Did you know that WMU was the first university in the nation to require basic computer literacy for all students? The Department of Business Information Systems is celebrating 30 years—to be kicked off at the 10th Western Michigan IT Forum at Western Michigan University.
The Department of Business Information Systems is hosting the event on November 2 at the Fetzer Center—this year's theme is "Information to Communication."
The Forum will include two keynote speakers and six concurrent paper presentations, along with a speed networking session.
Attendees will surely leave with a better understanding of the way technology has impacted communication and how communication can enhance business and academic environments. Registration is required.
This year's Keynote speakers are:
Tim Dechant, Director of Technology at the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, who has a background in the administrative, developmental, and operational aspects of technology.
John Hill, Higher Education Evangelist at LinkedIn, who works with higher education professionals around the world on social media skills.
For more information, or to register for the forum, please follow the links below:
WMICH.EDU—IT FORUM WEBSITE
HAWORTH NEWS— IT FORUM