The June IT@Cornell Conference is fast approaching! It’s a great time to:
- Register to attend
- Suggest a poster session you’d like to present
The deadline for registration is Wednesday, June 7. Sign up now to hold your place for breakout sessions and to see the keynote. Some breakout sessions have limited space for attendance—first come, first served. Lunch will be provided at mid-day, and your registration will ensure the order matches up with attendance.
Breakout sessions have been finalized. See a full list when you register and also on the event web site. Breakouts will cover everything from mobile computing to activity related to the IT Strategic Plan to your ideas for the IT Career Framework.
Details about the keynote speaker, Michael Feldstein, and his talk have been announced. Feldstein will talk about “Moving Up the Value Chain.” He says in his abstract: “The trend in educational technology is up. As in up the value chain. It is increasingly no longer acceptable to be merely an infrastructure provider. More and more, we need to be providing solutions to business problems that are recognizable to our users and directly relevant to the institutional mission.” Read the rest of his abstract here.
If you can take a few notes during breakouts, help with posters, tweet during the event, help assign digital badges (we’ll teach you how) or serve ice-cream at the end of the day, please let us know. The deadline for volunteering is Friday, May 31.
To volunteer, email email@example.com.
Suggest a Poster Session
If you have a poster session idea you’d like to share, we’d love to hear it! Just follow the following steps to start the process:
- See the Call for Posters.
- Read the guidelines for poster presenters.
- Fill out the online application for poster presenters.
The deadline for poster session proposals is Friday, June 7.
Stay in touch!
If you’d like quick updates about the program or event preparation, follow @Cornell_ITEvent on Twitter.
If you have questions, please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org