21 January 2010

Tech Note: Getting More Tech

The single best easy-to-digest technology magazine geared to higher ed is Campus Technology. And it's free.

Subscribe online with the option to receive the magazine electronically or in print. The green choice is the electronic, of course. But the hard copy makes very good airplane reading; it's a habit I haven't dropped yet.

Publisher: 1105 Media Inc. Nee Syllabus. And sponsor of the annual Campus Technology conference. Nee Syllabus. The cost of the summer conference is not cheap but the cost of the publication helps to make up for that. If you qualify for the free magazine (every subscriber I know has qualified) you also have option to receive free email newsletters on focused topics.

Disclosure: Nope, no disclosure regarding this plug for 1105 products. I have no financial relationship with the company other than the dollars I have sent to them over the years for conference fees.

© 2010 Mary Bold, PhD, CFLE. Email contact: bold[AT]marybold.com. The content of this blog or related web sites created by Mary Bold (http://www.marybold.com/, http://www.boldproductions.com/, College Intern Blog) is not under any circumstances to be regarded as legal or professional advice. Bold is the co-author of Reflections: Preparing for your Practicum or Internship, geared to college interns in the child, education, and family fields. She is a consultant and speaker on assessment, distance learning, and technology.

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