Revision with unchanged content. The internet has affected nearly every aspect of modern educational life. Ubiquitous access to information from a diverse range of perspectives has created a new educational reality in Chinese universities. While quantitative research regarding internet usage is well represented, qualitative analyses of lived experiences remain scarce. This narrative inquiry explores the changing landscape of Chinese higher education through storied experiences of student and faculty usage of the internet for educational purposes. The internet has not only enhanced and expanded the educational experience in several important ways, but has also significantly influenced teaching and learning strategies, fundamentally altering the way that some students and faculty approach higher education. This book is primarily intended for professional educators, educational technologists, educational administrators, and social scientists with an interest in higher education. It may also be of interest to political scholars, Sinophiles, and readers with an interest in globalization and/or social reform. Though the focus of this book is China, it’s relevance to modern educational policy speaks to a global audience.