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Contents IN EVERY ISSUE ON TOPIC COLLEGE INDEX 8 12 AD INDEX BEHIND THE NEWS 12 14 ARTICLES Access control is a vital part of campus security The lock and key is going the way of the VCR. An electronic access control system is more convenient, efficient, and secure. Access control has become an indispensible part of an overall campus security plan. Synchronous video chat and the real definition of MOOCs How can a MOOC really become participatory, and how can MOOC instructors really create engagement? The short answer: video chat. INSIDE LOOK: Submit photos of campus performance spaces @universitybiz STAY CONNECTED A proactive approach to preventing train wrecks, landmines, and derailment Challenged by high expectations and a sense of urgency to hit the ground running, newly appointed leaders are prime candidates for performance derailment even on day one. Compounded by insufficient or less structured on-boarding, leaders with the potential to succeed simply don't. Worse yet, they don't know what hit them. Why higher ed needs vendors Increasingly, colleges and universities, like their corporate counterparts, are being asked to do more with less. Vendors can play a key role in offering expertise, reducing workload, and saving money. Sign up for the UB Daily and other newsletters at STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP MANAGEMENT AND CIRCULATION (As required under the act of August 12, 1970, section 3685, Title 39, United States Code; Filed September, 2013) The title of this publication is University Business (Publication #018-802). It is published 12 times per year. The publication is located at the general business offices of Professional Media Group, 488 Main Avenue, Norwalk, CT 06851. The Editor is JD Solomon, 488 Main Avenue, Norwalk, CT 06851. The Publisher is Daniel E. Kinnaman, 488 Main Avenue, Norwalk, CT 06851. The owner is Professional Media Group LLC, 488 Main Avenue, Norwalk, CT 06851. Its owner is Joseph J. Hanson, 488 Main Avenue, Norwalk, CT 06851. There are no bonds, mortgages, or other security holders. The average number of copies printed per issue was 48,174 during the preceding 12 months (11 issues); for September 2013, 48,277 copies were printed. No copies were sold through dealers, carriers, street vendors, or over counters. The average number of request copies mailed during the preceding 12 months (11 issues) was 36,010; for the September issue, 29,393, copies were requested. The average number of sample, complimentary or free copies distributed by mail for each issue during the past 12 months was 9,403; for September 2013, the figure was 15,905. The average number of free distribution copies per issue, outside the mail (carriers and other means), was 558 during the past 12 months and 600 for the month of September 2013. The average total free for the twelve months was 11,017; 17,800 for the month of September 2013. The average number of copies not distributed during the 12month period was 1,103; September 2013's undistributed copies number 1,041. No returns were received from newsagents. The 12-month average total distribution per issue was 48,174; for the September 2013 issue 48,277. The 12-month average request circulation percentage was 76.6%; 62.3% for the September 2013 issue. I certify that the above statements are correct and complete. -Dana Kubicko, Director of Production & Circulation University Business, volume 16, number 11 (ISSN: 1097-6671), is published 12 times per year. A publication of University Media, Inc. (a wholly owned subsidiary of Professional Media Group LLC), 488 Main Avenue, Norwalk, CT 06851. Phone: (203) 663-0100, Fax (203) 663-0149. Periodicals postage paid at Norwalk, CT and additional mailing offices. Postmaster: send address changes to Fran Cassone, University Business, 488 Main Avenue, Norwalk, CT 06851. Email: University Business is a registered trademark of University Media, Inc., a division of Professional Media Group. 4 | November 2013

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