St. Cloud State University is honored to host the 16th annual ResNet Symposium in St. Cloud, MN from June 26-30, 2009. The ResNet Symposium offers attendees a variety of opportunities to learn about new technologies, investigate support models, develop staff management techniques, discuss academic initiatives, and interact with peers and colleagues. The Symposium brings together administrators and student technology specialists who plan, purchase, implement and support student and residential technologies from public and private institutions in the US, Canada and abroad.
Check out our preview video!
Please stop back often, more information is being continuously posted! Please feel free to send questions and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The session videos are linked off the Schedule and Program pages. You can also find associated presentation materials, if available. There are still a couple videos left to be added, which should be available early next week. Also, please note that not everyone agreed to be recorded.
Check out our closing video.
Don't forget to evaluate your sessions. This can be done online here
A big welcome to everyone that is here. We hope your stay is enjoyable.
A big part of the Symposium, which is mostly coordinated on-site, are the BOFs (Birds of a Feather). This is a chance to get together with collegues to discuss specific topics in an informal group setting. You can view the schedule for current BOFs here as well as submit a new BOF.
The first of our weekly newsletters leading up to ResNet Symposium 2009 is now available. This issue includes updated information about our program as well as a few common "Minnesota-isms"... to help you understand us better!
Please watch for future newsletters and check this site for updates!
Registration for ResNet 2009 is now live!
The Website has been updated to include information on Sunday afternoon activities with several great ways to spend a free afternoon in St Cloud and Minneapolis. We have also expanded the site to include information about our facilities, the Professional Development Seminars (PDS) and a link to Twitter for ResNet 2009.
In addition to our standard housing, we have secured a limited number of rooms in our air-conditioned residence hall that will be available on a first-come, first-served basis, so early registration is advised. To see more about our housing options, view the Website at the link above.
We are looking forward to seeing all of you June 26-30 at St Cloud State University in St Cloud, Minnesota!
The ResNet Program Committee is now accepting program proposals for the ResNet 2009 Symposium. You can submit a proposal at the submission site: http://www.resnetsymposium.org/rspm/. If you’d like to learn more about the presentation themes you can find the descriptions on the ResNet Wiki: http://resnetsymposium.org/wiki/index.php/Program_Themes.