Campus Technology January/February 2016

Campus Technology Magazine — January/February 2016

9 Ed Tech Trends to Watch in 2016

Four technology and innovation experts discuss the hottest trends in ed tech this year.

Speeding Up IT Support
The secret to improved IT services at Valdosta State University: students.
Move Your Labs Online
As more classes go online, schools need a workable approach for giving students access to high-demand software.
Turning Course Materials Into a Digital Magazine
Instructors are experimenting with the Flipboard news reader to present learning content.
Laying the Groundwork for Big Data
Three higher ed chief data officers discuss the state of analytics at their institutions.
Mobile Journaling App Helps Students Document Field Learning
Tying together timelines, note-taking, geolocation and multimedia, The Traveler provides a cutting-edge mobile journaling experience for students working in the field, starting with the ability to record and visualize their pathways.
Changing the Way Users Discover and Access Campus Services
Indiana University developed a search-based, mobile-friendly approach to campus services discovery that is now available to other institutions via rSmart's OneCampus.
A Gamified, Self-Service Approach to Course Registration
NYU Tandon School of Engineering created an online pre-registration tutorial that uses gasification to motivate students to participate, keep them engaged and help them understand course requirements and curricula.
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January/February 2016 | vol. 29 no. 3


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