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edUi Conference

Sept. 29 - Oct. 1

Richmond, Virginia

Introducing the edUi Code of Conduct

My favorite part of edUi, beyond our stellar conference content, is the amazing sense of community, learning, and support that all the conference attendees, speakers and volunteers share. As part of ongoing efforts to keep the edUi community happy and safe, we're introducing a conference Code of Conduct this year. Continue reading »

Pre-Conference Meetup Announced

Sunday September 28th 7:00 – 9:00 pm Meet some of your fellow conference goers, grab some light refreshments, and check in early at our pre-conference meetup. Southern Railway Taphouse (SRT) offers a rotating line up of 40 draft beers plus a bottle list of over 100 craft beers. The beer … Continue reading »

A Night at the Museum

Any science geeks in the edUi crowd? Well you can let your freaky science flag fly as we head over to the Science Museum of Virginia for our opening night reception this year. After enjoying some heavy hors d’oeuvres and other light refreshments we’ll head out into the museum exhibits … Continue reading »

World-class Speakers

edUi prides ourselves on the speaking talent we bring to you every year. Looking through the past appearances of our speakers makes for a virtual trip around the globe to some amazing destinations and pretty incredible conferences. Continue reading »

The Value of edUi

edUi is one of the best values in professional development you're going to find. But don't take our word for it. Run the numbers and see how far your dollars go with edUi.

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Location Survey

Believe it or not, plans are already underway for edUi 2015. The Planning Team is considering a move back to our home territory in Charlottesville, VA. We want to get a sense for how that will affect our attendees, especially those traveling from out of state. Please take a minute … Continue reading »

Registration is Open!

The call for proposals closed last week and registration is now open! Register Now » Why register for edUi? Get to know your web brethren from higher-ed, libraries, and museums. Intimately sized conference (approx. 250 people). Practical sessions focused on skill building. World-class presenters. Learn tips and tricks for crafting … Continue reading »

Call For Proposals Closed

A big “Thank You” to everyone who submitted a proposal to speak at edUi 2014. The Call For Proposals is now officially closed and the Program Team will begin evaluating the proposals. We expect to announce the full conference schedule in May.

A Brief History of Tomorrow

Here’s the final featured speaker announcement and we may have saved the best (or at least most fun) for last.    A Brief History of Tomorrow Futurism was one of 20th century America’s most important commodities. It was mined for domestic consumption and proved to be one of the nation’s … Continue reading »
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