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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July 2011 cover image

Campus Technology Digital Edition - July 2011

Featuring:
Smart Shoppers — as purchasing season kicks into high gear, CT shares tips and strategies on how to get the most for your money.
Software Licensing in a Virtual World
13 Secrets of the Deal
BI for Procurement
Learning Management Systems:
What's Next?


June 2011 cover image

Campus Technology Digital Edition - June 2011

Featuring:

  • Lecture Capture: Lights! Camera! Action! Lecturing on camera may send some faculty running for the wings, but proponents say it leads to better teaching.
  • 3 Keys to a Successful Campus Safety Program
  • Cutting-Edge Classrooms
  • Infocomm Preview


May 2011 Issue Cover

Campus Technology Digital Edition - May 2011

Featuring:
The New Campus Bookstore: What happens when e-textbooks drive print off the shelves?
Tech Solutions to State Budget Cuts
Short-Throw Projectors Under $1,500


April 2011 Cover

Campus Technology Digital Edition - April 2011

Featuring:
Green IT Shapes the Campus
When to Go Green With Your Data Center
8 Innovative Eco-IT Projects
Energy-Efficient Monitors
Virtual Labs
Master the Online MBA


CT March 2011 Cover Shot

Campus Technology Digital Edition - March 2011

Featuring:
Where's the Revolution? As the e-book market explodes, publishers and educators debate why e-textbooks lag behind.
Shining a Light on Retention
Planning for Disaster
Accountability Goes Campuswide


Cover Image: CT February 2011

Campus Technology Digital Edition - February 2011

Featuring:
Bonding With Your CFO: A strong CIO-CFO relationship is critical to the success of your institution — and your department.
Tackling Unified Communications
Pico Projector Roundup
Tech Gets Physical
E-Procurement Speeds Research