Sunday, May 25, 2008 - 4:00am to Tuesday, May 27, 2008 - 4:00am
Our campuses are expanding physically and virtually and technology change is facilitating that growth. Student and faculty populations are larger, more diverse and geographically dispersed. At the same time, this population is becoming more open to and dependent on technology to facilitate their learning and busy lifestyles: listening to lectures on iPods, video-conferencing, emailing and accessing course notes. Expectations on IT departments are increasing to support new initiatives, including expanded support for new and existing backend systems, networks, servers, labs, laptops, printers, personal peripherals and mobile devices. How can we expand our campus in a sustainable and efficient way, with fewer resources, and provide an anytime, anywhere, high-quality experience for students, faculty and staff?
Keynote Speakers: Ian Jukes, Bill Buxton and Ray Kurzweil.
For complete program visit the OUCC website.
Venue & Address:
York University and OCAD 100 McCaul St., Toronto, Ontario