The Windows in Higher Education conference (aka Windows HiEd) will return this year according to the Windows in Higher Education list. Mark your calendars for October 12-14 in Redmond.
On Friday, Jeff Whitworth (Manager, Enterprise Systems at UNC at Greensboro) posted the following:
The 2015 Windows HiEd Conference will be held Oct 12-14. The conference planning team hopes to have registration details out to the list shortly.
For those of you that have been before you know that the conference is largely driven by peer presentations and panel discussions. If you are interested in leading one of these please take a minute to fill out the Call for Peer Presentations form (link below). If you know someone you would like to see present, please forward this email to them.
Link to form: https://uncg.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_bJX94yRYUXLR8ON
Thank you for helping to make this conference great!
I was unable to attend the 2014 conference due to a prior commitment (a Canada & New England cruise to be exact… I know, poor me.), but this year y calendar is clear, so I’m hoping to get the OK to attend this year.
If you work in IT in Higher Ed and think you might want to attend, check out the Windows HiEd 2014 conference page, to see what is is all about. It’s a great opportunity to meet peers from other institutions and see how they’re meeting the challenges we all face in Higher Ed IT. Presentations are split between peers and Microsoft speakers, and since the conference is held on Microsoft’s campus, this is a great chance to hear from people you might not normally see elsewhere.
If you’re interested in presenting, submit the Call for Peer Presentations form.
I hope I’ll see you there.