What’s Happening at User Group 2016?

User Group 2016 is just around the corner. 

Our theme this year is “Making an Impact” and we’re excited to share content that will drive new ideas at your university. We’ve developed a two-day agenda featuring over 20 sessions ranging from case studies to panel discussions and presentations all focused on a wide range of subject areas relevant to faculty activity reporting and the changing landscape of higher education.

This year we anticipate that over two hundred leaders and university professionals will join us in Milwaukee to be a part of the User Group experienceto learn from each other, the DM team and to build their networks.

We’re proud that our User Group is no run-of-the-mill conference. There are a few things you’ll find set us apart.

  1. We want to hear what you have say. Your feedback and insight is influential to our roadmap and the development of new features so tell us what you’d find helpful and what would make your day-to-day easier.
  2. Each session is actionable. And, every speaker at User Group knows that it’s important to inspire you as well as give you insight into the tools, reports and customization ideas you need to apply directly to your school, university or reporting need.
  3. We want you to learn as much as you can from the best and brightest in higher education. But we also want to make sure you have an equal dose of funget to know your peers, spend some time one-on-one with DMers and enjoy Milwaukee.

We put a great deal of time into curating the absolute best lineup possible, and have officially released our User Group 2016 agenda.

New to Activity Insight? Or want a refresher? Sign up for our one-day “Fast Track to Activity Insight” course on Sunday, October 9. Discover how to successfully use Activity Insight and earn your DM Administrator certification.

Welcoming Our Keynote Speaker, Jeffrey Selingo

Jeffrey Selingo is a New York Times best-selling author, award-winning columnist and a thought leader in higher-education. A regular contributor to the Washington Post, he is the former top editor of The Chronicle of Higher Education, where he worked for 16 years in a variety of reporting and editing roles.

In an exclusive presentation for User Group attendees, Jeffrey will share findings from his latest book There is Life After College. Come learn how young adults need to navigate school with experiences to prepare them for today’s job market.

Don’t miss out! Here’s a glimpse at last year’s User Group.


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