The Academic Culture and the IT Culture
Despite the tremendous investment that all institutions of higher education have made in information technology, despite the number of classrooms wired and the number of laptops mandated, the vast majority of classes proceed as they have for generations. Across almost every field, researchers, no matter how sophisticated the technology they use in discovery, translate their discoveries into simple word-processed documents.
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Ayers, Edward L. "The Academic Culture and the IT Culture." Educause Review, 39:6 (2004): 48-62.