Programs and Tracks

The NERCOMP Annual Conference Online plays a pivotal role in bringing together a community of higher education IT and library professionals to build expertise and share information on the latest issues in the field. This online conference is the place to connect with peers, share successes (and struggles), and enhance our collective learning.

Event Schedule

The event will be held online June 23–25, 2020.

  • Tuesday, June 23 | 8:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m. ET
    Live Sessions and Corporate Exhibits
  • Wednesday, June 24 | Self Guided Exploration
    Corporate Exhibits and On-Demand Content
  • Thursday, June 25 | 8:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m. ET
    Live Sessions and Corporate Exhibits

Explore the conference agenda→


Event Highlights

  • General Session: The general session presenter, Kalimah Priforce, will deliver the session, "Village 2040: Building Healthy Communities in the 'New Jim Code' Era".
  • Live SessionsThe live event will include interactive, live presentations on the current issues and future trends in higher education IT. Explore the agenda→ 
  • On-Demand Content: Much of the 2020 NERCOMP Annual Conference session content will be available on-demand in a variety of formats so you can stay up to date on issues relevant to higher education IT at your convenience. Access to the recorded live sessions and on-demand content will be available for one year after the event concludes. View the on-demand content→ 
  • Corporate Exhibits: Visit the corporate exhibits to connect with innovative solution providers, find products and services that can help you address the current challenges you're facing at your institution, and talk directly with exhibitors using the live chat feature.
  • Virtual Networking: You'll be able to connect with colleagues to discuss, share, and find out how others are meeting today's and tomorrow's challenges through Community Group Discussions and a Social Hour hosted by SHI International Corp. on June 23, 1:45–2:30 p.m. ET.

Program Tracks and Key Topics

The program committee has outlined a series of tracks and key topics they believe will make an interesting and useful program. The program sessions will focus on these key topic areas:

  • Audiovisual and IT Services: Support Models and Practices
  • Data-Driven Decision-Making
  • Leadership and Organizational Development
  • Libraries and Scholarship in the 21st Century
  • Policy, Regulations, and Security
  • Systems and Solutions
  • Teaching and Learning
  • Transforming the Student Experience