Campus Technology Monthly Edition

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CT Magazine Cover -- May 2013

Campus Technology Magazine — May 2013

Features:

  • Engage Your Faculty Now! How to Spark Faculty Interest in IT and Improve Instruction
  • Google Apps vs. Office 365
  • When Does Telepresence Make Sense?
  • How to Design Collaborative Spaces
  • Creating Connections for Student Success
  • 6 Secrets to Managing IT Projects


CT Magazine Cover -- April 2013

Campus Technology Magazine — April 2013

Features:

  • 6 Ways to Create Change: Change-Management Experts Share the Secrets Behind Large-Scale Tech Transformations on Campus
  • IT Does Not Love iPads
  • Licensing Solar Power
  • Can Green Tech Save Cash?
  • Making Mobile Devices a Learning Tool
  • Outsourcing Education


CT Magazine Cover -- March 2013

Campus Technology Magazine — March 2013

Features:

  • Fixing the Copier: Plagiarism Is Rife on Campus, but Technology Has the Power to Police Offenders and Change
  • Bad Habits
  • Marrying Into Moocs
  • Welcoming BYOD on Campus
  • Keeping an Eye on Cheaters
  • Devices to Spur Interaction in Class
  • Top IT Security Worries


CT Magazine Cover - February 2013

Campus Technology Magazine — February 2013

Features:

  • Training Next-Gen Data Superheroes: New Data Science Degree Programs Are Turning Out Tomorrow's Big Data Specialists
  • Turning Out Tomorrow's Big Data Specialists
  • Going Behind IT's Back
  • Tools for Teamwork
  • Budget Survival Strategies
  • Finding Your Way With Digital Signage
  • Top 7 CRM Trends


CT Magazine Cover - January 2013

Campus Technology Magazine — January 2013

Features:

  • What's Hot, What's Not 2013: 5 IT Experts Pick the Winners and Losers Among the Trends Swirling in Higher Education
  • Cost Savings in the Cloud
  • Will HTML5 Kill the Native App?
  • Stanford's Online Strategy
  • Collaborating Via Web Conference
  • 6 Expert Tips for Flipping the Classroom


CT Magazine Cover - December 2012

Campus Technology Magazine — December 2012

Features:

  • 4 Keys to a Better Hybrid: How to Lay the Groundwork for a Blended Learning Program that Improves Student Performance
  • My Life as a MOOC Dropout
  • Digital Badges for Today's Students
  • Enhancing Coursework with Social Tools
  • The Right Blend for Learning