The largest Higher Education IT event of the year, EDUCAUSE 2013 takes place in Anaheim, California October 15-18. We will be there along with about 5,000 key decision makers from the United States, Canada, and around the world.
If you are planning to attend, visit the Cisco team at booth #601, where we will showcase our Connected Learning solutions for higher education. Stop by and learn how to use your campus network infrastructure to save money, improve efficiency, enhance safety and security, and prepare the next-generation workforce.
Join us for demonstrations and presentations by education technology experts, including:
- Video-enabled Teaching and Learning
- Collaboration using Cisco TelePresence
- Mobile Learning solutions
- Desktop Virtualization and Data Center Solutions
- Campus Safety & Security
In fact, attend a brief presentation in our mini-theater in booth #601 and you could win a FlipPro HD Video Camera. If you visit Cisco and our Desktop Virtualization partners VMware and Citrix, you’ll be entered to win a $250 AMEX gift card!
We’re also excited that our friends at Utah State University will be presenting a session at this year’s event:
Utah State University: Creating a Successful Distance Learning Environment
Thursday, October 17, 2013 1:30 pm-2:20 pm | Room Meeting Room 207B
Speaker: Dr. Robert Wagner, Vice-Provost, Utah State University
Dr. Wagner will describe how USU delivers nearly 400 distance education courses weekly to students across the state. ensures equal access to educational resources in even the most remote locales, encourages collaboration and community-building among students, and supports non-traditional and adult students with a curriculum tailored to their unique needs.
Contact your Cisco representative for more details and information on additional Cisco activities at Educause. We’re looking forward to seeing you in Anaheim!
really very excited so know more about how they will be presenting the session for this year.
it is good to know this university is creating distance learning environment.
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