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10/24/2012

Spotlight

  • Making Big Data Actionable in Class

    While most higher ed institutions are familiar with the relentless stream of information known as big data, the means of actually using that information to improve teaching and learning is still somewhat of a mystery. “College classrooms all over the world are continuously collecting data, much of which disappears into a black hole,” complained Eric Mazur a professor of physics and applied sciences and the area dean of applied sciences at Harvard University in Cambridge, MA.

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An iPad for Your Thoughts

Is there an IT issue in higher education that isn’t receiving the attention it deserves? Tell us about it and you could win a free iPad 2, courtesy of Adobe. To be eligible, submit your compelling story idea to editors@campustechnology.com by Dec. 15, using the subject line “iPad Please.” Campus Technology will award the iPad 2 to the entrant with the best concept and then cover the topic in a future issue. So, what’s on your mind?

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Professional Resources

  • How to Finance New Classroom Technology within a Small Budget
    Sponsored by Panasonic Solutions Company
    Funding is scarce in education. In fact, a statistic from The Center of Digital Education says that 41 states have implemented cuts to higher education, which means educators are left to fend for themselves, including using sub-par technology solutions, if any at all. So how can you finance new technology in the classroom while staying within your budget? Join us for a free webinar to hear how a Panasonic customer used projectors to deliver a quality educational experience while addressing bottom-line needs.

  • Enhancing Relationships Between Faculty and Students for Learning Success
    Sponsored by Blackboard
    In an online learning environment, what you say is not as important as how you say it. When your "online voice" positively affects the relationship between faculty and learners, student retention in online education is greatly enhanced. Join us for a free webinar that will help you identify your online persona and ways to improve it. You'll learn how to apply an active listening model that strengthens relationships between all members of the online learning community and improves the learning experience, overall.