Campus Technology Goes Totally Digital August 14!
Attention, print and digital subscribers to Campus Technology magazine: Look for an e-mail message on Aug. 14 with a link that will lead you to an all-new online, multimedia Campus Technology! This new interactive version of the magazine will replace the current print and digital editions. We will continue to carry all the quality features, columns, and news stories you've come to expect from Campus Technology while offering you more dynamic and immersive content. To learn more about why Campus Technology is taking this important next step in its history, watch Campus Technology Editorial Director Therese Mageau explain how and why the decision was made, and what you can expect, in this video. Current subscribers--watch your mailbox! And If you are not currently a print or digital subscriber to Campus Technology magazine, you can sign up for your free subscription here.
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Students at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) now have access to improved course video captioning, a service that is particularly important for the students of the National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID), one of RIT's colleges.More
An organization that partners with historically black colleges and universities is shifting its attention to K-12 in an initiative that will push its member institutions to help in the creation of new secondary "feeder" schools that will in turn offer both online and in-person courses.More
Students at North Carolina State University, both current and prospective, can now be matched to possible majors based on their Holland personality.More
Auraria Higher Education Center will be issuing new "contactless" smart cards to students and staff.More
The University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) has implemented two new systems management appliances to improve its technology infrastructure, streamline its systems management tasks, and automate processes as it strives to securely manage an increasing number of devices and operating systems.More
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