CT 2013 offers participants a variety of meeting structures designed to maximize participant networking and collaborative learning to build their individualized effective professional learning network.
Set in a classroom setting that will allow participants to interact with technology and/or each other. These hands-on workshops provide opportunities to experience the latest technologies and practice implementing technological tools and solutions that you can take back and use and your institution without delay. From integrating iPads to Mobile Computing and Effective Leadership Strategies, there are plenty of sessions every higher ed IT staff member can’t afford to miss! * Pre-Conference Workshops require an additional fee to attend.
1-Hour Breakout Sessions
Held in breakout meeting rooms in the Hynes Convention Center. Attendees have an excellent selection of sessions to choose from; each lead by presenters making a difference across the IT profession and higher education. They’ll share lessons learned, innovative ideas, leadership strategies, and give you new and valuable perspectives as well as offer solutions to challenging IT questions.
1-Hour Poster Sessions
Held in the Exhibit Hall on Tuesday and Wednesday, posters feature a detailed graphic display of innovative projects, including papers, and/or related materials such as photos and graphics, posted on a bulletin board in the designated poster area. Talk one-on-one and get in-depth information from innovators eager to share their promising ideas, solutions, current research and best practices in higher education. This is a great opportunity to network and discuss issues with others from around the country facing challenging IT issues. On Wednesday, July 31st, poster sessions will be conducted by all the winners of the Campus Technology Innovator Award Winners.
General Sessions with Keynotes
The general sessions provide an opportunity for all conference attendees to gather at once. The three CT 2013 general sessions feature keynote speakers that are engaging educational professionals who will share important topics and content that set the prevailing tone and central theme introduced at the start of a conference. Many professionals enjoy sharing their expertise with audiences and this year we are pleased to feature three dynamic keynote speakers!