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Call for Presentation Proposals

The success of the CHECK conference depends on IT staff providing their best practices, lessons learned, and panel discussions to advance the knowledge of our community.

Below, you will find a list of presentation ideas to get you started. If you already have a topic in mind, you can go straight to the Presentation Proposal Form.

Submissions open starting in December 2023.
Submit Your Proposal

Browse the presentation ideas for examples of topics you might find at a future CHECK conference...

Peer Presentation Ideas

IT Administration

  • IT governance

  • Policy and compliance

  • Cloud service licensing

  • The future of IT

  • Data warehouses

Disaster Recovery

  • Planning for disasters

  • Building a disaster recovery plan

  • Implementing disaster recovery procedures

IT Security

  • Multifactor authentication

  • Security tools

  • FERPA/HIPPA

  • Vulnerabilities

  • Scanning

Applications

  • Identity management

  • Single Sign On (SSO)

  • Enterprise solutions

  • Learning Management Systems

User Services

  • Help desk best practices

  • Asset management

  • Office 365

  • Remote desktop support

  • Monitoring systems

IT Communications

  • Accessibility

  • Websites

  • Social Media

  • Video conferencing and lecture capture

These are just a few ideas...

We want to hear about your innovative projects, implementations of cutting edge technologies, and day-to-day operations. 

Here are a few examples of recent trends:

  • Information technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) and other best practices for managing IT services

  • Open textbook initiatives, and IT involvement

  • IT staffing issues, including Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DEIB)

  • Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR)

  • Mobile self-service, or "Bring Your Own Device" (BYOD) policies

  • Cloud-based services, including the utilization of online education platforms

  • Integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques

Past Conferences

Still need more inspiration? Check out the links below for past conferences:

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