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Campus Technology Magazine — December 2012: PDF Edition

Features:

  • 4 Keys to a Better Hybrid: How to Lay the Groundwork for a Blended Learning Program that Improves Student Performance
  • My Life as a MOOC Dropout
  • Digital Badges for Today's Students
  • Enhancing Coursework with Social Tools
  • The Right Blend for Learning

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Campus Technology April/May 2017

Campus Technology Magazine — April/May 2017: Digital Edition

Features:

  • Different Learning Spaces, Different Goals
  • Learning Hands-on With Virtual/Augmented Reality
  • The Art of AV Equipment Rack Design
  • Rethinking the Computer Lab of the Future
  • 6 Ways to Feed Innovation in Your Library
  • 5 Big Trends in Higher Ed AV


Campus Technology April/May 2017

Campus Technology Magazine — April/May 2017: PDF Edition

Features:

  • Different Learning Spaces, Different Goals
  • Learning Hands-on With Virtual/Augmented Reality
  • The Art of AV Equipment Rack Design
  • Rethinking the Computer Lab of the Future
  • 6 Ways to Feed Innovation in Your Library
  • 5 Big Trends in Higher Ed AV


Campus Technology Magazine — March 2017: Digital Edition

Features:

  • 6 Challenges Slowing Technology Adoption in Higher Ed
  • Building Accessibility Into IT Procurement
  • Ransomware: To Pay or Not to Pay?
  • 24/7 Help for the Online Student
  • How to Build a Production Studio for Online Courses
  • Looking Beyond the LMS


Campus Technology Magazine — March 2017: PDF Edition

Features:

  • 6 Challenges Slowing Technology Adoption in Higher Ed
  • Building Accessibility Into IT Procurement
  • Ransomware: To Pay or Not to Pay?
  • 24/7 Help for the Online Student
  • How to Build a Production Studio for Online Courses
  • Looking Beyond the LMS


Campus Technology January/February 2017

Campus Technology Magazine — January/February 2017: Digital Edition

Features:

  • 11 Ed Tech Trends to Watch in 2017
  • 8 Lessons Learned From Open Source Development
  • Redefining Literacy in the Digital Age
  • 6 Dimensions for More Effective Online Instructional Videos
  • 2016 IT Salary & Job Satisfaction Survey
  • How a Bike Race Led to Experiential, Personalized Learning
  • A Mobile Personal Assistant Tuned to Student Needs


Campus Technology January/February 2017

Campus Technology Magazine — January/February 2017: PDF Edition

Features:

  • 11 Ed Tech Trends to Watch in 2017
  • 8 Lessons Learned From Open Source Development
  • Redefining Literacy in the Digital Age
  • 6 Dimensions for More Effective Online Instructional Videos
  • 2016 IT Salary & Job Satisfaction Survey
  • How a Bike Race Led to Experiential, Personalized Learning
  • A Mobile Personal Assistant Tuned to Student Needs


Campus Technology November/December 2016

Campus Technology Magazine — November/December 2016: Digital Edition

Features:

  • Outsourcing IT in Higher Ed: A Necessary Evil?
  • In Case of Disaster, Plan, Test and Plan Again
  • Scaling Up With Adaptive Learning
  • Why the Switch to OER Is Easier Than You Think
  • The Future of Collaboration Spaces
  • An Open Repository of Learning Space Design
  • A Location-Aware App for Exploring the Library
  • Do-It-Yourself Accessibility


Campus Technology November/December 2016

Campus Technology Magazine — November/December 2016: PDF Edition

Features:

  • Outsourcing IT in Higher Ed: A Necessary Evil?
  • In Case of Disaster, Plan, Test and Plan Again
  • Scaling Up With Adaptive Learning
  • Why the Switch to OER Is Easier Than You Think
  • The Future of Collaboration Spaces
  • An Open Repository of Learning Space Design
  • A Location-Aware App for Exploring the Library
  • Do-It-Yourself Accessibility