We thought we’d begin a new year of Wired Campus with a quick look back at the biggest tech stories of 2010, as voted by you. Items concerning Facebook, iPads, and cheating ranked high in page views. Here are the top 10 headlines from our tech blog:

1. East Stroudsburg U. Suspends Professor for Facebook Posts
2. Seton Hill to Offer iPads to Full-Time Students
3. Colleges ‘Freaking Out’ Over New Facebook Community Pages
4. Hacker Makes the 5th of November One to Remember
5. Students Lack Basic Research Skills, Study Finds
6. What if We Ran Universities Like Wikipedia?
7. Bill Gates Predicts Technology Will Make ‘Place-Based’ Colleges Less Important in 5 Years
8. Cheaters Never Win, at Least in Physics, a Professor Finds
9. Students Retain Information in Print-Like Formats Better
10. Woodbury U. Banned From Second Life, Again

On Tech Therapy, our monthly technology podcast, an interview with Wikipedia’s co-founder Jimmy Wales scored the most listeners. Here are the three most popular tech podcasts from 2010:

1. Wikipedia’s Co-Founder Calls for Better Information Literacy
2. How Librarians and IT Officials Can Get Along
3. The Case for Digital Scholarship

As for our longer, feature articles about technology, a story about a one-man university on YouTube drew the most readers. Here are the top five technology articles from The Chronicle:


1. A Self-Appointed Teacher Runs a One-Man ‘Academy’ on YouTube
2. High-Tech Cheating Abounds, and Professors Bear Some Blame
3. Is Technology Making Your Students Stupid?
4. To Save Students Money, Colleges May Force a Switch to E-Textbooks
5. Teachers Without Technology Strike Back

What does all this say about tech trends at colleges? Share your votes for top tech issues of the year in the comments.