Emergency Notification Systems

Tuesday, March 18 | 4:30PM–5:30PM | Camelot/Third Floor
Session Type: Professional Development
Emergency notification systems are no longer an optional service. Many campuses are exploring how information technologies might play a critical role in creating and maintaining campus-wide notification systems for emergency and other communications. Who makes the decisions? Who decides the policies for their use? Who buys off-the-shelf systems and who creates their own? Three different campuses will share their experiences and lessons learned. Bring your experiences, thoughts, and questions to this valuable conversation.

NOTE: You may prepare in advance for this conversation by reviewing the resources gathered by the Net@EDU Converged Communications Working Group:http://connect.educause.edu/term_view/Emergency+Notification+Systems


  • Patrick Gossman

    Deputy CIO, Wayne State University
  • Daren Hubbard

    Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer, Princeton University
  • Loren Malm

    Vice President for Information Technology and CIO, Ball State University
  • Carol McDonald

  • Todd Meister

    Assistant Vice President-Chief Enterprise Architect, Ball State University
  • Kyle Parker

    Sr Software Engineer for Developing Technologies, Ball State University

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