It’s that magical time of year again, the time when we reach out and formally ask you to join us in making the next edUi conference a hit! We’re sure you’ve done some amazing work in your field and that others would love to hear about it. Consider sharing what you’ve learned, what you’ve accomplished, or what you’re tackling right now with your peers at edUi September 25-27 in Charlottesville. Submit a proposal for a talk, mini-workshop, expert panel, public square discussion, or half-day workshop. Everyone who submits a proposal gets a 10% discount on their registration. We’ll email this code to you before registration opens. Accepted speakers will receive a complimentary registration. Proposal deadline: March 22 Submit Your Proposal Now » Session Types Talk Drop some knowledge on your fellow attendees. Just you, a projector, a screen and 30-45 minutes of mind-blowing knowledge bombs. Concluding with a mic drop is optional. (1-2 speakers) Mini Workshop Put on your safety goggles because you and your fellow attendees are going to roll up your sleeves and get dirty with some interactive exercises. You’ll have 90 minutes to dive deep into the “how to” of your topic of choice. (1-2 speakers) Expert Panel AssembleContinue reading»
A few weeks ago we announced our first keynote speaker for edUi 2017. And now we’re ready to tell you about the first of three workshop leaders we’re lining up for you! Remember, one half-day workshop is included with every edUi registration at no additional charge. Everyone who wants a workshop at edUi gets a workshop. When registration opens up in April you’ll have your pick of one of three fantastic, in-depth, hands-on workshops including the following. Nick DeNardis Nick is the director of Web Communications at Wayne State University. He takes an active role in the higher education web community by sharing his thoughts and real world analysis in the Wayne State Web Communications Blog. He is also the technical director for TEDxDetroit, a once a year conference to spread positive ideas for the world from Detroit. With a background in computer science and library science, Nick has always been interested in user experience and accessibility. Part of his work at Wayne State includes reviewing and benchmarking other university websites. His personal web philosophy is to keep things light, simple and agile, always striving for simple solutions to complex problems. Analytics Workshop At edUi 2017 Nick will lead a half-day workshopContinue reading»
Save the Date! September 25-27, 2017 edUi will return to Charlottesville, Virginia and we’re thrilled to announce Sara Wachter-Boechtter will be joining us!
Thanks so much to everyone who provided feedback on edUi 2015. Your comments are incredibly valuable as we continue to ideate, iterate, and innovate.