The Journal of Technology in Student Affairs
Winter 2006 Edition
As the national debate regarding thefacebook intensifies (see Michael J. Bugeja's recent article in the Chronicle of Higher Education (www.chronicle.com
Section: Chronicle Careers, Volume 52, Issue 21, Page C1),
I would like to invite our readers to add to this discussion about what is happening on your campuses.
Stories related to administrative policies and practices, as well as educational sessions for students, are particularly welcome.
I might add that Student Affairs On-Line
was ahead of the curve on this issue as we published our first story a year ago.
Gary D. Malaney
In our first article, Higher Education and Student Affairs Professionals' Survey Preferences: A Research Note
Lamont Flowers and Richard Massie discusses what form of surveys student affairs professionals in 2-year colleges prefer to take: on-line or paper-pencil.
Peter Walsh describes his personal experience in the development of on-line video workshops used for helping students in
From Live to Online: My Journey into Online Video Workshop Development
In Academic Dishonesty and the World Wide Web
, Peggy Houghton and Michael Heberling discuss students plagiarizing from Internet sources.
The Virtual Student: A Profile and Guide to Working with Online Learners
Review by Amy Raphael