Association for the Management of Information Technology in Higher Education (CAUSE)
1971 Boulder CO USA
1971, Boulder CO (USA). Statutes most recently revised Dec 1993. Merged with U-XN0301 - Educom, to form G-XF4669 - Transforming Education Through Information Technologies (EDUCAUSE), Jul 1998.
Support implementation of the transformational changes occurring in higher education through the effective management and use of information resources - technology, services and information.
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Members' Meeting (annual). Board of Directors (meets annually), comprising up to 15 members, including Chair, Vice-Chair and Secretary/Treasurer. Advisory Council Member committees (standing and ad hoc).
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