The Journal of Technology in Student Affairs
- SPRING 2017:
Features 16th Annual Virtual Case Study. Scenario dealt with developing a Disability Services program aimed at providing personal, social, and academic integration into the campus community.
- SPRING 2016:
Features 15th Annual Virtual Case Study. Scenario dealt with making college can be a more welcoming environment for transgender students.
- SUMMER 2015:
Articles include "Electronic Portfolios in Student Affairs", "Social Media, Academics, and Co-Curricular Activities: A Qualitative Examination of the Impact of Social Media on Division I Student-Athlete Engagement", and "Connecting a Global Student Community Using Social Media".
- SUMMER 2014:
Articles include "A Guide for Integrating Technology in Student Affairs Master’s Programs", "In Social Justice and Software", "Overcoming the Digital Dilemma: Developing and Measuring Critical Thinking Gained through Cocurricular Eperiences in a Time of Information Overload", and "Serving Distance Education Students through a Community Website".
- SUMMER 2013:
Articles include "Available Technologies for Changing Student Needs: Using Technology to Reach Graduate Students on our Campuses", "Effects of Student Engagement with Social Media on Student Learning: A Review of Literature", "An Experiment in Using Twitter in Teaching a Student Affairs Practicum Course," and "Virtual High School Graduates: A Study on Transitions to Postsecondary Environments and Implications for Student Affairs".
- SUMMER 2011:
Articles include "Rethinking Facebook: A Tool to Promote Student Engagement", "Technologically Capable Armed Forces: Attributes of Graduates of the National Defense University of Malaysia", "The Use of an Online Social Network to Introduce and Connect Newly Admitted International Students", "Are They Listening? Social Media on Campuses of Higher Education", and "College Cyberbullying: The Virtual Bathroom Wall".
- WINTER 2010:
Articles include "Building Community in a Virtual Environment", "Squeezing the Virtual Turnip", "UNCW’s Case Management Database", "Engaging College Students through Online Social Networks" plus a letter to the editor entitled "Campus Shootings: The Crisis Never Ends."
- SUMMER 2009:
Articles include "Sex Differences in Use of Facebook and MySpace among First-Year College Students", "Technology and Resident Assistant Training: Utilizing (Likely) Already Available Software to Improve R.A. Training and Cut Costs", "A Paperless Revolution: The Innovative Use of Technology for Student Organization Management", "From a Distance: An Advising Team Model", "The Digital Divide and the Participation Gap: Challenges to Innovation", "Tweet, Tweet, Tweet: Student Affairs is on Twitter", and a letter to the editor entitled "New Campus Security Measures: A False Sense of Security?"
- WINTER 2008:
Articles include "In Technology and Job Searching: A Marriage in Need of Counseling", "Video Games: Opportunity for Colleges or Potential Addiction", "Sources for Understanding Undergraduate Student's Use of Technology", "Time of Crisis: A Dean's Perspective", and "African American Students' Satisfaction with Distance Education Courses."
- SUMMER 2008:
Articles include "Exploding a Myth: Student Affairs' Historical Relationship with Technology", "Path to Customer Service: A Web-based Service Log", "Using Technology to Create Student Space, Provide Resources, and Strengthen Governance in Graduate Programs", and "To Boldly Go."
- SUMMER 2007:
Articles include "Use of Technology among Higher Education Faculty Members: Implications for Innovative Practice", "Student Affairs and Technology: To Centralize or Not to Centralize", "Confessions of a Student Affairs Blogger: Learning to Fly", "Basic Guidelines for Redesigning a Campus Website."
- FALL 2007:
Articles include "Facebook and the First-Year Experience: Promoting On-Line Education through New Student Orientation", "Lessons in Podcasting: A One Year Retrospective", "The Influence of Technology on College Student Values", "Free Press and how students can get involved in its "Save the Internet" campaign", "A Dozen Geeky Things" and "How My Rabbit Taught Me to Love Wikipedia."