OUTC15: Call for Proposals now open!

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OUTC15: Call for Proposals now open!

We hope that your calendars are marked for March 1-5, 2015 and you've started on your base tan for sunny Newport Beach because we’re gearing up to bring you another spectacular OmniUpdate User Training Conference! We’re excited to catch up and share with you all the things that make OU Campus great. And, for your participation, you can receive up to a 100% discount on OUTC15 registration!

Has OU Campus helped you do something amazing at your institution? Do you have expertise about a web-related topic? Would you like to share tips and tricks that make your job easier? This is your chance to show off your web projects, impart your wisdom, and connect with your higher ed peers. Check out the Call for Proposal web page for ideas, and submit before the deadline.

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Read what your peers have to say about presenting at OUTC:

C. Daniel Chase, The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga:

“While I’ve been presenting on web-related topics for many years at HighEdWeb, presenting at OUTC gave me the opportunity to focus my attention. Instead of having to plan a presentation that was of interest to a very broad audience, I could speak on a subject that the audience and I had in common: OU Campus. The OmniUpdate user community is very open to sharing how we accomplish our goals with our websites. So, sharing UTC’s experience with implementing and launching our new site in OU Campus felt very natural. Everyone benefits from our shared experiences.”

Robin Kelly, The University of Texas at Tyler:

“Attending the OmniUpdate Training Conference is the highlight of my year and presenting at OUTC is the icing on the cake! I know how much I learn by attending user training sessions, so I put as much as I can into bringing good information to my peers. The opportunity to take advantage of the free conference is also an added plus.”

Xiadong (Eric) Li, Wharton County Junior College:

"Not only was the presentation a good learning process for my audience, but also for myself. The feedback, comments, and suggestions from my audience have prompted me to improve our practice with OU Campus implementation."

Need more convincing? Get a glimpse of what you can expect at the 2015 OmniUpdate User Training Conference!

Please submit your presentation for consideration by Friday, October 17th.

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