The Globalization of .edu

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 the classroom to the campus -- Syllabus has been a source of information for educators, administrators and IT professionals since 1988.

Feature Story
Reaching Across Boundaries: The Bryant College-Belarus Connection
by Gaytha A. Langlois, Judy Barrett Litoff, Joseph A. Ilacqua
A groundbreaking program provides lessons for using Internet technologies to advance global communication and collaborative learning.

Buyer's Guide
Technology Roundup
The Rainbow Effect: Advancements in Color Printing
Educator's Review
WebDemo: Seeing--and Hearing--is Believing

Product Summary
Wireless Technologies: Expanding the Range of Options

Product Guide
Document Imaging and Digital Imaging Hardware
Document Imaging Software
Screen Capture and Web Capture Tools
Productivity Tools
Networking Technologies
Wireless Access: Optical Wireless

Case Studies
A nine-site campus implements a portal to ease information transfer; a university partnership with a local company provides real world experience; and "old" technology bounces back from obsolescence.
No University is an Island
CyberLab Gets Down to Business

From Dumpster to Desktop: Combining Old Technology with High-Tech Tools


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