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We are pleased to present the repicients of this year’s Impact Awards — 14 institutions using technology to improve teaching and learning, streamline campus operations, build community and more. By Rhea Kelly, David Raths and Dian Schaffhauser
TECHNOLOGY PROJECTS IN higher education can be truly inspiring — not just because of their breadth or depth, but also because of the impact they have on students, faculty and staff. The Campus Technology Impact Awards, now in their second year, are our way of recognizing that impact — honoring important work that is really making a difference on campus and beyond.
For 2018, we are pleased to present 14 awardees in five categories: Teaching and Learning, IT Infrastructure and Systems; Student Systems and Services; Administration; and Education Futurists. Final winner selection was guided by our Impact Awards Judging Committee members (see “Our Judges,” page 46), who graciously volunteered their time and expertise to review each nomination.
In the following pages, we will profile four of the winning projects — with more to come in the next few issues of Campus Technology. For the complete list of winners, see page 44. Congratulations to all our Impact Award honorees! 4
CAMPUS TECHNOLOGY | October/November 2018
Virtual reality in class at North Carolina State University
(see page 32)
Courtesy of North Carolina State University

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