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Campus Technology Digital Edition - August 2011

Technology All-Stars: Meet Our 2011 CT Innovators
Closed Captioning for Universal Access
10 Keys to a Successful Portal
Managing Student Bandwidth

July 2011 cover image

Campus Technology Digital Edition - July 2011

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


  • 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

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

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

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