Session Types

Campus Technology Forum offers participants a variety of meeting structures designed to maximize participant networking and collaborative learning.

General Sessions 
Campus Technology Forum general sessions will feature engaging keynote speakers who will present important topics and content reflecting the prevailing themes of the conference. As with all Campus Technology events, keynote speakers for 2015 will be highly regarded professionals, passionate about sharing their expertise with audiences.

Breakout Sessions
50-minute concurrent sessions will be held in rooms set theater/classroom style. Attendees will have a variety of session topics to choose from, each presented by experts and innovators who are making a difference across the IT profession and within higher education. They'll share their expertise and best practices, innovative ideas, leadership strategies, and give new and valuable perspectives as well as offering solutions to challenging IT problems.

Poster Sessions
Poster sessions will be held in the Exhibit Hall in designated areas. Presenters will utilize detailed graphic displays of innovative projects and attendees will be able to engage one-on-one with these innovators eager to share their promising ideas, solutions and current research in the field higher education technology. This provides a great opportunity for attendees to network and speak with others facing challenging IT issues.

Technology Classroom Sessions
Technology classroom sessions will be conducted in the Exhibit Hall Theater by exhibiting companies looking to present their products and services directly to attendees, utilizing case studies, and often highlighting institutional partnerships for an informative and engaging presentation.

Networking Sessions (Case Study Roundtables)
Networking sessions will be offered throughout the conference. Breakfast, lunch and coffee breaks will be set up and scheduled to allow for attendee/vendor networking time.

Session formats for Campus Technology Forum 2015 are subject to change, depending on final program.