Managing IT in Education: Spring Unconference
This is a bit of an experiment
What can you learn when you bring together a group of people who lead IT departments in education with no rules and no predefined topics? At this event hosted by ALTE, you will find out.
An unconference is an open, participant-driven conference. The content is proposed and provided by the participants. Unconferences rely heavily on the passions and interests of the participants. Anyone who wants to suggest or lead a discussion topic can and then the group will vote on the ones they most want to hear. We’ll select the nine most popular topics and set times for these discussions in the three spaces we have. Attendees can wander freely between the discussions.
The agenda is created by the attendees at the beginning of the event. However, we will allow attendees to pitch ideas online the week of the event. EVENT PROGRAM
When: The evening of May 17th and the day of May 18th
Where: Calgary, Grey Eagle Resort and Mount Royal University
Who: Anyone in Education who is in leadership of an IT department in K-12 or Post-Secondary