March is an interesting month. It brings longer days, changes in the weather, and what we call “show season.” In March alone, the three big ERP companies all have their annual user conferences. I always make an effort to be at these conferences because change is norma
This past fall I attended a meeting of representatives from HEUG member institutions in the UK. The meeting was held at Cambridge University. While there we visited a pub or two (as you do). One pub we visited had a sign on the wall listing every proprietor going all the way back to its founding . .
One of the biggest goals for the HEUG is Education. This is the primary purpose for our membership, but with rapidly changing users needs, as well as techology, we need to educate ourselves continuously.
The AA track has a great set of sessions in store for Alliance attendees, but we want to highlight the two pre-conference workshops being offered by AA PAG members. "Customize Your Printer-Friendly (XMLP) Academic Advisement Report without a Developer" and "'Best Practices' for the Academic Adviseme
Dear UK, Dutch, South- African, Middle Eastern, South-American, Australia, New Zealand, and Asian HEUG members. We know you're working on all kinds of innovative projects we still don't know about. If so, don't hesitate to present your project at the Allicance Innovation Track.