Finding cases appropriate for teaching information technology courses is a persistent problem for instructors. This article is written as a teaching case and is intended for use by instructors in educating students about information technology. The case information is factual and deals with genuine information technology situations at a real-world educational institution. The case offers the opportunity to generate student discussion in the areas of corporate and IT governance, IT infrastructure, IT architecture, open source software, outsourcing and other topics.
Morris, Jr., R. Franklin; Timmerman, John E.; Lovvorn, Al S.; and Barth, Michael M., "Augustine State: The Information Technology Component of Going Online" (2011). SAIS 2011 Proceedings. 8.