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Join us June 12-16, 2016 in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
We’ve got a great conference lined up. Here are the highlights:

  • Three and one half days of panels, presentations, and roundtable discussions encompassing the full range of technology in higher education
  • Keynote SpeakerRandy Marchany, Information Security Officer, Virginia Tech University
  • Afternoon workshops
  • Annual Business Meeting with Door Prizes
  • Family-Friendly Atmosphere at Ocean Creek Resort
  • Fun Social Activities!  This year we’ll be going to The Carolina Opry, Cirque Extreme!, and a Myrtle Beach Pelicans (minor league baseball) game!

And here are some actual sessions/topics that you can look forward to enjoying at ASCUE 2016:

  • Tools to use in a database class – and best of all they are FREE!
  • iPhone Photography Revisited
  • Broadening Participation in Computing
  • Teaching Information Literacy & Research With Everyday Technology
  • eSports: The New Intercollegiate “Athlete”
  • An ASCUE “Cool Tool” Comes Full Circle
  • Changes in Perspective: When Technology Does and Doesn’t ‘Fit’
  • What’s an Embedded Librarian?
  • The Cogs Are Coming: The Cognitive Augmentation Revolution
  • Shaping Bandwidth learning to love Netflix on campus
  • Developing a Cyber Security Lab
  • Engaging Learners Through Video
  • OER in the Classroom
  • Fighting “Learner Engagement Deficit Disorder” Via Formative Assessment Tech Tools
  • Building a Digital Humanities Community – a Collaboration between Library and IT
  • Watson Analytics for End Users
  • So you are thinking about moving your LMS to the cloud
  • Breathing Life into Business Concepts: Utilizing Simulations in Management Information System
  • Digital Badges: Credentialing Professional Development
  • Components of an Effective Online Course
  • A Case Study in Google Cloud Printing on Campus
  • ASCUE New Member Prospectus Round-table
  • Microsoft Windows 10 Deployment
  • Microsoft Office 365 Deployment
  • Keeping Up with Big Data – Designing an Introductory Data Analytics Class

Start by marking your calendars for June 12-16!  Hope to see you there!