Campus Pipeline Presents a Free Web Services Seminar August 2 in Baton Rouge
WHO: Presidents, provosts, CIOs, and other executives responsible for technology decisions from all sizes and types of higher education institutions.
WHAT: A free seminar that will bring together industry analysts, technology executives, and peers for a morning of presentations and discussions about how higher education institutions are gaining competitive advantage, better managing their brand, and delivering quick portal deployments with a solid return on investment. The agenda includes a:
·Keynote address from Kenneth Green, founder/director of The Campus Computing Project, on technology issues affecting American higher education
·Perspective on the value of implementing a unified digital campus from Janice Forsstrom, CFO of North Shore Community College
·Briefing with Campus Pipeline on how higher education institutions are using portal technology for aggregating content and Web services.
WHEN/WHERE: Friday, August 2, 2002 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. CDT C. B. Pennington, Jr. Conference Center 2323 Kenilworth Parkway in Baton Rouge, La.
WHY: Higher education institutions are striving to provide tech-savvy students with a single point of access to all the information, applications, and services that they have grown to expect, while maintaining campus-wide operational efficiency in a time of decreasing technology budgets. Campus Pipeline’s free seminar will discuss how colleges and universities can consolidate their online resources and offer constituents improved administrative, and academic support while ensuring a solid return on investment.
CONTACT: To register or for more information, please visit www.campuspipeline.com/seminar or contact Ryan Lufkin at 888.682.7473, ext. 262.