About the Event
ucisa is hosting a one-day event for our corporate members, this event is aimed at those companies that are already established in higher education as well as those looking to break into the sector. Attendees will have the opportunity to find out more about what ucisa does, and how they can use their membership to gain greater insight into higher education including the strategic challenges and hot topics facing this unique sector. Anyone from a technology related business that is seeking to engage more effectively in the education sector will benefit from this event.
The programme will include:
- Hot topics and challenges for the HE sector, including an update on the Educause 2020 Strategic Challenges facing HE?
- An update from chair of ucisa Leadership Conference on our plans for 2020 and how technology suppliers can use the event to engage more effectively with the university sector
- A deep dive session - Accessibility, the legislation, the challenges and what it means for the sector
- A panel session of CIOs - What are the driving factors for technology related spending? - How to ensure you engage with the right person, at the right time.
- A panel session of Suppliers
We’d like to encourage all our members to attend and would be delighted to engage with both new and longstanding members.
The event will be run by ucisa for you, our corporate members and therefore we have set a the delegate price of £100 + VAT to cover admin and refreshment costs only. There are limited places, so we recommend booking early to secure your space on the event.
Head of Service Management
Leeds Beckett University
Accessibility and Usability Consultant
Head of Digital Education
University College London
Head of Infrastructure
Mehmet is the Head of Infrastructure at the University of Greenwich and a member of the UCISA London Group Committee. Mehmet provides leadership for the continued development and operations of an innovative, robust, and secure information technology environment throughout the University. After completing his BSc degree, Mehmet started his career as a Data Warehouse Analyst at a large Satellite Communications firm and joined the University five years later in 2008 where he held various roles before heading up the Infrastructure department.