Countdown: Campus Technologies’ most popular blog posts: #1

Number One

With 214 total pageviews, “Five useful iPad applications to use in higher education” by Sam Parker secured number one on our list. The blog post highlights five iPad applications we believed were especially useful to faculty in higher education. Read the post.

End of 2012

Teaching & Learning Technologies (TLT) is taking a break until 2013. We will not be posting to the technology and teaching blogs for the remainder of December. Once winter term starts up at the beginning of January, TLT will begin posting to both blogs again.

What to Look Forward to in 2013

For winter term and the spring semester, TLT plans to feature a series of blog posts on students’ perspectives on technology. Among other topics, we plan to discuss what types of technology students prefer to use in the classroom and how students are using mobile devices, social media, online study tools, and other technologies

TLT also plans to include stories on video web conferencing, iPad technologies, Google tools, TLT and Center for the Advancement of Teaching & Learning workshops, Moodle posts and This Week in Tweets articles during winter term and the spring semester.

We hope you have a safe, relaxing and fun-filled break! Happy Holidays from the TLT staff!

The Countdown

As the semester comes to a close, Campus Technologies took a look at its Top 12 most popular blog posts of the semester. This fall, on the Technology blog, we published 53 posts, and those posts had 9,021 total pageviews. Among our most popular posts, Moodle and mobile device technology were the most prominent themes.



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Sam Parker

Sam Parker is a Marketing Student Writer Intern with Elon University's Teaching and Learning Technologies.

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  1. Posted January 26, 2013 at 2:02 pm | Permalink

    Just read the post by Sam Parker. Really useful one for all the students. It there was social sharing buttons students could easily share it with others and it might increase more exposure to the content.