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Campus Technology Innovators Awards 2013: Call for Entries Ends Feb. 15

For Immediate Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 7, 2013
Contact: Karen Barak
Phone: 818-814-5301
E-mail kbarak@1105media.com

Campus Technology Innovators Awards 2013: Call for Entries Ends Feb. 15

Chatsworth, CA – For the 9th year in a row Campus Technology magazine will be recognizing exemplary colleges and universities, their visionary technology project leadership, and their innovative technology vendor partners that have taken technology to extraordinary new heights to meet campus challenges during their prestigious 2013 Innovator Awards program. 

Nominations are now open to both U.S. and international institutions, technology project leaders, and vendor partners through Feb. 15 and winners will be announced June 1. All entries will be reviewed by a judging committee of higher education IT leaders, with final winners selected by industry experts from the Campus Technology editorial team and advisory board.

Winners will be recognized with a special feature in the July, all-digital issue of Campus Technology magazine and on the Campus Technology website along with an awards ceremony and recognition at the Campus Technology 2013 conference at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston, MA, July 29-Aug. 1. Project leaders will receive one free registration to Campus Technology 2013 and discounted registration for project team members and will have an exclusive opportunity to share details about the winning project in a poster session at Campus Technology 2013. Distinct recognition will also be given to vendor partners and other project contributors.

In 2012 Campus Technology magazine recognized 10 outstanding institutions for their efforts in deploying innovative technology solutions to meet campus challenges in the U.S. and around the globe. And this year Campus Technology is seeking innovators in the following categories: Teaching and Learning; Student Systems and Services; Administrative Systems; Leadership, Governance, and Policy; IT Infrastructure and Systems; and Education Futurists.

The entry deadline for the 2013 Campus Technology Innovators awards is Feb.15; visit the Campus Technology Innovators web page www.campustechnology.com/innovators to learn more or to enter. Be sure to follow us on LinkedIn (http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=2953415), Twitter (http://twitter.com/Campus_Tech ), and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/CampusTechnology ).

About Campus Technology
Campus Technology is one of higher education's top information sources—delivering valuable information via a monthly magazine, website, newsletters, webinars, online tools and in-person events. It's the go-to resource for campus professional—providing in-depth coverage on the technologies and implementations influencing colleges and universities across the nation. You'll discover valuable how-to content, best practices, industry trends, expert advice and insightful articles to help administrators, campus executives, technologists and educators plan, develop and successfully launch effective IT initiatives. Our annual conferences showcase expert speakers, thought leaders and technology solution experts exchanging ideas on the latest technological innovations in use on campuses worldwide—offering campus technology professionals' opportunities to collaborate, network and gain valuable information that helps them succeed.

About 1105 Media, Inc.
1105 Media, Inc. is a leading provider of integrated information and media in targeted business-to-business markets, including specialized sectors of the information technology community; industrial health, safety and compliance; security; environmental protection; and home healthcare. 1105's offerings span print and online magazines, journals and newsletters; seminars, conferences and trade shows; training courseware; and web-based services. 1105 Media is based in Chatsworth, CA, with offices throughout the United States.

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About the Author

Karen Barak is the marketing director for the Education Group at 1105 Media.

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