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Campus Technology Digital Edition – May 2012



Security >> Open to Attack?

An emphasis on the open sharing of ideas makes higher ed more vulnerable to network attacks than corporations. How can schools mitigate the risks while still preserving their academic freedom? by Sue Marquette Poremba

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Vendor Relations >> Breaking the Ice

Six ideas to help vendors and IT leaders forge more productive relationships by David Raths

Retention & Advising >> 5 Ways to Save Students—and Money

Retention and advising tools help students stay in school and graduate. But they can also be a boon to a school’s bottom line. by Barbara Ravage? by Barbara Ravage

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In This Issue
  • Login / An Issue of Credibility
  • CT Online
  • Campus & Industry
  • Index
  • C-Level View / Taking Back Innovation
  • Reinventing IT / Don’t Dictate, Facilitate.
    IT's role on campus is changing. How CIOs adapt will determine whether their organizations remain valuable, or see their relevance slowly diminish. by Tim Chester
  • Course Evaluation / Grading Online Evaluations.
    Schools see valuable opportunities in moving course evaluations online, but only if they can raise student-participation levels. by Keith Norbury

May 2012 | Volume 25, No. 9 | 34 Pages