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Campus Technology is published monthly in a digital/PDF format, which can be accessed on desktop and mobile platforms. CT is the most trusted publication covering education technology on college and university campuses. Click on an issue below to view or download. If you're looking for older issues see the archive of the print edition from January 1996 through December 2010.

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Campus Technology March 2015

Campus Technology Magazine — March 2015


  • The 6 Major Challenges Standing in the Way of Educational Change
  • Innovative MOOCs Take Learning in New Directions
  • An "Easy Button" for Video Production
  • 4 Lessons for Serving Adult Learners Online
  • Campus Spaces Inspired by Tech-Industry Culture
  • Building University-Wide IT Accessibility
  • How Colleges Can Better Serve Students With Learning Disabilities
  • Course Design That Meets More Learners' Needs

Campus Technology January February 2015

Campus Technology Magazine — January/February 2015


  • 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


  • 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


  • 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


  • 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 September 2014

Campus Technology Magazine — September 2014


  • 7 Lessons From a Systemwide iPad Program Globe Education Network's colleges, universities and training centers have integrated iPads into every academic program. Here's what they learned along the way.
  • Why Your University Needs More Student IT Workers
  • Getting Ahead of the Non-Traditional Tech Curve
  • Keeping Students On Track With a Mobile "Nudge"
  • Rethinking the Campus Web Portal
  • Leading Change in Higher Ed IT
  • Reinventing Decision-Making With Data for All
  • Grassroots IT Leadership
  • Open Source Planning and Advising Tool Supports Student Success