Education is a business – a business with a higher purpose: to teach our children and prepare them for the 21st century. Every school budget from state universities to charter schools is under pressure to make each dollar count. Whether you are implementing Green Building technologies that actually deliver a measureable savings to your overhead costs, or deploying a wireless network campus-wide, there needs to be a quantifiable ROI. At the same time, this business of Education cannot lose its core purpose. Educators are re-examining how they approach content in the classroom. How can you use web 2.0 tools effectively in your curriculum?
The Next Generation Education Summit is made up of an association of CIOs, IT Executives, and Provosts of Computing and Information Technology within North America. The participants of this meeting will have an opportunity to network with their peers and address some of the biggest challenges they face as a community in Higher Education. This event has been created "for Higher IT Executives" by "Higher Education IT Executives." The Summit will take place over a two day period and will include: workshops, panel discussions and focused strategy sessions.
Please click here to download the highlights and takeaways from the November 2011 summit prepared by our analyst partner – Rebecca Segal, VP, Global Services Markets and Trends Research, IDC.
Testimonials from our latest event at the Langham Huntington Resort in Pasadena. For more information or feedback please contact Brandon Harp at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Homestead, Hot Springs, VA / 1st - 3rd November 2011