November / December 1995 Edition
This edition of The Real Issue is devoted to exploring the impact of technology on higher education.
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Contents, November/December 1995:
- New Technology and the Old University
- Dr. Paul Vitz has taught psychology at New York University since 1965. He addresses the gneral state of nervousness that permeates today's university community over the growing cost both to students and the social institutions that support education. He provides suggestions for Christian academics.
- The Moral Character of Means and Ends
- Dr. David Gill, professor of applied ethics at North Park College, Chicago, addresses six issues that are points of tension between the kingdom of God and the kingdom of technology for educators.
- Crossroads on the Electronic Highway
- Dr. J. Wesley Baker, professor of communication arts, Cedarville College, examines the four separate, yet overlapping, functions of a professor: the scholarship of discovery, of integration, of application and of teaching. He draws conclusions for Christian professors in a dynamically changing environment.
- Working with Students in a Technological Age
- Dr. Geraldine E. Forsberg, assistant professor of communication at Trinity Western University, discusses ways that Christian professors can help give students hope, vision, and direction.