The “Annual ECAR Student and IT Study” is a free EDUCAUSE webinar scheduled noon-1 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 12, in 301 Hale Library. The webinar covers the results of the 2013 study done on undergraduate use of technology in higher education. K-Staters are welcome to join the group viewing sponsored by Information Technology Services, or register for free through the event page to view the webinar from their office or home.
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(Editor’s note: This information is from the CHECK 2013 Committee’s email announcement April 5.)
Pittsburg State University will host the 2013 Conference on Higher Education Computing in Kansas (CHECK) May 29-30, 2013. CHECK is an annual gathering of information technology professionals to present, learn and network about innovative technologies and IT issues for providing IT services to the higher education community. Check out the great topics and presenters at www.check.gen.ks.us/agenda.html . All Kansas higher education institutions are encouraged to participate. Continue reading “Registration open for 2013 CHECK conference May 29-30”
K-Staters are welcome to attend the free, live-streamed sessions of the EDUCAUSE Annual Conference, Nov. 7-9. Information for each session is in the EDUCAUSE 2012 Online Program. Join us to view all or as many of the sessions as suits your schedule. The EDUCAUSE programs are available:
- Wednesday, Nov. 7 — 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m., 301 Hale Library
- Thursday, Nov. 8 — 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., 401 Hale Library
- Friday, Nov. 9 — 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., 301 Hale Library
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“Re-imagining Education: Tools and Challenges” is the theme for this year’s annual SIDLIT conference on the latest technologies, strategies, and forward-thinking for higher education professionals. The free event is Thursday-Friday, Aug. 2-3, at Johnson County Community College, and registration is required. (Create a free account before registering. If you already have one, sign in and the registration form will appear.) Early registration is recommended as registration fills up fast.
This year’s schedule of presentations has 37 topics on Day 1, and 26 topics on Day 2. Attendees may find it difficult to choose between the variety of sessions, as up to 10 run concurrently during session timeslots. A sample of topics to pique your interest:
The 2012 Conference on Higher Education Computing in Kansas (CHECK) is scheduled Wednesday-Thursday, May 23-24, at the K-State Student Union on the Kansas State University campus at Manhattan. More than 135 attendees have already registered for this networking opportunity that addresses current IT issues in higher education.
On-site, walk-in registration is still available Wednesday, May 23 (11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.) and Thursday, May 24 (7:30-10 a.m.) on the 2nd floor of the K-State Student Union. The $90 fee covers all conference materials, Wednesday dinner, and Thursday continental breakfast and box lunch.
On May 23, door prizes including two wireless printers will be given away during dinner. Prior to lunch on May 24, an iPad (provided by EMC2) and a 32-inch TV (provided by NEC) will be given away. Attendees must be present to win.
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The 2012 Conference on Higher Education Computing in Kansas (CHECK) is scheduled Wednesday-Thursday, May 23-24, at the K-State Student Union on Kansas State University’s Manhattan campus. Registration officially opened March 28. K-State President Kirk Schulz is slated to give the keynote address on “IT and Higher Education”.
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(Editor’s note: This information is from an email sent by the CHECK 2012 Committee. Members are listed at the bottom of this post.)
The deadline for submitting proposals for the CHECK 2012 conference has been extended to Feb. 10. This is your chance to play an active role in CHECK 2012 by submitting a proposal on one of the many important IT topics in higher education. Information about proposal submission is below.
This annual Conference on Higher Education Computing in Kansas (CHECK) is scheduled Wednesday-Thursday, May 23-24, at Kansas State University, in the K-State Student Union on the Manhattan campus.
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The 2011 Conference on Higher Education Computing in Kansas (CHECK) is scheduled Wednesday-Thursday, May 25-26, at the Kansas Union on the University of Kansas Lawrence campus. Registration officially opened March 14, and the registration form should be online soon. The call for proposals deadline is Monday, March 28.
This annual, two-day event is for information technology professionals in higher-education institutions in Kansas, including community colleges, technical schools, and other 2-year and 4-year institutions.
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Mark your calendars for the annual Conference on Higher Education Computing in Kansas conference. The conference will take place Wednesday-Thursday, May 25-26, at the University of Kansas in Lawrence. Look for the call for proposals in coming weeks.
The online EDUCAUSE Conference is scheduled this Wednesday-Friday, Oct. 13-15, and K-Staters are welcome to attend the live-streamed sessions (see below) as time allows. Length of sessions vary. About 20 seats are available on a first-come, first-serve basis, so it’s a good idea to arrive early. All sessions are in 202 Fairchild Hall on the K-State-Manhattan campus.
No registration is needed. Further information about each session and the presenter(s) is available in the conference program.
Live-streaming of the EDUCAUSE sessions is being sponsored by the Information Technology Assistance Center. Questions about the sessions should be sent to Ernie Perez, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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