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Technology Across the Curriculum

TAC Bibliography


Agee, A. S. and D. A. Holisky (2000). "Technology Across the Curriculum at George Mason University." Educause Quarterly 23(4): 6-12. (

Agee, A. S. and D. A. Holisky (2003). "Crossing the Great Divide: Implementing Change by Creating Collaborative Relationships between Academics and IT Professions." Higher Education in the Information Age: New Era, New Leadership. B. A. Dewey and C. Regenstein. Chicago, Neal-Schuman: 61-80.

Agee, A. S. and D. A. Holisky (2004). "Technology Across the Curriculum." Education and Technology: An Encyclopedia. A. Kovalchick and K. Dawson. Santa Barbara, CA, ABC-Clio. 2: 539-546.

Agee, A. S., D. A. Holisky, et al. (2003). "Faculty Development: The Hammer in Search of the Nail." The Technology Source (September/October 2003).

Agee, A. S. and J. G. Zenelis (2002). "Technology Across the Curriculum: Information Literacy and IT Fluency." Technology Everywhere: A Campus Agenda for Educating and Managing Workers in the Digital Age. B. L. Hawkins, J. A. Rudy and W. H. Wallace. San Francisco, Jossey-Bass: 93-110. (

Antonacci, D. M. (2002). "Integrating Technology into Instruction in Higher Education." Attachment submitted 2/24/2003 by author as member of Missouri HighEdWeb list member. (

Boettcher, J. (2000). "Computer Literacy Spiral: What do Students Need to Know?" Syllabus (October 2000): 42-45.

Brennan, T. H. and C. Rowe (2004). "Information Literacy and Technology Across the Curriculum." Annual ASCUE Conference. North Myrtle Beach, SC, Association of Small Computer Users in Education. 2005: 9. (

Gregory, D. and W. J. Nixon (2003). "The Instruction Commons: an information literacy initiative at Iowa State University." Library Review 52(9): 422-432(11). (

Harris, Leslie (2004). "WAC and TAC: What's the Connection?" Writing @ Center 7(2): 6. (

Holisky, D. A., J. Sparrow, et al. (1999). "Looking for the Logos in Technology: Technology Across the Curriculum in the College of Arts and Sciences." inventio 1(2). (

Janairo, E. (2001). "Integrating the Arts and Sciences with IT at GMU." ACUTA Journal of Telecommunications in Higher Education (Winter): 12-15. (

Kuh, George D. et al. eds. Student Success in College: Creating Conditions that Matter.  San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2005.

Lisle, M. (2003). "The Perceptions of Graduate Teaching Assistants of Computer Skills in Religion Courses." (

Minnesota, U. o. and D. E. T. Force (2001). Distributed Education Final Report, University of Minnesota: 130. (

This final report represents a strategic plan for implementing distributed education keeping in mind costs, quality and accountability. Guiding initiatives of the plan reflected in the recommendations are: 1) increase access for learners; 2) enhance learning quality; 3) increase learning productivity.

Peeters, H. (2001). "A Framework for Technology Across the Curriculum." 2005: Report on paper presentation at Educause 2001 (national conference) by Anne Agee, Dee Ann Holisky and Star Muir from Dutch attendees on Edutrip 2001 (Dutch delegation to Educause). (

Perry, C. A. (2004). "Information Technology and the Curriculum: A Status Report." Educause Quarterly 27(4): 28-37. (

Watson, G. (2002). "Using Technology to Promote Success in PBL Courses." Technology Source(May/June 2002).

Technology Across the Curriculum Presentations and Workshops

  • 2006:   Technology Across the Curriculum: Programmatic Approaches to Developing Students' IT Fluency (Pre-Conference Workshop, Association of American Colleges and Universities 92nd Annual Meeting, Washington, DC)
  • 2005:   Technology Across the Curriculum Programs: Keys to Success (EDUCAUSE Southeast Regional, Atlanta, GA) powerpoint presentation.
  • 2004:   The Whole is Greater than the Parts (Pre-Conference Seminar, Educause National Conference)
  • 2003:   Library-IT Collaborations to Support Teaching and Learning (Washington-Area Academic Computing Centers Association)
    • Grass Roots Faculty Leadership for Change (AAHE National Conference)
    • Building a Culture of Collaboration (Educause Mid-Atlantic Conference)
  • 2002:   Collaborative Assessment of IT Skills (AAHE Assessment Conference)
    • Spanish in the US: A Database for Discovery Learning (Conference on Teaching and Learning in the Real World)
    • Supporting Technology Across the Curriculum (Mid-Atlantic Technology Support Conference)
    • TAC: An IT-Academic Partnership (National Learning Infrastructure Initiative)
    • A Practical Guide to Creating a Collaborative IT Environment (Pre-Conference Seminar for Educause National Conference)
  • 2001:   Ten to Get Ready: A Framework for Technology Across the Curriculum (Educause National Conference); PowerPoint presentation.
    • Promoting and Assessing Technology Use on a Most-Wired Campus (AAHE National Conference)
  • 2000:   Technology and the Quality of Learning (Washington E-Learning Forum)
    • Graduating Liberal Arts Students with Sophisticated Technology Skills (Pre-Conference Seminar, Educause National Conference)
    • Computing Literacy (Seminars in Academic Computing)
    • Integrating Technology in Teaching and Learning (ACUTA Senior Leadership Forum)

Technology Across the Curriculum Consultations

  • 2006:   *St. Albans School The National Cathedral School for Boys
  • 2005:   *Middle Tennessee State University
    • *St. Albans School The National Cathedral School for Boys
    • *The National Cathedral School for Girls
    • *SUNY Oneonta
  • 2004:   * Johns Hopkins University, MD
    • *Kapiolani Community College/University of Hawaii
    • *American University of Cairo
    • +SUNY Oneonta, Oneonta NY
    • +Claremont-McKenna College, CA
  • 2003:   Lynn University, FL
    • +Washington and Jefferson College, PA
    • *North Carolina State University
    • *Towson University
  • 2002:   North Greenville College, SC
    • +North Carolina State University
    • *Claremont-McKenna College, CA
    • Salisbury University, MD
    • *South East Essex College, England
  • 2001:   +Wheaton College, Wheaton MA
    • Harford Community College, MD
    • Mount Union College, OH
    • University of Southern Mississippi
    • University of North Carolina, Wilmington
    • University of Colorado, Boulder
    • American Psychological Association
    • University of Colorado, Colorado Springs
    • Union University, TN
    • DePauw University, IN
  • 2000:   University of Arkansas at Little Rock

* Visited George Mason University
+ TAC representatives invited to campus

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