Bachnik, Jane M.(2003). Roadblocks on the Information Highway: The IT Revolution in Japanese Education, Lexington Books. 354pp. ISBN 07391-0628-7

Bachnik, Jane M. Introduction: Social challenges to the IT revolution in Japanese education, 1-22.
Yoshida, Aya & Bachnik, Jane M. A nationwide assessment of IT implementation in higher education, 25-60.
Ando, HIdetoshi. The unbearable lightness of being an IT service provider: A case study, 61-68.
Slater, David H. No faculty service stations on the information highway: A case study, 69-76.
Bachnik, Jane M. Do it yourself: Short circuits in technical support services, 77-125.
Ritschev, Dimitry & Cole, Robert E. Social and structural barriers to the IT revolution, 127-153.
Morris-Suzuki, Tessa & Rimmer, Peter J. Cyberstructure, society, and education in Japan, 157-170.
Narita, Masahiro. Barriers to educational use of the Internet in a Japanese university, 171-179.
Shire, Karen A. Lessons from a program to develop faculty IT skills, 181-196.
Kumar, Kumar R. et al. Developing a university website: A webmaster's perspective, 197-213.
McVeigh, Brian J. Implementing IT in the "perfect bureaucracy," 215-227.
Anderson, Ronald E. Teaching, learning, and computing in Japan and the United States, 231-247.
Scott, Douglass J. The significance of Off-line learning for on-line projects, 249-264.
Mina, Noyuri. On-line technology is not enough: Transforming the teacher-student learning process. 265-279.
Sugimoto, Taku. Three critical gaps in computer literacy, 281-290.
Brumby, Edwin H. Technology and the tyranny of tradition in Japanese higher education, 291-307.
Bachnik, Jane M. Conclusion: Technology anbd the status quo: The paradox of reform, 309-334.