Campus Technology Innovators Awards Call for Nominations Now Open

Campus Technology today announced that submissions for the 2014 Campus Technology Innovators Awards were being accepted as of midnight on January 6, 2014.

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These top-notch university administrators, faculty and staff demonstrate the vision and leadership needed to take technology investment to new heights on campus, and truly serve as models for others to follow.

Vienna, VA (PRWEB) January 06, 2014

Campus Technology today announced that submissions for the 2014 Campus Technology Innovators Awards were being accepted as of midnight on January 6, 2014.

Now celebrating their 10th year, the Campus Technology Innovators Awards recognize colleges and universities that have deployed innovative technology solutions to higher education challenges. The projects honored have pushed technology innovation to the next level, to the unique benefit of teaching, learning, administration and operations on campus.

“These top-notch university administrators, faculty and staff demonstrate the vision and leadership needed to take technology investment to new heights on campus, and truly serve as models for others to follow,” said Rhea Kelly, Executive Editor of Campus Technology. “Worthy of acknowledgement, too, are the campus and vendor partnerships forged to support these innovative technology initiatives and see them through. I’m excited to see what projects are nominated this year.”

The Innovators will be honored at the Campus Technology event July 28-31 in Boston, where they’ll have the opportunity to present their project. The projects and teams will also be featured in the July 2014 issue of Campus Technology magazine, as well as on the Campus Technology website.

The call for nominations closes February 17, 2014.

For more information, go to http://www.campustechnology.com/innovators.

About Campus Technology
Campus Technology addresses news and trends relevant to higher education IT and administrative decision makers who are experiencing disruptive challenges around BYOD, alternative instructional environments (MOOCS) and data management. All levels of the campus professional use Campus Technology to find the information and tools they need to assist in their purchasing decisions and improve their job performance. Topics covered include advanced networking, technology infrastructure, security, strategic IT planning, presentation technologies and digital content.
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