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EDUCAUSE Southwest Regional Conference 2005 Banner

EDUCAUSE

By Claudia Lynch, Benchmarks Online Editor

Believe it or not, it is time to start planning for the next EDUCAUSE Southwest Regional Conference. It is being held in Austin this year, February 168, 2005. The theme this time is  "Technology in Support of the Academy."

If you would like to participate as a presenter, the deadline for submissions of presentation proposals is October 4, 2004. You can submit a proposal online at: http://www.educause.edu/conference/swrc/2005/program.asp

According to an e-mail message sent out to interested past participants, the program will follow four tracks (view full descriptions):

  • Emerging Technology and Security Issues

  • IT, Learning, and Teaching: What Works?

  • Leadership Development

  • Corporate Presentations

Benefits of Presenting

As a presenter, you'll not only help create an innovative and
informative program, you'll also:

  • Gain recognition

  • Spotlight your institution's achievements

  • Make valuable contacts

  • Hone your public speaking skills

  • Build confidence and self-esteem

  • Facilitate progress in the academic community
     

Related Opportunities

  • If your proposal addresses an effective technology-related practice or solution implemented on your campus, share it with colleagues by submitting your presentation content to the Effective Practices and Solutions database.

  • Consider submitting your material for publication in EDUCAUSE Quarterly . EQ authors receive full editorial support and gain valuable exposure and recognition in a very visible professional forum. View author testimonials and publication guidelines.

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