. I work at a College of Nursing at an Academic Health Science Center.
I really enjoy reading about examples of how other schools are working in good student/faculty contact in an online environment. Keep up the great work.
MUSC College of Nursing
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Inside This Issue
In Impact of Technology on College Recruitment and Retention, Karin Edwards presents a review of current literature on the use of technology in the admissions process, and she discusses how several institutions are using technology to advance their work in this area.
Tony Cawthon, Pamela Havice, and William Havice discuss how technology can be used to strengthen the collaboration between faculty and academic advising staff in Enhancing Collaboration in Student Affairs: Virtual Advising.
Nicole Boulais and Tina Sturgis discuss how to think about technology in regard to the Seven Principles of Good Practice for Student Affairs in Changing the Channel: Using Technology Effectively in Student Affairs.
Cheryl Bernard offers a commentary on the rising use of cell phones by today's college students in The Impact of Cell Phone Use on Building Community.
Peter Trentacoste offers some other ideas on where we can download free music (legally) in Alternatives to "Unrestricted" File-Sharing Services.
In the latest edition of the Digital Showcase, Will Barratt and John Gallagher tackle the issue of making word processing forms.
Finally, Brian Cremmins offers a glimpse into the world of on-line comics in Faster Than a Speeding Bullet! More Powerful Than a Locomotive! The World of Online Comic Strips, Part 1.
Nightwork: A History of Hacks and Pranks at MIT, written by T.F.Peterson, is reviewed by Stuart Brown.
The 3rd Annual Virtual Case Study Competition for Masters level students in student personnel administration, higher education, or counseling programs is now accepting entries. Deadline for registration is February 2, 2004..
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