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Assessing an institution’s information
technology resources is increasingly necessary both as a vital
component in institutional self-knowledge and to serve as the
foundation for strategic planning efforts in this area. Advancement
and development organizations can also apply these same principles
when assessing their use of information technology.
|Contributed by ...|
|Linda H. Fleit, President, EDUTECH International|
Linda H. Fleit is the President of
EDUTECH International, a management and technology
consulting firm for colleges and universities, a position she has
held since 1985. She has been in the field of higher education
computing since 1970, having held positions at Tufts University,
Boston College, the Harvard Business School, and the University of
In addition to her extensive consulting, Mrs. Fleit publishes, edits, and does a major portion of the writing for The EDUTECH REPORT, a monthly newsletter read by thousands of higher education faculty and administrators all over the world.
Institutional Resource Assessment - Assessing an institution’s information technology resources is increasingly necessary.