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NERCOMP Annual Conference
March 21–23, 2016
Providence, Rhode Island
Annual Conference: Celebrating 60 Years of NERCOMP
When we come together, we can do transformative things. The NorthEast Regional Computing Program (NERCOMP) has brought together our innovative and committed community for 60 years. From the frontline staff all the way up to the CIO, we have created communities of faculty, researchers, learners, and institutions.
The NERCOMP Annual Conference plays a pivotal role in bringing our community together—connecting peers, sharing successes (and struggles), and enhancing our collective learning.
YOU are a vital part of this community and together our influences improve the use of technology in higher education, helping to guide and shape our institutions’ strategies. At NERCOMP, you will build your professional network, reflect with colleagues, and explore hot topics in higher education IT.
Attending the NERCOMP Annual Conference is an opportunity to build your professional network and learn, reflect, and engage with colleagues. Here are a couple things you can look forward to at this year's conference:
General Session Speakers
2016 Key Program Topics:
- IT Services: Support Models and Practice
- Leadership and Organizational Development
- Libraries and Scholarship in the 21st Century
- Policy, Regulations, and Security
- Systems and Solutions
- Teaching and Learning
When you make the commitment to attend NERCOMP, you become an active participant in community dialogue—entrenched in an environment removed from the day-to-day pressures of campus. This valuable professional experience directly benefits you and your institution through an infusion of fresh energy and ideas along with validation of current practices.
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For general information about this event, including registration, please contact EDUCAUSE Member Services:
- 303-440-0461 (fax)