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Planning for Higher Education Journal

Effective Use of Resources: SCUP 11 in RetrospectLocked

A Resource/Acquisition Model For a State System of Higher Education
From Volume 5 Number 5 | October 1976
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Effective Use of Resources: SCUP–11 in RetrospectLocked

Integrating Academic, Fiscal, and Facilities Planning
From Volume 5 Number 5 | October 1976
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Institutional PlanningLocked

What Role for Directors of Student Admissions and Financial Aid?
From Volume 5 Number 4 | August 1976
On most campuses, the Directors of Admissions and Student Financial Aid have not been included in the traditional planning process. One reason may be that planning has never been viewed as a high priority activity requiring broad input.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Improving Summer EnrollmentsLocked

From Volume 5 Number 4 | August 1976
Whatever the approach, it is imperative that the summer sessions receive the same degree of planning that the rest of the year deserves.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

College Flourishes on Instructional Tech-Savvy Management, The Key (Educational Technology Profile 20)Locked

From Volume 5 Number 4 | August 1976
Once we find an instructor who wants to develop mediated courses, we shower him or her with all the goodies we've got-money, reassigned time, technical support, publicity. It's the carrot rather than the stick approach, and it pays off.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Colorado State U–King of the Videotape Users (Educational Technology Profile 21)Locked

From Volume 5 Number 4 | August 1976
When CSU began the bicycling of videotapes, the only commercial delivery service that could meet the program's requirement of next-day delivery was an armored car company. Jokes about the immense value of the materials naturally proliferated, and the arrangement probably raised the visibility of the entire program.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Regional Planning in CaliforniaLocked

Objectives, Obstacles, and Alternatives
From Volume 5 Number 4 | August 1976
It is evident that a good deal of interinstitutional and regional cooperation is currently going on in California. Some consortia are older than others, and some areas show more progress on specific cooperative ventures; yet there seems to be a willingness to try new forms of regional and intersegmental cooperation.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Default of a Dream…or, Whatever Happened to Florida Atlantic U? (Educational Technology Profile 18)Locked

From Volume 5 Number 3 | June 1976
We were planning for a brave new world.... Where do you start if you're going to create a university of the future?
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Consortium Circuit Riders Help Invisible Colleges Improve Instruction…or, In New Hampshire, the Medium is not the Message (Educational Technology Profile 19)Locked

From Volume 5 Number 3 | June 1976
The enterprise abounds in hard work, commitment, enthusiasm, and humor. But for all their levity, Durzo and his colleagues are dead serious about the desperate nature of their cause and the odds against them.
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What is Good Public Policy for Private Higher Education?Locked

From Volume 5 Number 3 | June 1976
It is no longer a question of whether we should support private higher education but how....
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Planning in Functional AreasLocked

From Volume 5 Number 3 | June 1976
There is a basic paradox in college and university planning: the same contradictions that increase the need for this planning complicate its development.
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