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EDUCAUSE Connect: Denver
March 2–4, 2016
About the event
EDUCAUSE Connect: Denver convened over 300 higher education professionals, where they solved, networked, and grew together.
EDUCAUSE Connect creates highly interactive, action-driven professional development experience focused on finding workable solutions, connecting people's experiences, building professional networks, and growing individual and collective understanding of higher education IT issues. Connect events are for anyone who wants to move ideas, understanding, and the profession forward.
March 2–4, 2016 | Denver Marriott City Center (1701 California Street, Denver, CO 80202)
2016 Program Learning Themes:
- Enterprise Service Delivery
- Leveraging Technology and Data
- Partnerships and Collaborations
- Staffing and Talent Development
General Session Speakers:
- Everyday Leadership, Making Connections
Brian Basgen: Executive Director, Bay Path University
- "Should I Stay or Should I Go?" Lessons Learned from the Clash and ECAR's Higher Ed Workforce Study
Eden Dahlstrom: Chief Research Officer, EDUCAUSE
Offered for an additional fee, this opportunity was designated for those who currently hold the CIO title or the most senior IT leader title at higher education institutions. Participants experienced networking opportunities and high-level discussions.
EDUCAUSE Institute Management Boot Camp
Offered for an additional fee, this program was for those with at least 3-5 years’ experience managing people, processes, and projects within higher education IT, while strengthening their practice in communication, negotiation, and performance management.
EDUCAUSE Institute New IT Managers Program
Offered for an additional fee, this opportunity comprised of new and aspiring IT managers learning the basic skills critical for managing and supervising projects, units, and people.