eCampus News wants to recognize the hard work that has helped your campus become a model for others seeking to more effectively integrate technology into every aspect of the educational and administrative process.
If your campus is selected as a winner, we’ll use the information you submit to compile a story outlining your campus’s technology efforts. You’ll also be featured in our weekly eMail newsletters and in other prominent ways.
Nominations are accepted on a rolling basis and are judged by eCampus News editors according to the Hallmarks of Excellence we’ve listed after the nomination form.
Online Nomination Form: eCampus of the Month
eCampus of the Month Hallmarks
- Campus leaders and college/university educators use technology effectively each day in administration and instruction.
- Campus leaders, technology leaders and staff, and instructors attend professional development meetings, seminars, conferences, etc., focused on technology integration and use.
- Technology resources are equitably distributed and accessible among students and staff.
- Leaders, stakeholders, and students are informed and understand technology’s valuable role in education.
- When technology is integrated into curriculum, campus leaders are invested and present from start to finish and closely monitor the process.
- Campus leaders carefully construct a college or university technology plan for technology development and implementation.
- Campus operations are streamlined through the use of technology.
- Emerging technologies are studied and included in potential technology solutions or pilots when appropriate – i.e., campus leaders show little or no unwillingness to experiment with new technologies.
- College and university leaders think about technology not only in the short-term, but consider its long-term potential and impact for campus learning and operations.
- Students are encouraged to develop ideas for technology use in lecture halls and for assignments, and are encouraged to use personal technology tools for academic purposes whenever possible.
- Technology is combined with data to inform instruction and increase student achievement.
- College and university leaders approach Web 2.0 tools and social networking tools with an open mind.
- Campus leaders work with campus technology leaders and officials and each is in open communication with the other.