The 2008 Campus Technology Conference is being held in Boston from July 28-31. Here is a description from the conference website:
Campus Technology 2008 welcomes attendees to its 15th annual summer conference, where leading innovators and experts in technology for higher education guide faculty, instructional designers, eLearning program managers, information technologists, and campus administrators into the new realm of teaching and learning in a Web 2.0 world.
This year’s conference offers a blueprint for adapting to the new demands of Web 2.0 teaching and learning, both in and out of the classroom, and explores how educators are coping with the ever-increasing demands on their resources, skills and time. You’ll come away armed with tricks, tips and techniques to survive and thrive in the “Next Gen” educational environment.
This is the one conference that I really wanted to attend but had previous commitments. The good news is that Jay Collier will be providing coverage of the conference through Twitter and a conference coverage wiki (thanks Jay).
I will be following the proceedings and encourage you to do so as well.