[Micronet] IT Summit Session Proposals Due Thursday
We are excited to see a number of proposals rolling in for folks interested in presenting at the IT Summit on Tuesday, May 24. Presenting at the summit is a great way to share knowledge and experience on how you and your team are Building the Future of IT at UC Berkeley. As a reminder, there are several different ways to be involved and proposals are due this Thursday, March 31.
Session ideas include:
Collaborative work between IT organizations that provide expanded or new services to campus.
New tools, techniques, and/or resources you’ve developed.
The benefits of new and emerging technologies that will move our campus forward.
Birds of a Feather
Breakout Session Presentations
An unfacilitated chat on topics you would like to discuss. We welcome your suggestions for meetups to have conversations related to the IT Summit's theme.
Poster sessions and/or table-top demonstrations showcasing examples of how you are helping to Build the Future of IT.
Presentation formats are flexible: panel discussions, open forums, and hands-on workshops focusing on innovative solutions that are being implemented at UC Berkeley.
Submit your proposal today and you will be notified about whether your submission has been accepted on Monday, April 11. The IT Summit Committee will contact presenters soon thereafter with more details. If you have any questions, thoughts, or ideas about the IT Summit, please contact Michelle-Elizabeth Valle at [hidden email].
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