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EUNIS 2018: registration now open!

Registration for the EUNIS 2018 Annual Congress is now open! Register early for the reduced fee and save €100Early bird offer ends April 30, 2018. To book your place please visit the Congress website.
The EUNIS Annual Congress with the theme “EUNIS 2018 – Coming of Age in the Digital World” will take place on 6th – 8th of June 2018 in Paris, France. Please, bear in mind some interesting workshops and seminars are planned to be held on Tuesday, June 5, 2018.

  • Early Bird (by April 30, 2018), EUNIS Member: €450,  EUNIS non-Member: €550
  • Standard  EUNIS Member: €550, EUNIS non-Member: €650
  • Late registration (after May 31, 2018): €700
  • Additional Social Events ticket for June 5-7, 2018: €100

We are looking forward to welcoming you in Paris!

5th of June: save the date for the EUNIS pre-Congress workshops

The registration for the EUNIS 2018 Congress will open soon but you can already save the date of 5th of June for the pre-Congress workshops and seminars:

  • Designing learning experiences in a digital age

Technology enhanced learning no longer means making text-based resources available in digital format. Our challenge in the digital age is to design experiences that enhance learning. We want to achieve student-centered active learning. This involves pedagogic design skills and consideration of the physical learning space. We have the means to ensure our designs are informed by analytics about learners and the curriculum if we have the wisdom to make good use of the data.

Hear from experts in the field and participate in a hands-on workshop using a tried and tested approach to effective, data-informed learning design.

Timing: Tuesday 5th June 10:00 – 17:00
Venue: Centre de conférences de Sorbonne Université, campus Jussieu

  • Ready for the digital age

More and more each day, students are demanding for processes that can be carried out online and can provide them with the ability to obtain information almost immediately. In this scenario, the need to digitize processes is important to allow administrative tasks to be done more efficiently and to facilitate the exchange of information autonomously without the need to take into account academic calendars or time zones. In this aspect, different initiatives have been put into practice and are currently functioning allowing higher education institutions to offer higher quality services to their students, in addition to being aligned with the needs of those who are digital natives.

The objective of the workshop is to present the projects focused on the exchange of data within the framework of student mobility, and to know first-hand the future of these projects, as well as to share experiences and opinions.

Timing: Tuesday 5th June 10:00 – 17:00
Venue: Centre de conférences de Sorbonne Université, campus Jussieu

  • European Student Card Project – joint conference

The Final conference of the European Student Card project is a part of the implementation of the Strategic Partnership, co-funded by the European Union, as a dissemination conference.

The conference will focus on disseminating the results of the Strategic partnership project and the perspectives of generalization of the European Student card, as well as the development of services linked to the card.

As a part of the meeting the EUNIS Student Card Task Force and the European Student Card Team organise the workshops on:

  • Presentation of the results of the pilot project
  • Experiences and challenges of the implementation in different campuses (EUCOR – the European campus, Campus Card Berlin,
  • The usage of the ESC: results of the different working groups: payment systems, libraries, Erasmus mobility, and partnership with Erasmus without paper project, student records from Emrex project, etc…
  • Perspectives of generalization in Europe and development of services

Timing: Tuesday 5th June

More information soon.

Read more here.

EUNIS 2018 deadline for submissions extended till 5th of March 2018

The call for papers is open and the deadline for submissions is extended till 5th of March 2018 for the EUNIS Annual Congress with the theme “EUNIS 2018 – Coming of Age in the Digital World” that will take place on 6th – 8th of June 2018 back to Paris where EUNIS was founded 25 years ago! There are also some pre-Congress workshops planned for 5th of June.

The Congress presents an opportunity for sharing of experience amongst international specialists, users, researchers, decision-makers, and teaching staff from across Europe. The event provides an ideal forum to present and publish the latest results of research, development, and deployment of Information Technology in Higher Education Institutions (HEIs).

The call for papers is open and submissions are invited under one of the six tracks below:

Leadership & Management

  • IT Funding Models/Overcoming Challenges
  • Managing the Digital Transformation
  • Institutional Analytics and Business Intelligence
  • Benchmarking
  • Strategic Decision Making
  • Business Process Re-engineering
  • IT Workforce Hiring, Development and Retention

ICT Infrastructure & Security

  • Infrastructure and Networks
  • BYOD
  • Internet of Things/Smart Campus
  • Cloud Computing and Services
  • Student Card Services
  • Information Security
  • Public Key Infrastructure – the new EU regulatory environment and beyond
  • Secure and Seamless Cross-Border Electronic Transactions – eID
  • Data Retention Policies and Best Practices
  • Back Office Solutions
  • ERPs in Higher Education

Learning, Teaching and Student Experience

  • Student Mobility
  • Learning design and ICT
  • Digital Classroom and Learning Spaces
  • Mobile Technology and the Learner Experience
  • Learning Analytics
  • Student Success Technology
  • Social Media within Teaching & Learning
  • Technology and Best practices in Assessment
  • MOOCs and Online Education

Software Development

  • Software as a Service
  • Mobile Apps for Higher Education
  • Enterprise Application Integration
  • Open Software – Migration Plans – Best Practices
  • Agile Methodologies and Development Best Practices
  • Blockchain in Higher Education

OpenX & Interoperability

  • Open Corporate Data in Higher Education
  • Open Education Resources and Open Courseware
  • Student Mobility
  • Reusable Learning Objects and Experimentation
  • Standards & European Interoperability

ICT in Research

  • Open Access and Digital Publishing
  • Open Research Data
  • Open Science & Linked Data
  • Research Information Management
  • Research Information Standards
  • Research Information Systems

Read more information on the call for papers here.

 

EUNIS 2018: deadline for submissions extended till 19th of February 2018

Due to numerous requests to prolong the deadline for submitting the papers for the EUNIS 2018 Congress, the Organisers have decided to extend it till 19th of February 2018.

EUNIS Annual Congress with the theme “EUNIS 2018 – Coming of Age in the Digital World” will take place on 6th – 8th of June 2018 back to Paris where EUNIS was funded 25 years ago! There are also some pre-Congress workshops planned for 5th of June. 

The Congress presents an opportunity for sharing of experience amongst international specialists, users, researchers, decision-makers, and teaching staff from across Europe. The event provides an ideal forum to present and publish the latest results of research, development, and deployment of Information Technology in Higher Education Institutions (HEIs). The call for papers is open and submissions are invited under the six tracks below:
  • Leadership & Management
  • ICT Infrastructure & Security
  • Learning, Teaching and Student Experience
  • Software Development
  • OpenX & Interoperability
  • ICT in Research

Read more information on the call for papers here.

EUNIS 2018 Annual Congress: call for papers now open!

EUNIS (European University Information Systems organisation) is happy to announce a call for papers for its 2018 Annual Congress with the theme “EUNIS 2018 – Coming of Age in the Digital World”.

The Congress will take place on 6th – 8th of June 2018 back to Paris where EUNIS was founded 25 years ago! Please, notice there are also some pre-Congress workshops planned for 5th of June. More information will be available soon.

The Congress presents an opportunity for sharing of experience amongst international specialists, users, researchers, decision-makers, and teaching staff from across Europe. The event provides an ideal forum to present and publish the latest results of research, development, and deployment of Information Technology in Higher Education Institutions (HEIs).

The call for papers is now open and submissions are invited under one of the five tracks below:

Leadership & Management 

  • IT Funding Models/Overcoming Challenges
  • Managing the Digital Transformation
  • Institutional Analytics and Business Intelligence
  • Benchmarking
  • Strategic Decision Making
  • Business Process Re-engineering
  • IT Workforce Hiring, Development and Retention

ICT Infrastructure & Security 

  • Infrastructure and Networks
  • BYOD
  • Internet of Things/Smart Campus
  • Cloud Computing and Services
  • Student Card Services
  • Information Security
  • Public Key Infrastructure – the new EU regulatory environment and beyond
  • Secure and Seamless Cross-Border Electronic Transactions – eID
  • Data Retention Policies and Best Practices
  • Back Office Solutions
  • ERPs in Higher Education

Learning, Teaching and Student Experience

  • Student Mobility
  • Learning design and ICT
  • Digital Classroom and Learning Spaces
  • Mobile Technology and the Learner Experience
  • Learning Analytics
  • Student Success Technology
  • Social Media within Teaching & Learning
  • Technology and Best practices in Assessment
  • MOOCs and Online Education

Software Development

  • Software as a Service
  • Mobile Apps for Higher Education
  • Enterprise Application Integration
  • Open Software – Migration Plans – Best Practices
  • Agile Methodologies and Development Best Practices
  • Blockchain in Higher Education

OpenX & Interoperability

  • Open Corporate Data in Higher Education
  • Open Education Resources and Open Courseware
  • Student Mobility
  • Reusable Learning Objects and Experimentation
  • Standards & European Interoperability

ICT in Research

  • Open Access and Digital Publishing
  • Open Research Data
  • Open Science & Linked Data
  • Research Information Management
  • Research Information Standards
  • Research Information Systems

Read more information on the call for papers here. The deadline for submissions is 15th of January 2018.