WHEN: Wednesday, October 28 – Friday, October 30
WHERE: NIU Wellness and Literacy Building Conference Room 2101 (map)
COST: FREE to NIU Faculty and Staff
NIU’s Division of Information Technology is sponsoring this year’s EDUCAUSE 2015 Virtual Conference. You and your colleagues can learn and network by coming together to participate in streamed sessions from the conference in Indianapolis.
Description from the EDUCAUSE website:
The EDUCAUSE Annual Conference is the premier higher education IT event, offering an engaging and informative program, formal and informal opportunities to build your professional network, and allows you to learn, reflect, and engage with colleagues from around the world.
Take part in content-rich sessions as an individual, or attend as a team. Participate either in-person in Indianapolis, or virtually right from your own institution. However you participate, EDUCAUSE 2015 will create a dynamic environment to share future directions, best practices, stories of successful collaborations, and solutions to community-wide issues.
Wednesday: The Second Machine Age: Work, Progress, and Prosperity in a Time of Brilliant Technologies
Author and Host/Executive Producer of National Ceographics Crowd Control
Thursday: The Cascade Effect: How Small Wins Can Transform Your Organization
Co-Counter MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy, MIT Sloan School of Management, and Author
Friday: If You Build It
Humanitarian Design Activist, Author of Design Revolution and Creator of Project H
Session Descriptions and Times
Sign up for the sessions you wish to attend by clicking on the registration link at the top of the page. Attend as many sessions as you would like.
If you need more information about the how to use the DOIT ERP Training registration system, please refer to:
If your schedule doesn’t allow you to attend, note that EDUCAUSE records many of the sessions. When EDUCAUSE makes the recorded sessions available to us (usually 4-8 weeks after the conference), we will share the link with you.
If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.