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Five things you should do at Educause Annual Conference 2019

Educause’s 2019 Annual Conference is here. The event will bring a veritable four-day smorgasbord of knowledge for educators and industry professionals looking to catch up on the latest innovations and new ideas at the intersection of higher education and technology. The conference features more than 300 sessions and 800 presenters who will be sharing their expertise and also networking with attendees, some of Educause’s more than 16,000 active members. With so much happening at once, it’s impossible to see everything — even with Educause’s handy online agenda, conference guide and mobile app. Colin Wood has your preview here.

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