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Campus Technology is published monthly in a digital/PDF format, which can be accessed on desktop and mobile platforms. CT is the most trusted publication covering education technology on college and university campuses. Click on an issue below to view or download. If you're looking for older issues see the archive of the print edition from January 1996 through December 2010.

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Campus Technology June 2014

Campus Technology Magazine — June 2014

Features:

  • IT Matters! 5 Ways to Link Information Technology to the Core Goals of the University -- and Communicate IT's Value to Institutional Leadership
  • 6 Ways to Boost Cybersecurity on Campus
  • Powering Student Success With Systemwide Data
  • 4 Emerging Principles of Connected Learning
  • More Than an iPad Handout
  • Enhancing a MOOC With Adaptive Learning
  • 3 Ways to Get Faculty Up to Speed With Technology


Campus Technology May 2014

Campus Technology Magazine — May 2014

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Features:

  • The Great Adaptive Learning Experiment: Higher ed institutions around the globe are exploring the potential of adaptive technology to revolutionize the way students learn.
  • Designing the University of the Future
  • 6 Ways to Be a Better Online Teacher
  • Old Classrooms, New Teaching
  • An E-Portfolio With No Limits
  • How to Learn From IT Failure


Campus Technology April 2014

Campus Technology Magazine — April 2014

Features:

  • How Do Your Learning Spaces Measure Up? Two initiatives are developing ways to review and share designs for active learning spaces.
  • Boundless Rewrites the Textbook
  • 6 High-Impact Technologies in Higher Ed
  • Joining Forces for Online Success
  • A High-Tech Prescription for Training Doctors
  • Collaboration Spurs Innovation at Olin College
  • Good Networks Make Good Neighbors


Campus Technology March 2014

Campus Technology Magazine — March 2014

Features:

  • The New CIO: Five higher ed chief information officers discuss their changing role on campus.
  • Inside the First-Year Data From MITx and HarvardX
  • The Secret of Southern New Hampshire University's Success
  • Know -- and Retain -- Your Student
  • Art Schools Keep IT Departments on Their Toes
  • Projectors Get Interactive


Campus Technology February 2014

Campus Technology Magazine — February 2014

Features:

  • A Better Flip: How 5 higher ed institutions are making the most of the flipped classroom
  • 4 Disruptive Trends Changing the Future of IT
  • Reinventing Accreditation
  • LTI Standard Promises a Kinder, Gentler LMS
  • Amazon's Push in Education


Campus Technology January 2014

Campus Technology Magazine — January 2014

Features:

  • Breaking the MOOC Model: Udacity threw a wrench in the MOOC model by abandoning higher ed. What's next?
  • What's Hot, What's Not 2014
  • How to Earn a Graduate Degree on a Smartphone
  • A Collaborative Approach to IT Support
  • 5 Ways Online Advising Can Improve on Face-to-Face
  • Helping Students Tune in on Any Device