Higher Education: A New Competitive Landscape

Syllabus, the only monthly magazine that focuses exclusively on the use of high tech in higher education, provides a platform for advancing new IT solutions at the college level. Read by an audience of 156,000 and influencing decisions made across the higher ed enterprise -- from from the classroom to the campus -- Syllabus has been a source of information for educators, administrators and IT professionals since 1988.

Feature Story
Higher Education in the Digital Age: Planning for an Uncertain Future
by Diane Harley
Careful planning will be necessary for all institutions of higher education because there is no "one-size-fits-all" model for the future.

Buyer's Guide
Technology Roundup
Blackboard 5.5: The Platform Adds Planks
Educator's Review
MacClade 4.02: Who Says Data D'esn’t Grow on Trees?

Product Summary
Electronic Whiteboards: Why Write It Down?

Product Guide
Curriculum Software, Grading/Tracking Software, Multimedia Software, Multimedia Authoring Tools, and Projectors and Presentation Technologies

Case Studies
A music professor combines curriculum software and Web delivery for undergrads; and faculty collaborate across disciplines to connect related concepts for students.
Music Appreciation Course Mixes Media to Deliver Content
Making Connections Across the Disciplines


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