Join Zoom at Educause 2022

October 25-28, 2022

Join us at this year’s Educause conference! With a mix of workshops, sessions, and booth demos, this is your chance to see how teaching and learning come together on Zoom.

We’ll explore topics like connecting communication streams via cloud telephony or using Zoom to augment existing resources for students. Whether you are joining our sessions, scheduling a meeting or visiting our booth, we look forward to connecting with you!

Join Zoom at Educause 2022

Visit Zoom Booth #1924

Visit Zoom Booth #633

  • Discover our cloud telephony solution

    Check out Zoom Phone in action to see how a modern phone solution can transform communications at your institution.

  • Explore LMS/LTI Integration capabilities

    Zoom can integrate directly with existing learning management systems to provide a seamless, connected classroom experience.

  • Future-proof classrooms for the modern era

    Design the hybrid classroom of your dreams and learn new ways to capture student engagement.

Customer Reception

Customer Reception

Please join us on Wednesday, October 26th at Lucky Strike Denver for an evening of socializing and networking!

Enjoy refreshments, food, and games with fellow Educause attendees and team members from both Zoom and Class!

Find out more information and RSVP here.

Must See Sessions

  • Pre-Conference Workshop
  • Highlighted Sessions
Tuesday, October 25th8:30am - 11:30am(Mountain Time Zone)180 min

Creating a Competitive Edge Using Unified Communications

Ted Brodheim, CIO Advisor, Zoom, Dr. Lance Ford, Educator and Hybrid Learning Evangelist, Zoom, Dr. Jocelyn Widmer, Assistant Provost for Academic Innovation, Texas A&M, Tain Barzso, Product Manager, Zoom, Emil Delgado, Associate Vice President for Information Technology, Grand Valley State University
Institutions looking to differentiate themselves in a competitive environment are under constant pressure to modernize and improve campus-wide communications and collaborative learning. By simplifying IT management, increasing efficiencies, and replacing legacy technology platforms, colleges and universities can enhance the student experience and simultaneously reduce cost and security vulnerabilities. The workshop will include presentations by officials from several colleges and universities and feature open discussions regarding Zoom’s future roadmap, support for hybrid work environments, best practices, and cloud telephony as essential element of the campus IT puzzle.
Wednesday, October 26th11:15 - 12:00 p.m.(Mountain Time Zone)45 min

Hybrid Learning At Scale: Digital Transformation of Classrooms and Learning Modalities

Jess Evans, COO and Deputy CIO, Arizona State University, Matt Gunkel, CIO, University of California, Riverside, Ted Brodheim, CIO Advisor, Zoom
The pandemic changed education and the adoption of technology. Faculty, staff, and students are not the same people we sent home two years ago. Arizona State University and UC Riverside used a combination of technologies to support the adoption of online learning before, during, and after the pandemic. We’ll review how these institutions used their innovation history, combined with design thinking and cutting-edge solutions, to transform classroom technology-use and administrative processes on campus.
Friday, October 28th9:45 - 10:30am(Mountain Time Zone)45 min

Catapulting Telecom into the Modern Age at a Small Liberal Arts College

JD Mills, Manager, Digital Campus, Davidson College, Ted Brodheim, CIO Advisor, Zoom
This summer, after months of discovery and deliberation, Davidson College migrated its telecom services from a traditional, on-premises VoIP solution to Zoom Phone. The story of that migration has all of the twists, turns, and lessons learned one might expect. From automating nomadic E911 and improving compliance, to surveying shifting user device preferences, to supply chain challenges, we’ll explore how one small college managed to pull it off with a small, agile team and lots of elbow grease.
Friday, October 28th9:45 - 10:30am(Mountain Time Zone)45 min

Thomas More’s Hybrid Classrooms: From Emergency Backup to ‘Advanced Hybrid’

Jan Bleyen, Educational advisor and innovator, Project lead, Thomas More University College, Mia De Wilde, Director ICTS, Infrastructure & Facilities, Thomas More University College, Tom Segers, Program Manager, Thomas More University College
The successive COVID-19 waves forced many of us to explore hybrid teaching and learning. Learn how the departments of ICTS and Education & Innovation joined forces in establishing the first hybrid classrooms at Thomas More University of Applied Sciences in September 2020, how they applied their lessons learned into new and improved hybrid classroom setups and teaching models in September 2021, and what their plans for the future are.

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