Georgia State University Tech Trends Conference 2019

Explore Technology at the University and Beyond

Discover emerging trends and exchange ideas about the future of technology in higher education at the Tech Trends Conference.

The Tech Trends Conference brings to campus guest speakers on innovations affecting higher education and industry, along with technology demos and opportunities to connect with colleagues.

In our Morning Session, listen to industry experts share their expertise and discover what’s new in educational technology in 2019.

Stay for our Afternoon Session to see first-hand examples of new technology on campus, and engage in hands-on workshops led by local and Georgia State experts, highlighting new and innovative tools.

Attend Tech Trends

Thursday, August 1, 2019
9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Student Center East
Georgia State University, Downtown Campus
55 Gilmer St. SE Atlanta, GA 30303

Register for Tech Trends 2019 

Present Your Tech at the Tech Crawl
Working with a cool tool or launching a new project? Units across campus are encouraged to share information about new technologies and solutions.

Suggest a Topic 

Discover What’s Next with Morning Tech Talks
Imagine new possibilities and discuss what’s next with talks by speakers across perspectives

The Future of Education is Now: How Georgia State is Leading the Way
Phil Ventimiglia, Chief Innovation Officer at Georgia State University

State Technology Trends
Steve Nichols, Chief Technology Officer at Georgia Technology Authority

Technology Convergence: Digital Systems and Physical Spaces
Michael Miller, Gartner Inc.

Innovation at Georgia State, A Student Perspective
Student Panel

More Speakers and Topics to Be Announced

Experience New Tools at the Tech Crawl & Afternoon Workshops
Check out demos of new campus technologies and discover services coming soon to the university

Spend the afternoon learning new solutions and gaining new toolsets with workshops on topics affecting higher education. Choose from the following workshops.

Mapping and Coding the Academic Genome
Myk Garn, Assistant Vice Chancellor for New Learning Models at the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia

New Technologies for the Student Experience
IIT Application Solutions and University Career Services
Hear how new technologies are helping students through the student experience and find out about technologies to get students career-ready.

Service Now Power Hour
IIT Service Desk

  • Servicenow Tips, Tricks, and Mobile App
    Get the most out of your session
    Learn quick and easy ways to navigate the console, organize your favorites, find information quickly with filters, and many other features that can simplify your day to day. Work away from your desk by accessing applications using the Servicenow App.
  • Servicenow: Reports, and Dashboards
    Get to the heart of your data by building reports and using those reports to provide dashboards for your teams.
    Servicenow provides access to an abundance of data. Learn how to plan and build reports that can be easily shared as stand-alone or through a dashboard. Ensure that your team has the information it needs to be productive.

More Topics to Be Announced

Interested in Presenting at Tech Crawl?
Are you working with a cool tool or launching a new project? Units across campus are encouraged to share information about new technologies and solutions. Featured booths include:

Suggest a topic for Tech Trends.

Suggest a Topic