Campus Technology Magazine

Campus Technology magazine is published monthly in an interactive digtal / PDF format, as well as via an app for interactive reading on iPadCT is the most trusted publication covering education-technology on higher-education campuses and universities. 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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CT July 2012 Cover

Campus Technology Digital Edition – July 2012

Featuring:

2012 Innovators Awards: We Shine a Light on 10 Institutions That Are Models of Technology Innovation on Campus
Big Fast Data
Self-Service Help Desks
Tech and College Cost


CT DE June 2012

Campus Technology Digital Edition – June 2012

Featuring:

Tech Flex: at USC, a campuswide renovation creates tech-enabled learning spaces that emphasize flexibility
6 Keys to Engaging Students Online
Traditional Schools Embrace Online Learning
Blackboard Moves Into Open Source
Dialing for Donors


Campus Technology Magazine May 2012: Cover

Campus Technology Digital Edition – May 2012

Featuring:

Break The Ice 6 ideas to help vendors and IT leaders forge more productive relationships.
Grading Online Evaluations
Reinventing IT: Be a Facilitator
5 Ways to Save Students - and $ IT Security: Safety vs. Freedom


Cover Image: Campus Technology April 2012

Campus Technology Digital Edition - April 2012

Featuring:

The Price is Right? E-texts should be much cheaper than their print versions. So why aren't they?
21st Century LMS
Social Media Marketing
Warranties


Cover Image: Campus Technology March 2012

Campus Technology Digital Edition - March 2012

Featuring:

Build Your Own: With advances in online learning, students can now construct their own university experience. What does that mean for traditional schools?
E-Portfolios: Are We There Yet?
6 Top Legal Issues
Reinventing it Through Innovation


Cover Image: Campus Technology February 2012

Campus Technology Digital Edition - February 2012

Featuring:

The New Normal: In an era of budget cuts, CIOs must reset expectations of what IT can handle — and rebrand IT as an efficiency expert.
Taking Homegrown Products Open Source and Beyond
3D, or Not to Be?
Smartphones: Teaching Tool or Brain Candy?