Top Reasons to Attend


An Event Unlike Any Other in Higher Education

As one of higher education’s most trusted providers of information on education technology, Campus Technology conferences offer you the opportunity to learn about and master the cutting-edge technologies that drive student success and educational advancement both in and out of the classroom. This year’s event will explore the tools, strategies and innovations that help you place your campus on the cutting edge of 21st century education technology.

A New Approach to Your Academic Technology Future

This year’s conference offers ideas and inspiration for adapting to the next stage of internet innovation in teaching and learning by focusing on best practices and the broader implications of this evolution. Explore how educators are using emerging technologies to cope with increasing demands on their resources, skills and time. You’ll come away armed with tricks, tips and techniques that you can apply immediately in your classroom or on your campus.

Real Information for the Real World

Sessions at Campus Technology 2013 provide you with the most up-to-date information on new tools, applications and services—and how they work right now, on real campuses throughout the country. Session presented by campus IT innovators help you cut through the clutter and approach your own initiatives quickly and effectively, while in-depth workshops help you master these same technologies for seamless integration into your instructional technology plans and initiatives.

Nonstop Networking Opportunities

Campus Technology 2013 is a community comprised of hundreds of highly motivated technology professionals working at large universities, small colleges and education institutions in-between, from across the country and around the world. Network with colleagues in a supportive environment that enlists recognized technology leaders as peer advisors and role models and share ideas at “roundtable” lunches, the exhibit hall opening reception, dinners on the town and more.

Collegial Environment

Campus Technology conferences are renowned for their collegial atmosphere. Attendees enjoy easy access to speakers and vendor representatives in an engaging relaxed environment where the common goal is professional growth, with an emphasis on sharing solutions to specific technology challenges.

The American Experience

Arts, culture, museums, history—home to our country’s past as well as a 21st century powerhouse—Boston, Massachusetts, embodies the American Experience. Enjoy this vibrant city that boasts so much to do within blocks of the conference hotel. Whether you opt to walk the Freedom Trail, visit the Faneuil Hall Marketplace, catch a baseball game in Fenway Park, or just enjoy the beauty of the harbor front, the many easily accessible sightseeing and cultural options available to you will greatly enrich your conference experience.


  • Platinum Barter Sponsor | Insight Investments
  • Gold Sponsor | Amazon Web Services
  • Gold Sponsor | CDW-G
  • Gold Sponsor | Pearson
  • Silver Sponsor | Abby
  • Silver Sponsor | Oracle
  • Silver Sponsor | Response Technologies
  • Silver Sponsor | Symantec
  • Prize Contest Sponsor | GovConnection
  • Technology Sponsor | Aerva
  • Technology Sponsor | Epson America
  • Technology Sponsor | NISOD

$20,000 Office Technology Giveaway!

GovConnection | A PC Connection Company

GovConnection is giving away $20,000 worth of technology and accessories—the ultimate in computing—tablets, laptops and workstations.

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Opening Keynote

Lev Gonick, VP ITS & CIO - Case Western Reserve University - Ohio

Click to watch Lev Gonick: What's Hot, What's Not 2013

Gonick is recognized as a leader in innovative networking initiatives that impact education and community. In 2010, he and his colleagues at Case Western Reserve launched the nation’s first gigabit fiber-to-the-home research program called the Case Connection Zone. In 2011, Government Technology awarded Gonick one of their “Top 25 Doers, Dreamers & Drivers in Public-Sector Innovation.” In the same year Crain’s Business Cleveland named him one of its “10 Difference Makers” in Northeast Ohio and Broadband Properties honored him with their Cornerstone Award for “using fiber to build an inclusive society and empower individuals.” Read more...

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