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Virtual conference EDUCAUSE 2014 open to Vanderbilt community

Sep. 25, 2014, 9:57 AM

Vanderbilt IT, along with the Vanderbilt Institute for Digital Learning and Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, will host the 2014 EDUCAUSE Annual Conference’s Virtual Conference Sept. 30 through Oct. 2 at several locations across campus and the medical center.

Interested faculty, staff and students can choose from both exclusive online sessions and live-streamed concurrent conference sessions.

For planning purposes, registration is appreciated for EDUCAUSE sessions. However, if you cannot RSVP, please feel free to attend any of the sessions on the registration form linked below. The registration pages include detailed information on the sessions Vanderbilt is streaming, as well as the time, date and location of where those sessions will be streamed.

View and register for sessions here.

Tip: Look for the arrow on the bottom right corner of the registration form to get started. You will need to click on this arrow to advance through each day’s list of sessions (each day is on a separate page).

A full list of all EDUCAUSE virtual sessions is available online. Many sessions will be recorded and available after the conference.

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