StudentAffairs.com is excited to announce its new resource-- the inaugural edition of "Student Affairs Online," an e-magazine devoted to emerging issues in student affairs and technology. Edited by Daniel Salter, Asst. Professor of Education in the Department of Counselor Education, Counseling Psychology, and Rehabilitation Education at The Pennsylvania State University, this quarterly publication can be accessed at the StudentAffairs.com home page (www.StudentAffairs.com). Some of the articles in this issue are: *HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE DIGITAL AGE To gain an appreciation for some of the challenges facing higher education and student affairs, this excerpt from a larger article by Arthur Levine, President of Teachers College, Columbia University, outlines the potential impact of distance education in the coming years. *HARDER THAN IT LOOKED: REFLECTIONS OF WRITING FOR THE INTERNET Online education and training are not solely a faculty concern. Kathleen Manning, an Associate Professor in Higher Education and Student Affairs at the University of Vermont, shares her struggles and views on designing online educational materials. *AUTOMATIC ACCOMMODATIONS: THE POTENTIAL OF ONLINE LEARNING FOR ALL STUDENTS As we attempt to reach students via technology, we must recognize that our clientele continues to have increasingly diverse needs. Skip Stahl, Center for Applied Special Technology in Peabody, MA; and Joyce Branaman, Director of Academic Support for Students with Disabilities at the University of So. Maine, challenge us to make the Internet and technology accessible to students with disabilities. They provide some strategies. *TECHNOLOGY AND STUDENT AFFAIRS: AN UNLIKELY PAIR Our best intentions with technology may be thwarted by our abilities to use it. Will Barratt, Department of Counseling at Indiana State University, offers some insights into why emerging technology may be especially challenging to the student affairs profession due to the types of individuals who choose this occupation. *COMPUTER-BASED HARASSMENT ON COLLEGE CAMPUSES While empowering, new technology offers a new set of educational challenges. Sarah Rogerson, a Graduate Assistant at the Center for Women Students at The Pennsylvania State University, outlines some administrative considerations regarding the growing problem of technology based harassment. *INTERNET RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES - COMPUTER AFFAIRS: A BOOMING PROFESSION Rodney Petersen, Director and Founder of Project NEThics at the University of Maryland, discusses this evolving area of student affairs practice and outlines a few elements of a good "computer affairs" program.