UBTech

A Conversation with Jim Samels and Jim Martin

University Business readers know Jim Samels and Jim Martin as the coauthors of the long running “Future Shock” column in each issue and online. The column covers a broad range of topics from higher education management and leadership issues to community relations and sustainable thinking.

In June, the pair will be featured speakers at the UBTech conference in Orlando, presenting “Myths and Realities of Campus Sustainability: 10 Questions to Ask Before You Pledge Financial Allegiance to Green Energy and Technology Solutions.”

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Branding Your University to Steal Market Share

At UBTech, marketing and branding expert Tom Dougherty will explain how to change the mindset of a university or college that does not see itself as a business.

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Establishing an IT Project Management Office

At UBTech, John McGuthry, Cal Poly Pomona’s Chief Information Officer, will discuss the challenges associated with establishing a project management office in an information technology focused organization.

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Avoid the Globaloney: Ten Insights for Building a Global Brand Image

At UBTech, Jessica McWade, a higher-ed consultant with Maguire Associates, will discuss how to develop a credible, authentic global brand image in today’s world of vanishing boundaries while avoiding the veneer of a global image, aka “globaloney.”

A Conversation with Tony Bates

Tony Bates is the author of 11 books in the field of online learning and distance education. In addition to his most recent title, Managing Technology in Higher Education: Strategies for Transforming Teaching and Learning (Jossey-Bass/John Wiley & Co. 2011), Bates moderates a widely read blog about online learning and distance education resources at www.tonybates.ca. Popular with audiences at education conferences around the world, Bates will be a featured speaker at UBTech 2013 in Orlando.

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Registration Opens For UBTech 2013, The Annual Higher Ed Tech Leadership Conference From University Business

Registration is now open for UBTech 2013, University Business magazine’s annual higher-ed technology leadership conference, where more than 80 speakers will address the program’s theme of “Vanishing Boundaries; Emerging Opportunities.”

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Registration opens for UBTech 2013, the annual higher ed tech leadership conference from University Business

Registration is now open for UBTech 2013, University Business magazine’s annual higher-ed technology leadership conference, where more than 80 speakers will address the program’s theme of “Vanishing Boundaries; Emerging Opportunities.”

Registration opens for UBTech 2013, the annual higher ed tech leadership conference from University Business

Registration is now open for UBTech 2013, University Business magazine’s annual higher-ed technology leadership conference, where more than 80 speakers will address the program’s theme of “Vanishing Boundaries; Emerging Opportunities.”

SIGS at UBTech 2013

We know that conference programs offer a variety of topics for attendees who want to sample from some of the best and brightest ideas in higher education.

But there are times when deeper discussion is warranted, beyond a breakout session presentation. So this year, for the first time, UBTech (June 10-12 at the Walt Disney World Swan & Dolphin Resort) is launching a program of pre-conference special interest groups (SIGs), on the opening day of the show. It will be a chance for like-minded higher ed professionals to get together and share ideas and collaborate.

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UBTech Conference 2013

Vanishing Boundaries. Emerging Opportunities.

June 10-12, 2013

Orlando, Fla.

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