"CONNECTING KIDS TO COLLEGE AND CAREER"
May 1-3, 2013
San Diego | OMNI Hotel
Registration is now available for the
SPRING 2013 DATA SUMMIT!
The PESC Spring 2013 Data Summit takes place Wednesday May 1-3, 2013 beginning at 7:30am with continental breakfast and registration, includes PESC's Annual Spring Reception and Annual Membership Meeting and concludes by noon on Friday May 3, 2013.
$450 PESC Member
$795 Non Member
After April 1, 2013, Regular registration fees become effective:
$650 PESC Member
$945 Non Member
Data Summits focus on open, collaborative, community development, integration & implementation, maintenance and exchange of data and data standards. Access, overall connectivity, data quality and political factors that drive education systems and technology are also discussed.
All Concurrent and General Summit Sessions and events are open to all registered attendees and dress code is business casual. Transparent collaboration, engaging discussions, awareness of technical resources and best practices, identification of emerging technologies, new business contacts, & tips from experts of leading community organizations can be expected.
In continuing its mission of leading and governing community-based collaboration, the Spring 2013 Data Summit is held in partnership with the AACRAO SPEEDE Committee, the Common Education Data Standards (CEDS) Initiative & Consortium, InCommon & the US Department of Education.
Sessions at the Spring 2013 Data Summit will be held on the following efforts and topics. Please check the PESC website for program and agenda updates.
− Academic ePortfolio
− Common Data Services Task Force and EDexchange
− EA2 Task Force, InCommon and CommIT
Board, Committees & User Groups
− Technical Advisory Board
− Education Record User Group
− Canadian PESC User Group
− CEDS User Group
General Session Topics
SCOTT GILLIE, Executive Director, Encouragement Services, Inc. & President, Alliance of Career Resource Professionals (ACRP)
National Data Initiatives
MAUREEN MATTHEWS WENTWORTH, Program Director, Education Data and Information Systems, Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO)
Student eDentity: ePortfolios and Beyond!
JOHN C. ITTELSON, PH.D., Director of Communication, Collaboration, and Outreach, California Virtual Campus; Professor Emeritus California State University Monterey Bay
HELEN L. CHEN, PH.D., Center for Design Research, Office of the Registrar, Stanford University
Canadian Transcript Exchange Network
BILL MCKEE, Director of Operations, Ontario College Application Service (OCAS) & Chair, PESC Canadian User Group
EdExchange: Enabling Common Data Exchange for California in the 21st Century
TIM CALHOON, Technology Center Director, Office of the Chancellor, California Community Colleges
JEFFREY ALDERSON, Senior Director of Product Innovation, ConnectEDU
SHAWN BAY, Founder & CEO, eScholar
CEDS, IPEDS & SLDS
JACK BUCKLEY, PH.D., Commissioner, National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), Institute of Education Sciences (IES), US Department of Education
HANS L'ORANGE, Vice President, State Higher Education Executive Officers (SHEEO)
TONY ROMANO, Director of IT, National Student Clearinghouse
Common Identity & Trust (CommIT) Collaborative
TIM CAMERON, Project Manager, Internet2
CHARLES LEONHARDT, Chief Technology Officer, Georgetown University
SHEL WAGGENER, Senior Vice President, Internet2
MICHAEL SESSA, President & CEO, PESC
For hotel reservations, please contact the hotel directly by phone or make online reservations through the hotel's online site:
OMNI San Diego Hotel
675 L Street
San Diego CA 92102
Online Hotel Reservation
The rate is $199 per night single/double in the "PESC" Group.
The hotel cut-off date for discounted group rate is April 1, 2013.
Dress code is business casual.
Cancellation and refund requests must be made in writing (e.g. email) and will be processed 30 days after the Spring 2013 Data Summit concludes. Any person who registers and decides not to attend MUST send a formal cancellation request - otherwise payment is due. Requests made by April 5, 2013 may be considered for a refund upon request. Any request made after April 5, 2013 is not eligible for a refund regardless of the registrant's attendance. Refund and/or cancellation requests must be submitted to:
Membership Services Director
1250 Connecticut Ave, NW
Washington, DC 20036
Requests may also be sent by email to Jennifer.Kim@PESC.org.
PESC requires that all speakers, moderators, chairs and attendees of Data Summits register and pay to attend Data Summits. PESC thanks all speakers and is grateful for their efforts in volunteering to provide updates and presentations. Only in rare instances, however (that is if a speaker is only attending a Data Summit for a specific session or presentation), can registration fees be waived and only by the PESC office.
American Higher Education: Second to None?
How We Must Change to Meet 21st Century Imperatives
Wednesday May 1, 2013
noon - 1:30pm
Paul E. Lingenfelter
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