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View Resource Observations on Institutional Collaboration by the Midwest Center for Information Technology

This study published by the Applied Information Management Institute examines the need for collaboration in a large scale information technology project. Suggestions and tips are given from a successful information technology project funded by the NSF and involving ten different community colleges in a four state region. These tips include "establish and periodically re-establish a common...

View Resource Women in IT Leadership

This study published by the Applied Information Management Institute looks at women in IT leadership. Men and women in senior positions in IT were interviewed to explore "1) early experiences affecting women?s later interest in IT; 2) career paths and the influence of IT education; 3) barriers to success within IT environments; and 4) organizational practices that may facilitate women?s car...

View Resource Applied Information Management (AIM) Institute Research Papers

In order to keep current with the dynamic environment in information technology, education, and economic development, the Applied Information Management (AIM) Institute participates in a variety of research-oriented activities. These research studies focus on survey data that helps identify key characteristics of Nebraska's and surrounding area's information technology environment including...

View Resource Midwest Center for Information Technology (MCIT)

The Midwest Center for Information Technology (MCIT) is a ?consortium of 10 community colleges throughout Iowa, Nebraska, North Dakota, and South Dakota? focused on ?strengthening and expanding the region?s information technology (IT) workforce.? On their site, visitors will find information on MCIT?s initiatives and impact, as well as resources about MCIT?s research and information t...

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