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Information technology (IT) organizations in higher education face a completely different world than they did ten years ago. Some of the core principles on which we have organized higher education and the information technology to support it are now either obsolete or undergoing major transformations. The meaning of “IT” has changed. Students are not who they used to be. The economy has probably changed in permanent ways (beyond a normal recession). Fragmentation and disruption are dividing attention and resources. IT’s stakeholder community is more complex and varied. What do these changes mean for information technology at small liberal arts colleges? In this seminar, Dr. Tom Warger, NITLE Fellow and independent consultant, will outline the changes that are affecting information technology at small liberal arts colleges and their implications for IT staff, library, faculty, students and others.