GusDay 2012 IT Conference
GusDay is the Minnesota Private College Consortium's (MPCC) annual user services, network, servers, teaching, and learning technology conference day. The purpose of the conference is to share, learn, and connect with IT colleagues among peer institutions.
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GusDay 2012 will be Friday, February 3, 2012. Please reserve all day to take in all the great presentations.
Registration is now closed.
Theme: Get SMART
The theme for GusDay 2012 is Get SMART - Social Mobile Agile Resourceful Teams.
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A mobile version of the conference schedule is available at mobile.stolaf.edu/gusday
GusDay began as a brain-child of the MPCC IT directors at one of the meetings in 1999. Bruce Aarsvold at Gustavus Adolphus College, through the dedicated help of Tami Aune and Melanie Rice, along with Joel Cooper at Carleton College were the visionaries for this event. Gustavus hosted the first two successful conferences in 2000 and 2002. Macalester and Carleton, respectively, hosted the next two events in 2003 and 2004. The consortium has maintained the name GusDay as a tradition and in appreciation of the host institution that birthed the event. St. Olaf College is honored and excited to host the eleventh annual GusDay 2012 conference.