EDUCAUSE Southwest Regional Conference 2010

Connect. Collaborate. Contribute.

Whether your focus is administrative services, information resources, teaching and learning, technology infrastructure, or management, you can benefit from attending the Tenth Annual EDUCAUSE Southwest Regional Conference, February 17–19, 2010. Join us at the Sheraton Austin Hotel to:

  • Connect with innovators and forward thinkers and learn about current and emerging best practices in higher education information services.
  • Collaborate with others in positions similar to yours to exchange experiences and explore ways to tackle common challenges.
  • Contribute your uncommon thinking for the common good in numerous discussion sessions and networking venues.

This year's conference, "The Ever-Evolving Role of IT," will explore the creative, effective, and sustainable ways that the higher education IT community is transforming infrastructure, enterprise services, and teaching and learning while coping with financial challenges. It has never been more important for us to provide reliable, efficient, and timely IT solutions while effectively and transparently communicating what we're doing for customers. This conference will provide real-world examples, insights, and discussions regarding ways to succeed within the educational environment.

Preconference seminars begin the morning of February 17, with the full conference program February 17–19, 2010. The program follows five key tracks:

  • E–Research and E–Scholarship
  • The Evolving Role of IT and Leadership
  • Managing the Enterprise
  • Teaching and Learning
  • Corporate and Campus Solutions

Make the most of your visit to Austin. The Sheraton Austin Hotel is conveniently located a short walk or taxi ride from a variety of local attractions and restaurants.

General Session Speaker

Wednesday General Session: The Forever Changing Role of IT in Online Education

Darcy W. Hardy
Darcy W. Hardy
Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs & Executive Director, UT
University of Texas System

Friday General Session: Effective Leadership-Building Alliances to Connect, Collaborate, and Contribute

Maria Harper-Marinick
Maria Harper-Marinick
Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs
Maricopa Community College District