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. Continue reading “Registration open for 2014 CHECK conference, May 21-22 at Emporia State”
If Wednesday-Thursday, May 29-30, is open on your calendar, you can still attend the 2013 Conference on Higher Education Computing in Kansas (CHECK) at Pittsburg State University. The event is open to everyone in higher education and provides 21 sessions covering new technologies, issues, and IT services. See www.check.gen.ks.us for details. Continue reading “Still time to register for Kansas computing conference May 29-30”
(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”
(Editor’s note: This information is from an email sent by Barbara Herbert, Office of Information Services, Pittsburg State University.)
Call for Proposals CHECK 2013
May 29 & 30, Pittsburg State University
Russ Hall and McCray Hall
Play an active role in CHECK 2013 by submitting a proposal on one of the many important IT topics in higher education. The deadline for submissions is Feb. 8, 2013. Submit your proposal by completing the form available at tinyurl.com/CHECK2013. Continue reading “CHECK Conference 2013 call-for-proposals deadline Feb. 8, 2013”
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”.
(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.
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.
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.
If you didn’t get a chance to attend the 2010 CHECK conference at Fort Hays State University, some of the presentations are available online, via “Download” links under presentations listed on the conference agenda webpage. Downloadable files may be PowerPoint presentations, PDFs, and zipped files.
Downloadable presentations include:
- Beyond Wifi: Securing Your Mobile Devices
- Online Content Accessibility : It’s not what you know, it’s who you know
- Workforce Changes in the Maturing IT Industry
- Organizing and Uniting Web Developer Communication on a Decentralized Campus
Wednesday, May 12, is the early registration deadline for the Kansas CHECK conference (www.check.gen.ks.us) for IT professionals and academic staff in higher education. The conference is scheduled Wednesday-Thursday, May 26-27, at Fort Hays State University, and the registration fee is $35. For details, see the www.check.gen.ks.us website and the April 20 article in InfoTech Tuesday.