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Campus Technology Digital Edition — August 2012

All-New Digital Issue


  • Top 6 Wireless Challenges: How Schools Are Improving Their Mobile Infrastructure
  • Connecting the Dots in DAS
  • Rewriting the Journal
  • Creating Tech Programs Industry Wants
  • Masters of All They Survey
  • 7 Questions to Ask Open Source Vendors

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Campus Technology Digital Edition – July 2012


2012 Innovators Awards: We Shine a Light on 10 Institutions That Are Models of Technology Innovation on Campus
Big Fast Data
Self-Service Help Desks
Tech and College Cost

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Campus Technology Digital Edition – June 2012


Tech Flex: at USC, a campuswide renovation creates tech-enabled learning spaces that emphasize flexibility
6 Keys to Engaging Students Online
Traditional Schools Embrace Online Learning
Blackboard Moves Into Open Source
Dialing for Donors

Campus Technology Magazine May 2012: Cover

Campus Technology Digital Edition – May 2012


Break The Ice 6 ideas to help vendors and IT leaders forge more productive relationships.
Grading Online Evaluations
Reinventing IT: Be a Facilitator
5 Ways to Save Students - and $ IT Security: Safety vs. Freedom

Cover Image: Campus Technology April 2012

Campus Technology Digital Edition - April 2012


The Price is Right? E-texts should be much cheaper than their print versions. So why aren't they?
21st Century LMS
Social Media Marketing

Cover Image: Campus Technology March 2012

Campus Technology Digital Edition - March 2012


Build Your Own: With advances in online learning, students can now construct their own university experience. What does that mean for traditional schools?
E-Portfolios: Are We There Yet?
6 Top Legal Issues
Reinventing it Through Innovation