SummIT 2024 Session Proposal

The Learning Technology Center is excited to bring you SummIT 2024! This one and a half day conference is specifically designed for school technology leaders and we want you to be a part of it. Throughout this conference, we will cover a wide range of topics from cybersecurity, incident response planning, physical security, network infrastructure, and more. 

We're inviting YOU, technology leaders from across the state,  to share the latest trends and best practices that can help other tech leaders achieve their school and district IT goals. Lead presenters will receive complimentary registration to the event. RFP's will close April 15, 2024. Don't delay!

Dates: June 11 & 12, 2024
Location: Campus Instructional Facility, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Questions: Please direct questions to our Technology Services team. 

Interested in presenting and need a topic? Here are a few ideas! 

Accessibility (Websites, videos, digital documents) Microsoft (Licensing, O365, EndPoint Management, InTune, etc.)
AR/VR (Aero, CoSpaces, Oculus, Vive, Immersive, etc.) Network Management
Budget Network Monitoring
Certifications (Google, Microsoft, Security+, Cisco, etc.) O365 Administration
Classroom Management Systems (Blocksi, GoGuardian, LightSpeed, LanSchool Air, etc.) Physical Security (Cameras, Doors, Genetec, etc.)
Cloud Hosting (AWS) Printing (Papercut, Copiers, Manged Services, etc.)
Connectivity (ICN, Hotspots, etc.) Remote Access (RDP, Teamviewer, ISL Online, Chrome Remote Desktop, etc.)
Crisis Apps Servers (Group Policy, Active Directory, Licensing, etc.)
Cybersecurity (Backups, Firewalls, Incident Response, Tabletop Excecises etc.) Streaming (YouTube, Facebook, NFHS Network)
Data Management (SOPPA, scripting, etc.) Switches (HP, Cisco, Command Line/GUI, etc.)
Day in the Life Tech Ticket Platforms (Spiceworks, Freshdesk, IncidentIQ, etc.)
Device Management (Google Workspace, Apple, JAMF, Mosyle, InTune, etc.) Technology Planning / Strategic Planning
Email (SPF, DKIM, DMARC, Gaggle, O365, Bark, GoGuardian Beacon, etc.) User Management
eSports (Starting a Team, Equipment, Coaching, etc.) Virtual Desktops (Parallels, AWS Workspaces, etc.)
Funding for Tech (eRate, etc.) Virtualization (VMWare, HyperV, Scale, etc.)
Google (Licensing, Investigation Tools, User Management, etc.) Website Hosting (Wordpress, Google Sites, SchoolBlocks, etc.)
Google Admin Console Wireless (Ruckus, Extreme Networks, Meraki, etc.)
Instructional Technology Student Information Systems
Makerspaces (Equipment, etc.)   

Presentation Details

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