New higher-ed tech products: November/December 2012

Here are the latest higher-education technology products featured in the Nov./Dec. edition of eCampus News.

A convertible computing device with three different modes (tablet, productivity, and presentation); self-service copy and print kiosks for college campuses; and software for streamlining IT management: These are among the many new higher-education technology products featured in the Nov./Dec. edition of eCampus News.

The digital version of our November/December 2012 issue is now available.

You can browse the full publication here, or click on the headlines below to check out these highlights:

Biz Buzz: Nov./Dec. 2012

The latest news from the ed-tech industry, including a triple-threat convertible tablet, self-service copy and print stations, new iPad mounting solutions, and software for streamlining IT management…

Low-latency conferencing software powers live online concert

Technology that allows musicians in different places to perform together in real time was dramatically demonstrated Oct. 2 in Philadelphia, where a violinist and cellist hundreds of miles apart played a duet as if they were on the same stage…

Campus police outfitted with wearable video cameras

The entire University of Iowa police force is wearing portable video cameras from Seattle-based company VIEVU. Each camera costs $899, and campus officials say it’s been money well spent. “We believe they have paid for themselves in reducing court time for officers because of the great evidence they provide, as well as greatly reducing administrative investigative time and cost when dealing with officer complaints,” an official said…

Advertisers’ Showcase

A collaboration tool that combines the power of social networking and real-time communication; a learning management system that’s easy to use; software that helps schools integrate and manage Macs and Windows devices in a single environment: These are among the many higher-education technology products and services featured by eCN advertisers…

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