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Articles from University Business (December 1, 2004)

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Adobe's Acrobat does new tricks. 86
Alums: back on campus: Baby Boomers are flocking to campus retirement communities and, in turn, pumping money back into the school. Halligan, Tom 1893
Anystream launches automated lecture-capture and web publishing system for higher ed. 97
Apple in the classroom. 92
As a venture capitalist, Mark Stevens is a man accustomed to making things happen. 80
Butler University gets personal with PeopleSoft Enterprise Campus Solutions: 'by moving business processes to the Web, we've removed barriers to serving our students.'. Advertisement 533
Calendar. Calendar 203
Canon's brightest projector. 86
Crestron releases presentation solution with touchpanel interface. 90
Daniel Ritchie, chancellor at the University of Denver, will step down after serving in that post for 15 years. 102
Gateway offers a 'cooler' computer. 111
GTCO CalComp enhances student response and assessment. 83
Health care needs and America's college students: public health dilemma or opportunity? Though regarded as a desirable population by health insurers, your students may be underinsured, and institutional clinics are lagging. Here's how some universities are tackling the problem. Otrompke, John 2455
Higher ed goes mobile, lightweight: from handhelds to tablets to laptops, campus computer users are veering away from traditional desktop PCs. So why are they still showing up in the campus computer labs? Burton, John 2202
Hitachi debuts trio of lightweight, low-noise projectors. 109
Hobsons introduces new e-communication tracking technology. 107
IHEs form open-source consortium: group touts growth, stability of scalable .LRN solution. 335
IT budgets are better: signs of recovery in the annual Campus Computing Survey. 552
Job fairs portend recovering economy: recruiters flocking to campus career events. 377
Leaders and innovators in education technology converged. 98
Macromedia teams with WebCT. 165
McGraw-Hill Higher Education, Cisco form partnership. 139
More minorities apply and enroll to med school: minority enrollment in U.S. med schools surges. 243
New test measures: college students await a new standardized test. 163
On the Two-Class Education System. Banks, McRae C. Letter to the Editor 433
Packeteer announces fast WAN application traffic manager. 85
Playing to learn. Davis, Don Letter to the Editor 89
Presidential Transition in Higher Education: Managing Leadership Change. Lorenzetti, Jennifer Patterson 115
Revamped website. Dibean, Wendy Letter to the Editor 115
Roving planet defends networks. 102
Ruffalo Cody debuts donor management software. 99
Shut the door on your way out. 678
Smart Technologies upgrades computer lab instruction software. 91
Something's wrong with the grading: "shabby analysis" detracts from public debate of higher ed issues. Murray, Mark 831
Sonic Foundry offers a 'studio in a box'. 88
SOX education: though not required to do so, universities that comply with Sarbanes-Oxley Act provisions on internal controls will reap the rewards. Foster, Mary 1173
Standardized testing: help or hindrance? What you need to know about changes to college admissions testing. Greene, Matthew 1676
The cost of open-source. Berman, A. Michael Letter to the Editor 167
The payoffs of parent outreach: listservs, e-mails, and interactive web programs are just a few of the tools IHEs are using to keep parents better connected to the campus and to their children. Klein, Alana 1989
Weaving pop culture into curriculum: reality TV is making its way into classrooms. 140
Web content management: controlling the website when everybody wants a piece of the action. Savarese, John 1516
WebCT's PowerLink provides RSS accessibility. 114

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