The annual Conference on Higher Education Computing in Kansas (CHECK) is scheduled May 21-22 at Emporia State University. Registration is free at www.check.gen.ks.us/register.html for this “gathering of all who are interested in the intersection of information technology and higher education in Kansas” says the CHECK website.
The conference agenda lists 18 presentations on a range of IT topics, from social media, tools, security, networking, data management, and support services, to IT leadership and administration. The keynote speaker is Anthony Schlinsog, chief information technology officer for the executive branch of the State of Kansas.
All higher education institutions in Kansas are encouraged to participate, including 2-year, 4-year, public, private, technical, and community colleges. CHECK is sponsored by the Regents Information Technology Council and is coordinated by the Information Technology and Services Advisory committee.
Visit the CHECK website at www.check.gen.ks.us for more information, including presentation abstracts; driving directions and maps; lodging options; and conference agendas from previous years.