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April 1995 - Volume 11:6
ON THE COVER: Is the importance of a university's physical campus fading? Will global electronic access to scholars dilute institutional affiliation? Will it be possible to get a Penn degree without ever laying eyes on this statue of founder Benjamin Franklin in front of College Hall? Provost Stanley Chodorow contemplates these and other possible effects of the electronic revolution.
F E A T U R E S
The virtual University
Harnessing a revolution for the classroom.
By Stanley Chodorow
A student's view.
By Jordana Horn
Information at your fingertips
The Wharton Research Data System.
By Kendall Whitehouse and Paul J. Ratnaraj
Student survey results.
By Daniel A. Updegrove and George P. McKenna
Alumni PennNet Service
ISC offers a way to stay in touch.
By Alfred C. D'Souza
Inforrmation under one roof.
By Tad Davis and Dan Shapiro
Alternatives for off-campus net access.
By Daniel A. Updegrove
Latin American news
Keeping up to date on the Internet.
By Joseph C. Holub
ISC supported products
The current list of supported hardware and software.
By Don Montabana
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