CANHEIT 2012 “Building the Digital University”
June 10 - 13, 2012
With a focus on IT issues of interest to Canadian universities and colleges, CANHEIT brings together staff, managers, and senior administrators who are responsible for management and evolution of their campus information systems, learning systems, and technology infrastructure.
At CANHEIT 2012 you will:
- Network with peers who share similar interests.
- Share your vision of the digital university.
- Discover ideas to solve today’s challenges.
Universities are reliant on information technology (IT) for almost everything they do – teaching, learning, research, administration, communication and planning. IT influences, enables and even transforms these and other university activities. IT is integral to a university’s success.
Take advantage of this opportunity to help us re-imagine, reinvent, and innovate in a climate of constant change and challenge. Help us, together, build the digital university.
The University of Saskatchewan and Saskatoon
The University of Saskatchewan, situated on the picturesque banks of the South Saskatchewan River in beautiful Saskatoon, is pleased to welcome you from June 10 – 13, 2012 for the 10th annual CANHEIT conference. As a leader in teaching, learning, research and innovation, U of S offers a unique combination of liberal arts, science, agriculture, engineering, health sciences, and other professional colleges and programs. Home to two of eight national research laboratories in Canada, the Canadian Light Source and the International Vaccine Centre, U of S has graduated 141,000 alumni over its 105-year history.
Saskatoon, also known as, “the city of bridges”, is home to 224,000 people and is one of the fastest growing cities in Canada. Named one of Canada’s cultural cities in 2006, Saskatoon is metropolitan and urban
CUCCIO is Canada’s community of IT leaders in higher education, working together to help Canadian universities excel through the innovative and effective use of IT at our own universities and in higher education across Canada, through information-sharing, collaboration and advocacy. Incorporated in 2006, CUCCIO is the evolution of almost 40 years of collaboration among provincial and regional associations of computing services directors. Today, we number more than 50 member universities – large and small, Canada-wide – and we continue to grow.