EdUI 2009 takes place Monday and Tuesday, September 21-22 on the beautiful and historic University of Virginia campus in Charlottesville, Virginia. Check-in starts bright and early both days at 8:00, so set your alarm clocks, kids!

Day 1: Monday, September 21

Day 1 provides a deep exploration of one topic through full-day workshops with one of our headliner presenters, Molly Holzschlag, Dana Chisnell, Dan Rubin, or David Poteet. Molly will prepare us for the oncoming advent of HTML5 and CSS3 web standards, Dana will share the expertise that allowed her to literally write the book on usability testing, Dan will cover the art of design aesthetics and CSS, while David shows how to create great web content.

8:00-8:30 Check-in directly at workshop venues. Light continental breakfast before workshops (food remains during morning break)
12:00-12:30 Lunch (provided)
  • Continue workshops from the morning
4:00-7:00 Reception, sponsored by Intalgent, to be held at Open Space.

Day 2: Tuesday, September 22

Day 2 provides a broad range of learning opportunities through more than a dozen shorter sessions, including the keynote with Jared Spool, one of the user experience industry’s top luminaries, and plenary with Michael Wesch, perhaps the world’s top expert on how social media is affecting society . The workshop leaders from day 1 will each present on day 2 as well, giving you the chance to hear one that you might have missed the day before.

8:00-9:45 Light continental breakfast and check-in for second-day-only attendees
  • Morning reprise sessions with Molly Holzschlag, Dana Chisnell, Dan Rubin, and David Poteet
12:00-1:15 “Birds of a feather” buffet lunch. (Requires separate registration)
3:15-5:00 Open time for networking and visiting exhibitors

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