Mark your calendars, set aside your beach towel, and get ready to join your peers in our educational and open-source communities at our first Apereo conference in San Diego, CA this summer.

The North American Apereo Conference (formerly the Jasig & Sakai Conference) is designed to be an international, inclusive event, providing opportunities for community members to:

  • Present perspectives based on institutional experience, access the experience of others, exchange ideas, develop dialogue and form new partnerships
  • Develop an understanding of other areas of the academic enterprise by looking outside of immediate interest areas and contributing to the understanding of commonalities as well as contrasts
  • Organize community-wide, project-based, or institutional discussion, dialogue and practical collaborative work

Join us in Opening Minds to Open Solutions!

News and Announcements

  • Open Apereo 2013 Program Available The preliminary Open Apereo 2013 conference program is now available!  We have a robust and diverse program of over 100 presentations by over 150 speakers representing more than 60 organizations from around the globe.  Come to learn about the latest news and success stories from your colleagues in the Apereo and open source communities.  Presentations will cover projects and topics like Sakai, analytics, CAS, integration, Bedework, blended learning, uPortal, security, uMobile, collaboration, CIFER, BigBlueButton, Kaltura, and much, much more!Open Apereo 2013 The Westin San Diego, CA June 2-7, 2013 FULL PROGRAM: VISUAL PROGRAM:   If you haven't done so already, Please take advantage of the early ...
    Posted May 3, 2013, 5:06 AM by Jim Helwig
  • Keynote Speaker: Theresa Rowe, CIO of Oakland University We are very excited to announce our first keynote for June’s Open Apereo 2013 in San Diego, CA:"Challenges, Encouragement, and Women in IT - Does it Matter?"by Theresa Rowe, Chief Information Officer, Oakland UniversityThere's much in the news about women seeking successful careers in IT.  We read about the lack of young women choosing computer science as a major, at a time when we need more graduates in technical fields.  The news tells us about the challenges women face in technology careers, such as the Adria Richards incident at PyCon.  Finally, Sheryl Sandberg has started a national conversation with her book Lean In:  Women, Work and the Will to Lead .   What are the challenges facing women ...
    Posted Apr 12, 2013, 9:35 AM by John Lewis
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