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How NASPA Members Use the Internet

Stuart J. Brown and Gary D. Malaney

The Internet and its varied applications have redefined the student affairs landscape. The most commonly used resources include e-mail, Internet discussion groups (listservs), and the World Wide Web. While these technological tools have become widespread throughout the profession, no empirical studies have been conducted to gauge their pervasiveness.

Published Online: 2001-4-1

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