NERCOMP Annual Conference
March 27–29, 2017
Providence, Rhode Island
When we come together, we can do transformative things. The NorthEast Regional Computing Program (NERCOMP) has brought together our innovative and committed community for more than 60 years. From the frontline staff all the way up to the CIO, we have created communities of faculty, researchers, learners, and institutions.View All Sessions
The NERCOMP Annual Conference plays a pivotal role in bringing this special community together--connecting peers, sharing successes (and struggles), and enhancing our collective learning.
In 2017, you can expect to see additional opportunities to collaborate and network with your colleagues. Here are just a few of the conference highlights you can expect (see the Agenda page for more details):
- Keynote Presentation: Robot Ethics and the Future of Human-Robot Interaction, Kate Darling, Research Specialist, MIT
- Communities of Practice meetings held before the conference on Monday afternoon. Topics include: Women in IT; IT Communications; Information Security; Digital Librarians; Student Employees; and Teaching and Learning.
- Two new conference tracks: Transforming the Student Experience and Data-Driven Decision Making
- A first-timers table (Tuesday breakfast) where newcomers to the conference can meet and network. In addition, a Program Committee or Board member will join the table to offer tips to help first-timers optimize their conference experience.
Registration is now open!
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The NERCOMP Annual Conference program is created from member-driven content organized across key IT tracks.
The North East Regional Computing Program, Inc. (NERCOMP) is an association partner with EDUCAUSE and supports IT innovation and leadership in educational institutions across the Northeastern United States.
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The NERCOMP Annual Conference will begin Tuesday, March 28 and conclude on Wednesday, March 29.