Mid-Atalntic

EDUCAUSE regional conferences help you balance a tight travel budget with the value of meeting and exchanging information with peers. The Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference, like the other EDUCAUSE regional conferences, offers nearby higher education IT professionals a smaller, more intimate version of the EDUCAUSE annual conference in a location that is easy and affordable to reach. If you're from the mid-Atlantic area, take this opportunity to learn, share, and connect with others in your field and from your part of the country.

Upcoming Mid-Atlantic Regional Conferences

Mid-Atlantic Regional 2012
"Reimagining IT in a Changing Landscape"
January 11–13, 2012
Baltimore, Maryland

Past Mid-Atlantic Regional Conferences

Mid-Atlantic Regional 2011
"Setting a New Course for the Future"
January 12–14, 2011
Baltimore, Maryland

Mid-Atlantic Regional 2010
"Connect. Collaborate. Contribute."
January 13–15, 2010
Baltimore, Maryland

Mid-Atlantic Regional 2009
"The Technology Revolution in Higher Education: IT as a Catalyst for Change"
January 7–9, 2009
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Mid-Atlantic Regional 2008
"Innovative Planning for the 21st-Century Academy: Creating Reality Through Technology, Collaboration, and Best Practices"
January 15–17, 2008
Baltimore, Maryland

Mid-Atlantic Regional 2007
"Unifying the Digital Campus: Integrated Technologies Supporting Practical Solutions"
January 17–19, 2007
Baltimore, Maryland

Mid-Atlantic Regional 2006
"Staying Agile, Maintaining Balance: Solutions from a Sea of Technology"
January 10–12, 2006
Baltimore, Maryland

Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference 2005
"Navigating Together: New Strategies and New Partners for an Uncharted Future"
January 12–14, 2005
Baltimore, Maryland

Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference 2004
"Enabling the Educational Enterprise"
January 13–15, 2004
Baltimore, Maryland

Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference 2003
"Maintaining Momentum and Making Progress"
January 15–17, 2003
Baltimore, Maryland

Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference 2001
"Visions, Expectations, and Reality: The Implications of Pervasive Computing"
December 3–4, 2001
Baltimore, Maryland