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Campus Technology October 2013

Campus Technology Magazine — October 2013: Digital Edition

Features:

  • The Online State: Florida is leading the nation with its online education initiatives. Is your state next?
  • Who Owns College Courses?
  • How to Teach Entrepreneurship
  • When Students Can't Compute
  • Faculty Review: Windows 8 Tablet PCs

Duration: 38 Pages


 

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Campus Technology January February 2015

Campus Technology Magazine — January/February 2015: Digital Edition

Features:

  • 9 Ed Tech Trends to Watch in 2015
  • Badges: A New Measure of Professional Development
  • 3D Printing Heats Up on Campus
  • 6 Alternative Social Media Tools for Teaching and Learning
  • Staying Ahead of Wireless Demand With 802.11ac
  • 4 Common E-Portfolio Mistakes to Avoid
  • Can Libraries Save the MOOC?


Campus Technology January February 2015

Campus Technology Magazine — January/February 2015: PDF Edition

Features:

  • 9 Ed Tech Trends to Watch in 2015
  • Badges: A New Measure of Professional Development
  • 3D Printing Heats Up on Campus
  • 6 Alternative Social Media Tools for Teaching and Learning
  • Staying Ahead of Wireless Demand With 802.11ac
  • 4 Common E-Portfolio Mistakes to Avoid
  • Can Libraries Save the MOOC?


Campus Technology December 2014

Campus Technology Magazine — December 2014: Digital Edition

Features:

  • Higher Ed: Meet the Chief Digital Officer
  • Why Wearables Are the New Gateways to Human Knowledge
  • How Southern New Hampshire University Develops 650-Plus Online Courses Per Year
  • Hiring in Higher Ed IT
  • Flipping the Lecture Hall
  • How Will Campus Networks Handle the Internet of Things' 26 Billion Devices?
  • Using Video Grading To Help Students Succeed


Campus Technology December 2014

Campus Technology Magazine — December 2014: PDF Edition

Features:

  • Higher Ed: Meet the Chief Digital Officer
  • Why Wearables Are the New Gateways to Human Knowledge
  • How Southern New Hampshire University Develops 650-Plus Online Courses Per Year
  • Hiring in Higher Ed IT
  • Flipping the Lecture Hall
  • How Will Campus Networks Handle the Internet of Things' 26 Billion Devices?
  • Using Video Grading To Help Students Succeed


Campus Technology November 2014

Campus Technology Magazine — November 2014: Digital Edition

Features:

  • What's Next for E-Textbooks? Technology is moving the digital textbook from print look-a-like to next-generation learning platform.
  • Building a Better Academic Planning Tool
  • Could Oculus Rift Redeem Virtual Reality in Higher Ed?
  • When YouTube Isn't Enough To Manage Your Campus Video Content
  • How To Bridge the IT Communication Gap
  • Solving the Math Readiness Problem
  • Leading a University into the Digital Future
  • DNA on Demand in the Cloud


Campus Technology November 2014

Campus Technology Magazine — November 2014: PDF Edition

Features:

  • What's Next for E-Textbooks? Technology is moving the digital textbook from print look-a-like to next-generation learning platform.
  • Building a Better Academic Planning Tool
  • Could Oculus Rift Redeem Virtual Reality in Higher Ed?
  • When YouTube Isn't Enough To Manage Your Campus Video Content
  • How To Bridge the IT Communication Gap
  • Solving the Math Readiness Problem
  • Leading a University into the Digital Future
  • DNA on Demand in the Cloud


Campus Technology October 2014

Campus Technology Magazine — October 2014: Digital Edition

Features:

  • The Quest for Data That Really Impacts Student SuccessHigher ed institutions across the country are looking for ways to turn big data into learning insights.
  • Tech Basics for Active, Collaborative Learning
  • 2 Great Techniques for the Flipped Classroom
  • A Collaborative Tool for Retention
  • 5 Accessible Design Tips for Blended Courses
  • Transforming a Traditional Library into a Technology-Rich Learning Commons
  • Accessibility-as-a-Service in Georgia
  • Cutting-Edge Tech Gives Students an Orientation in Experiential Learning


Campus Technology October 2014

Campus Technology Magazine — October 2014: PDF Edition

Features:

  • The Quest for Data That Really Impacts Student SuccessHigher ed institutions across the country are looking for ways to turn big data into learning insights.
  • Tech Basics for Active, Collaborative Learning
  • 2 Great Techniques for the Flipped Classroom
  • A Collaborative Tool for Retention
  • 5 Accessible Design Tips for Blended Courses
  • Transforming a Traditional Library into a Technology-Rich Learning Commons
  • Accessibility-as-a-Service in Georgia
  • Cutting-Edge Tech Gives Students an Orientation in Experiential Learning