Campus Technology Insider
Trends and Analysis in Higher Education Technology 12/7/2018


  • The Next Frontier of Adaptive Learning

    Arizona State University isn't satisfied with the state of adaptive courses. That's why this innovative university is going all in with adaptive degree programs.

  • Purposeful Faculty Development

    Gardner Campbell tells CT that faculty development programs, even when they focus on operational, procedural, or technical details, can and should reflect higher education's fundamental values and principles, provide time and space for insight, and encourage deep thinking about higher purposes.

  • Fostering Tech Skills Through Community Outreach

    A program at the University of Texas at El Paso is transforming the K-industry pipeline through hands-on STEAM experiences — and giving college students a chance to contribute to local schools.

  • Engaging Students and Faculty with Data for All

    Georgetown University's enterprise-wide constituent relationship management system provides a holistic view of students, faculty and alumni, enables proactive advising and promotes lifelong, meaningful interactions with the institution.

  • How Agile Project Management Can Benefit IT Initiatives

    Agile methodology builds trust with stakeholders and keeps them involved in setting goals and priorities — but it's not necessarily the right approach for every project. Here are some best practices for agile success.

  • Creating an Immersive, Global Experience for Business Education

    The University of Oxford's Saïd Business School is using cutting-edge videoconferencing technology to connect students and academic scholars in a truly global classroom.



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