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Oblinger, Diana

Overview
Works: 54 works in 128 publications in 1 language and 3,508 library holdings
Genres: Case studies  Abstracts 
Roles: Author, Editor, Other
Classifications: LB2395.7, 378.01
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works by Diana Oblinger
What business wants from higher education by Diana Oblinger( Book )

6 editions published in 1998 in English and held by 685 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

As businesses try to keep pace with the changes brought about by globalization and technology, the need for skilled and flexible graduates has risen substantially. In What Business Wants from Higher Education, corporate and education leaders Diana Oblinger and Anne-Lee Verville provide insight intended to stimulate discussion between the business and academic communities to determine what higher education can do to better prepare students for their future careers in a constantly changing workplace
The "E" is for everything : e-commerce, e-business, and e-learning in higher education by Richard N Katz( Book )

12 editions published in 2000 in English and held by 557 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

E-commerce, e-business and e-education are now a necessary part of higher education. This book outlines the major opportunities, challenges and risks facing institutions of higher education as they tackle this complex, competitive, and expensive shift in educational delivery
The learning revolution : the challenge of information technology in the academy by Diana Oblinger( Book )

8 editions published in 1997 in English and held by 382 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This book addresses the fundamental changes occurring in higher education, centering on productivity, quality, access, and competitiveness. The 15 chapters illustrate how public and private institutions are providing leadership for the higher education revolution. Chapters include: (1) "The Learning Revolution: (Diana G. Oblinger and Sean C. Rush); (2) "The Transformation of Higher Education" (Michael Hooker); (3) "Another Paradigm Shift" (Charlie Tuller); (4) "Higher Education in the Information Age" (Gregory C. Farrington); (5) "Moving Toward a Mobile Teaching and Learning Environment: Using Notebook Computers" (Donald Sargeant); (6) "Project Vision: Toward More Active and Collaborative Learning" (Robert E. Dunham); (7) "Reengineering the Undergraduate Curriculum" (Jack M. Wilson); (8) "Collaborative Legal Education" (Steve H. Nickles and Craig Runde); (9) "Transforming the Community College" (Terry O'Banion); (10) "Tradition and Change in Quest of Excellence" (Thomas K. Hearn, Jr.); (11) "The Library of the Future" (Suzanne E. Thorin and Virginia D. Sorkin); (12) "a Learning Enterprise for the CyberCentury: The Western Governors University" (Michael O. Leavitt); (13) "Life on the Wired Campus: How Information Technology Will Shape Institutional Futures" (William F. Massy); (14) "Asynchronous Learning Networks: New Possibilities" (A. Frank Mayadas); and (15) "Challenges of the Learning Revolution" (Diana G. Oblinger and Sean C. Rush). (Individual chapters contain references.) (Jls)
Renewing administration : preparing colleges and universities for the 21st century( Book )

3 editions published in 1999 in English and held by 281 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Deals with the administrative dimension of higher education. Organised in three parts: administration, emerging administrative services and sustaining change
The future compatible campus : planning, designing, and implementing information technology in the academy by Diana Oblinger( Book )

7 editions published in 1998 in English and held by 260 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This collection of 16 monographs centers around the theme the "future compatible campus," which is based on the premise that higher education will become a "connected campus" in a technology-enabled environment consisting of three components: connected learning, connected service to the community; and connected management. In Part 1, titled "The Rationale for the Future Compatible Campus," Kristine A. Hafner and Diana G. Oblinger write on "Transforming the Academy." Part 2, "Planning for the Future," includes the following selections: "a Strategy for i/t Investments" (William H. Graves); "Strategic Information Technology Planning in Higher Education (Charles R. Moran); "Staging for the Launch: An Implementation Planning Framework" (Thomas C. Wunderle); and "Student Services for the 21st Century: Creating the Student-Centered Environment" (Martha A. Beede and Darlene J. Burnett). Part 3, "Moving Toward the Future in Teaching and Learning" includes the following: "Student Mobile Computing" (Diana G. Oblinger, Mark Resmer, and James R. Mingle); "Wake Forest University's Strategic Plan for Technology;" (David G. Brown); "Collaborative Learning" (Edwin J. Pinheiro); "Instructional Technology and the Mainstream: The Risks of Success" (William H. Geoghegan); and "Making Ends Meet: a Faculty Perspective on Computing and Scholarship" (James S. Noblitt). Selections in Part 4, "Developing the Infrastructure," include: "The Importance of the Campus Network Infrastructure" (Richard Nichols); "Planning for Success: Are You Ready for Client/Server?" (David L. Bellamy and Danuta C. McCall); "Designing Classrooms for the 21st Century" (Kathryn L. Conway); "Prepare Today for the Digital Library of Tomorrow" (Richard P. Hulser); and "Managing Innovation: Project Implementation in Higher Education" (D. Lawrence Bivins). In Part 5, "Measuring Success" is examined by James W. Cortada in "Knowing How It Is All Working: The Role of Performance Measurements." (Most articles contain references.) (Ch)
Learning spaces( Book )

6 editions published in 2006 in English and held by 212 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Game changers : education and information technologies( Book )

3 editions published in 2012 in English and held by 185 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The knowledge economy - Setting priorities for higher education in our technology-rich world - IT as game changer - Analytics' role in changing the learning environment - IT innovation and the nontraditional learner - Why openness in education? - Nonprofit/For profit academic partnerships in higher education - Fout ideas to increase college completion - Western Governors University - University of Phoenix - SUNY Empire State College - Athabasca University - Providing quality higher education foir adults - University of the people - The Open Learning initiative - How 'Online learning' is becoming 'Learning' - Outsourcing online learning - 21 case studies from American universities and colleges
Educating the net generation( Book )

9 editions published in 2005 in English and held by 182 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The Net Generation has grown up with information technology. The aptitudes, attitudes, expectations, and learning styles of Net Gen students reflect the environment in which they were raised, one that is decidedly different from that which existed when faculty and administrators were growing up. This collection explores the Net Gen and the implications for institutions in areas such as teaching, service, learning space design, faculty development, and curriculum. Contributions by educators and students are included. - Publisher
Distributed learning by Diana Oblinger( Book )

2 editions published in 1996 in English and held by 104 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

CAUSE Professional Paper #14 synthesizes the current state of thought about the role of networking technologies in instruction, outlines the need for and elements of a new instructional model based on a distributed learning environment, and highlights instructional innovations at 15 institutions today. Publication sponsored by IBM
Putting students at the center : a planning guide to distributed learning by Diana Oblinger( Book )

3 editions published between 1996 and 1999 in English and held by 68 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Innovation in student services : planning for models blending high touch/high tech by Darlene Burnett( Book )

4 editions published in 2002 in English and held by 48 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This collection is intended to help planners, administrators, and student service professionals gain a better understanding of the changes emerging in student services as it demonstrates how innovative leaders are responding to these challenges. Part 1, "Creating the Student-Centered Experience," contains: (1) "Innovation in Student Services" Best Practices and Process Innovation Models and Trends" (Darlene J. Burnett); (2) "Delivering the Brand Experience: Keeping the Promise" (Cynthia Wheatley); and (3) "Removing the Barriers to Education: Creating a Service Model for the Working Adult Student" (Ayla Guvenoz). Part 2, "Charting the Course," contains: (4) "Creating a Student-Centered Culture" (Jim Black); (5) "On the Leading Edge: Implementation Begins" (Audrey Lindsay and Leo Fernig); (6) "Integrated Service Delivery: In Person and on the Web" (Beth Pellicciotti, Anne Agosto-Severa, Mary Ann Bishel, and Paul McGuiness); 7) "Generalists in Cooperation with Specialists: a Working Model" (Dennis V. Day and Julie Pitts); and (8) "Layers of Learning: Planning and Promoting Performance Improvement and Action Learning" (Diane Foucar-Szocki, Laurie Harris, Rick Larson, and Randy Mitchell). Part 3, "Maintaining Strategic Focus," contains: (9) "Student Service Standards: Valuing Contact" (Kristine E. Dillon); (10) "Change beyond Change: The Next Iteration of Enrollment Services" (Thomas Green, Nancy Jefferis, and Regina Kleinman); (11) "Living with Change: The Implementation and Beyond" (Jim Kreinbring); (12) "Enrollment Services E-Business Strategy and Development" (Susan Nalewaja, Van Voorhis, and Tina M. R. Fuller); (13) "Five Years Later: Maintaining Strategic Focus" (Linda M. Anderson); and (14) "Continuous Improvement" (Frank E. Claus). Part 4, "Staying on the Technology Innovation Curve," contains: (15) "Designing Web-Based Student ServicesCollaboration Style" (Pat Shea and Burnie Blakeley); (16) "Building the Digital Infrastructure To Transform Services" (Cynthia M. Hadden, John C. Borner, and Robin R. Ethridge); (17) "Web-Stop Shopping" (Donald D. King, Jr., Michael E. McCauley, and Phillip M. Shaffer); (18) "a Web-Based Freshman Advising and Registration System" (Gary L. Kramer, Erlend D. Peterson, Clark Webb, and Patricia Esplin); and (19) "Transforming Online Services into a Web Portal" (Diane Cook, Shan W. Evans, and V. Shelby Stanfield). Part 5, "Transforming Services into a Web Portal with Intelligence and a Conscience" contains: (20) "MyUB: a Personalized Service Portal" (Robert M. Wright, James Gorman, and Rebecca Bernstein); and (21) "Empowering Students through Portfolio Management" (J. Michael Thompson, Margaret Heisel, and Lisa Carras). Part 6, "Moving Forward,: contains: (22) "From Connections to Community" (Diana G. Oblinger); and (23) "Sustaining the Commitment to Change: Success in the Long Run" (Earl H. Potter, iii). Each chapter contains references. (Contains 75 figures.) (Sld)
Exploring the world of computer networks( Visual )

3 editions published in 1993 in English and held by 25 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Second broadcast in a series whose goal is to both discuss and demonstrate the ways that technology can make us and our students more productive in higher education
Multimedia : How does it really work in the classroom? by Universiti Sains Malaysia( Visual )

1 edition published in 1993 in English and held by 22 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

First broadcast in a series whose goal is to both discuss and demonstrate the ways that technology can make us and our students more productive in higher education
Educational technology : what's new and how you can use it( Visual )

4 editions published in 1996 in English and held by 19 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This January 25, 1996 videoconference explores ways to integrate technology into curricula and discuss the equipment needed to do so. Offers examples of simple authoring tools, looks at various methods and equipment for classroom delivery, and delivers a basic lesson in digital technology. Also explains dockable laptop computers, virtual textbooks and field trips, and modem-based education. Features Diana Oblinger, program manager of the Institute for Academic Technology, and Don Jones, vice president of engineering and technologies for Capital Community Broadcasting, Inc
Computers for all students : a strategy for universal access to information resources by Mark Resmer( Book )

1 edition published in 1995 in English and held by 14 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

" ... the development of a coherent information technology investment strategy is a key priority in ensuring that higher education makes wise investments that realize fundamental educational objectives." This report ... "outlines the rationale for such a strategy, the options for financing, the required institutional support structure needed to assure success, and various implementation approaches."--Preface
Maximizing multi-media : a how-to session for faculty( Visual )

1 edition published in 1993 in English and held by 13 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Teleconference presents a how-to use multimedia in the college classroom. It displays Multimedia Toolworks! as the software to acomplish this task
Mapping the future : new routes to learning productivity by University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill( Visual )

2 editions published in 1996 in English and held by 11 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The National Learning Infrastructure Initiative (NLII) program is explained. Videoclips of three NLII partnership projects, which utilize information technology to improve the quality of higher education, are presented and discussed: Virginia Tech's Cyberschool, the Education, Network of Maine, and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute's Studio Courses
Re-engineering learning environments( Visual )

2 editions published in 1994 in English and held by 11 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Ways to apply process reengineering to the design of learning environments -- integrating hardware, software, facility design and learning theory in new and more efficient ways -- are examined. As a case study, the development of the Comprehensive Unified Physics Learning Environment (CUPLE) and the design of new facilities to accomodate it at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute are also examined
Applying multimedia in higher education( Visual )

1 edition published in 1991 in English and held by 10 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A demonstration of how IBM's Academic Information System (ACIS) merges text, graphics and sound to produce powerful tools for teaching and learning
 
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What business wants from higher education
Alternative Names
Oblinger, Diana G.

Oblinger, Diana G. 1954-

Languages
English (78)

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The "E" is for everything : e-commerce, e-business, and e-learning in higher educationThe future compatible campus : planning, designing, and implementing information technology in the academy