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The Journal of Technology in Student Affairs


Spring 2004 Edition


3rd Annual Virtual Case Study Competition

This year marked our 3rd Annual Virtual Case Study Competition for Masters level students in student personnel administration, counseling or higher education administration graduate programs.

A total of 46 teams submitted final presentations for this year's competition. They were asked to develop a syllabus for a student affairs and technology course, including their rationalization justifying such a course. Click here to read full scenario...

We have dedicated the Spring 2004 edition of our e-journal to the final presentations of all participating teams. Instructions on how to view the team projects are listed below.

Next year's Virtual Case Study Competition will take place in February 2005. Registration information will be posted on our Web site in Fall 2004. For general information about the 2004 Virtual Case Study Competition, you can visit our VCS section at studentaffairs.com/vcs.



Virtual Case Study Award Winners

Syracuse University 1st Place: Syracuse University
Ryan Barker, John Turbeville, Gina Hurny, Amber Graham Schult

Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis 2nd Place: Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
Joshua Morrison, Jayme Little, Pamela Brown, Kyle Hunt

Grand Valley State University 3rd Place: Grand Valley State University
Carrie A. Gilchrist, Mike Slocum, Adrian Aldrich



FINALISTS

Clemson University Clemson University
(moore entry)
Eastern Michigan University Eastern Michigan University
Florida International University Florida International University
Grand Valley State University Grand Valley State University
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
Iowa State University Iowa State University
North Carolina State University NC State University
Ohio University Ohio University
(roberts entry)
Ohio University Ohio University
(russell entry)
Seattle University Seattle University
(lew entry)
Syracuse University Syracuse University
University of Central Arkansas University of Central Arkansas
Western Illinois University Western Illinois University
(havens entry)

Complete List of our 2004 Participants:

Following are links to all participants' submissions. Schools were allowed to provide any combination of PowerPoint files, Word documents or web pages.

If you have an older browser, you may need to download a free version of the PowerPoint Viewer. The Microsoft.com site has both WINDOWS and MAC versions available. All links will open up in a new window.




Book Reviews

Designing Websites written by Ilise Benun is reviewed by Tamaria Jackson.

Prefiguring Cyberculture: An Intellectual History edited by Darren Tofts, Annemarie Jonson, and Alessio Cavallaro is reviewed by Paul Putman.

Dot.Con: The Greatest Story Ever Sold written by John Cassidy is reviewed by Terry Burgess.

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Gary D. Malaney
UMASS Amherst
Editor

Stuart Brown
StudentAffairs.com
Executive Editor

Katherine E. Hudson
SAHE Book Review
Editor

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'09 | '08 | '07 | '06 | '05
'04 | '03 | '02

2014 VCS Champs:
Indiana State University
INDIANA STATE
UNIVERSITY

Whitney Wesley
Jenny Roxas
Alyssa Bennett
Alexander Barko

A full update will be posted in an upcoming edition of our ejournal.