2018 Campus Technology Impact Awards

We are pleased to announce the recipients of the 2018 Campus Technology Impact Awards:

Category: Teaching and Learning

The University of Texas at El Paso
Project: Tech-E Outreach Program
Project lead: Michael T. Pitcher, director, academic technologies
Vendors/technologies: 3DPrinterOS, Apple, Ozobot, Raspberry Pi, Ultimaker

North Carolina State University
Project: GlobalVR: Teaching Cultural Competencies Through Virtual Reality
Project lead: Ilin Misaras, assistant director, Global Training Initiative
Vendors/technologies: Adobe, GoPro, Kolor, Moodle, Oculus, Samsung, WondaVR

Hillsborough Community College
Project: Redesigning College Algebra: Delivery, Support, Results
Project lead: Misty Vorder Bruegge, math instructor
Vendors/technologies: Apple, McGraw-Hill Education, Pearson, Promethean

Columbus State Community College
Project: "iComp: A Guide to First-Year Writing" Multi-Touch iBook
Project leads: Deb Bertsch, professor, Don Bruce, associate professor, Rebecca Fleming, associate professor, Nick Lakostik, associate professor, Jason LaMar, supervisor, Instructional Technology Innovations (Digital Education and Instructional Services)
Vendors/technologies: Adobe, Apple

Category: Student Systems & Services

St. John's University
Project: BKFNDr Mobile App
Project lead: St. John's University Libraries Web & Emerging Technologies Team
Vendors/technologies: Apple, Ionic Framework, Radius Networks

Maryville University
Project: Enterprise Application Solution for Yield
Project lead: Kathleen Lueckeman, chief innovation officer
Vendors/technologies: Huron Consulting Group, Salesforce.org

Category: Administration

Georgetown University
Project: Georgetown 360
Project lead: Linda Buckley, assistant vice president, administrative applications
Vendors/technologies: Affinaquest, Appirio, Conga, DocuSign, Emma, ForceAmp, MuleSoft, SalesForce.org, Wealth Engine

Southern Connecticut State University
Project: Educational Intelligence: How One University Uses Data to Improve Student Outcomes
Project lead: Michael Ben-Avie, Interim Associate Vice President for Institutional Effectiveness
Vendors/technologies: Digital Measures, IBM, Snap Surveys, Watermark

Category: IT Infrastructure & Systems

Kennesaw State University
Project: Working with Vendors to Create a Custom Captioning Solution
Project lead: Jordan Cameron, assistant director of academic web accessibility
Vendors/technologies: Ceilo24, Kaltura

Indiana University
Project: Jetstream: A Cloud System Enabling Learning in Higher Education Communities
Project lead: David Y. Hancock, program director, Advanced Cyberinfrastructure
Vendors/technologies: Ceph, Dell, MathWorks, OpenStack, Red Hat

Universidad del Sagrado Corazón  
Project: Hurricane Maria Disaster Recovery
Project lead: Gilberto J. Marxuach Torrós, president
Vendors/technologies: Amazon Web Services, The College Board, Dynamic Campus, Microsoft, Moodle

Category: Education Futurists

Washington College
Project: Augmented Archives
Project leads: Heather Calloway, archivist and special collections librarian, and Raven Bishop, instructional technologist
Vendors/technologies: Apple, Aurasma (now HP Reveal), Blabberize, CamScanner, Microsoft, Pro Cyc, YouTube

Drexel University
Project: Virtually Inspired
Project Leads: Susan C. Aldridge, president, Drexel University Online, and Marci Powell, project director and researcher, Virtually Inspired, CEO/president, Marci Powell & Associates, and chair emerita and past president, United States Distance Learning Association
Vendors/technologies: Adobe, GoDaddy, MailChimp, Seer Interactive, WordPress

University of Oxford Saïd Business School
Project: The Oxford HIVE: Hub for International Virtual Education
Project lead: Mark Bramwell, CIO and director of professional services
Vendors/technologies: LG, Sennheiser, SyncRTC, VDO360, Vogel's Professional Solutions

The 2018 Impact Awards winners will be featured in our October/November issue and in in-depth online profiles over the coming months.

Entries are reviewed by our Impact Awards Judging Committee of higher ed tech leaders, many of whom are former Campus Technology award winners. Final winners are selected by our expert team of editors. The 2019 CT Impact Awards call for entries will begin Oct. 16, 2018.

Questions? E-mail rkelly@1105media.com.


2019 Call for Entries Opens:

Oct. 16, 2018

Questions? E-mail us.

Campus Technology Impact Awards: Past Winners

2017

Teaching and Learning

North Carolina State University

Johns Hopkins University

IT Infrastructure and Systems

Unizin Consortium

Johnson County Community College

Student Systems and Services

Purdue University

Oral Roberts University

Administration

George Washington University

Towson University

Education Futurists

University of Oklahoma

Rochester Institute of Technology

2016 (Innovators Awards)

Teaching and Learning

Virginia Commonwealth University

London School of Economics and Political Science

University of South Florida

University of Michigan

IT Infrastructure and Systems

University at Buffalo, State University of New York

Clemson University

Student Systems and Services

University of San Diego

Administration

University of Central Florida

University of Maryland University College

Education Futurists

Marshall University

University of Oklahoma  

2015 (Innovators Awards)

Teaching and Learning

University of Notre Dame

University of San Diego

Jackson State University

IT Infrastructure and Systems

Austin Community College

Indiana University

Penn State University

Student Systems and Services

Ball State University

NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering

South Mountain Community College

Administrative Systems

Wright State University

Education Futurists

Ball State University

Georgia State University

2014 (Innovators Awards) 

2013 (Innovators Awards)

2012 (Innovators Awards)

2011 (Innovators Awards)

2010 (Innovators Awards)

2009 (Innovators Awards)

2008 (Innovators Awards)

2007 (Innovators Awards)

2006 (Innovators Awards)

2005 (Innovators Awards)