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EDUCAUSE Annual Conference 2015
October 27–30, 2015
Indianapolis, IN, and Online
Next: October 25–28, 2016 | Anaheim, CA, and Online
About the event
The EDUCAUSE Annual Conference is the premier gathering for higher education IT professionals. It provides content and exploration of today’s toughest technology issues facing campuses around the world, and convenes some of the brightest minds in the community.
October 27–30, 2015
Indiana Convention Center (100 S. Capitol Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46225)
General Session Speakers:
- "The Cascade Effect: How Small Wins Can Transform Your Organization"
Daniel Pink: Author and Host/Co-Executive Producer of National Geographic's Crowd Control
- "The Second Machine Age: Work, Progress, and Prosperity in a Time of Brilliant Technologies"
Andrew McAfee: Co-Founder MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy, MIT Sloan School of Management, and Author
- "If You Build It: The Power of Design to Change the World"
Emily Pilloton: Humanitarian Design Activist, Author of Design Revolution, and Creator of Project H
Free Recorded Sessions
The following sessions are free recordings offered to the public to give you a taste of the annual conference and see the kind of thought leadership you can look forward to if you attend next year.
- “Under the Ed Radar” Business Pitch Competition
- Innovation Stage
- Dell Think Tank
- Reclaiming Audacity
- Business Intelligence + Institutional Research: Shotgun Wedding or Marriage Made in Heaven?
Speaker presentation materials: Presenter handouts, slide presentations, reference links, and more can be found by searching the above proceedings tab and locating them under "Resources" in the specific session. Please note: Uploading resources is at the discretion of the presenter and may not be available for every session.
Who Attended in 2015
Over 7,000 higher education IT professionals attended on-site in Indianapolis, and more than 400 login registrations for the online conference represented nearly 2,000 individuals.