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Call for the EUNIS 2017 Dørup E-learning Award

Call for the EUNIS 2017 Dørup E-learning Award

The deadline for entries for this year’s award is 5th March. The award is given for outstanding and innovative application of information technology (IT) in an educational setting. Find out more about the judging criteria and the application process here.
Entry is open to all EUNIS members so if you or any of your colleagues have an innovation you are particularly proud of then tell us about it and submit your paper here.

Registration for the EUNIS benchmarking survey BM2016 open

BencHEIT survey BM2016

 The BencHEIT 2016 survey measures and compares the volumes and cost levels of IT at various organisational levels in European Higher Education Institutions (HEI).

BencHEIT is the first serious European level effort to create a survey which would be meaningful and useful in the European Higher Education context. BencHEIT works on the basis of voluntary work and total openness – every participating university or higher education institute can see all the data of all other participants, but commercial use of the data is prohibited.

Join the survey now

The next round of BenchHEIT BM2016 has already started. Please, find video instructions on how to sign up and an introduction to the survey itself here. The survey form is in Excel and you are requested to finish the data collection until 20th of April 2017.  For a first-timer it takes about 10 working days, but the process gets easier every year.

Please, register by clicking on the blue button below, and fill in the information required in the e-mail. This way we can ensure we have the right contact information. Anyone is welcome to join, and participation is totally free of charge.

Register here for the survey

Coming up

The analysis will be ready in May 2017 and the results will be presented at the EUNIS 2017 Annual Congress in Munster 7- 9th of June 2017. There will be also a whole day workshop held in Lisbon, Portugal in December 2017.

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EUNIS 2017: registration now open!

EUNIS 2017: registration now open!

Registration for EUNIS 2017 is now open! Register early for the reduced fee and save  €100. Early bird offer ends April 30, 2017. To book your place please visit the Congress website.

  • Early Bird (by April 30, 2017), EUNIS Member: €450,  EUNIS non-Member: €550
  • Standard, EUNIS Member: €550, EUNIS non-Member: €650
  • Late registration (after May 31, 2017): €700
  • Additional Gala Dinner Ticket: €85

The fee includes participation in the entire Congress (7-9 June 2017), the social events,  a shuttle service to Düsseldorf Airport, a public transport ticket for the duration of the event and all Congress materials.

Congress Scope

This Congress presents an opportunity for sharing of experience amongst international specialists, users, researchers, decision-makers, and teaching staff from all over Europe. The event provides an ideal audience to present and publish the latest results of research, development, and deployment of Information Technology in HEIs. Submissions are invited under one of the six tracks below:

  • Leadership & Management
  • ICT Infrastructure & Security
  • Learning, Teaching and Student Experience
  • Software Development
  • OpenX & Interoperability
  • New Ideas & Innovative Concepts

Read more information here

Call for papers deadline is March 5, 2017. The submission may contain an extended abstract only. A full paper submission is optional but if the author/s wish to apply for any of the awards a full paper must be submitted. All submitted papers/abstracts will go through a reviewing processes carried out by the Scientific Committee. All accepted abstracts from all tracks and the submitted full papers will be published in the Congress Proceedings. More information here.

Conference Contact:

Looking forward to welcoming you in Münster!
EUNIS 2017 Congress Team

Opening session: EUNIS Students Mobility Task Force

Opening session: EUNIS Students Mobility Task Force

We would like to schedule an online meeting for the second week of March 2017 to continue the tasks initiated by the Students Mobility Task Force.

In this meeting we will:

  • Review the conclusions of the last meetings
  • Present the study about the set of projects for the students’ mobility
  • Work on the guidelines of the Task Force
  • Talk about the set up of the EUNIS pre-congress workshop 2017 at the University of Münster, Germany

We will send you further information soon. In the meantime, if you have any questions regarding this meeting, please do not hesitate to contact Carmen Diaz, the Task Force Leader at

The HOLA Cloud Roadmap – identify the major challenges

The HOLA Cloud Roadmap – identify the major challenges

The HOLA Cloud roadmap compiles the opinion of ICT experts to assess how CLOUD Computing will develop over the next years.

Basing on the experts’ opinions the roadmap tries to identify which long-term developments are needed on basis of the overall research and development trends both in industry and academy, as well as market trends that indicate how the requirements and market needs will develop.

The Roadmap has now been published as a living document on HOLA Cloud website, where the key topics and the individual aspects are presented in full detail and opened to discussion. In regular intervals, the comments will be analysed and the roadmap updated accordingly. On behalf of euroCRIS (the partner of the project) we encourage  to contribute to the HOLA Cloud Roadmap.

Contribute to the HOLA Cloud Roadmap

Hola Cloud received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. The project targets to establish effective mechanisms for efficient collaboration among the members of the Software, Services and Cloud Computing community.