Homepage for the Building Bridges Washington Higher Education Technology Conference.
Building Bridges is a regional conference bringing together educators, technologists, librarians, researchers and leaders in higher education. The conference provides a forum for understanding how technology can be used effectively in maximizing student success on campus and beyond.
Building Bridges 2016 was held on April 14 and 15 at the Davenport Grand hotel in downtown Spokane, Washington. The full event program can be found on the 2016 Program link from the site menu. Please note access to presentation materials is limited to logged-in event attendees.
This conference is targeted to all technology users and decision makers in both public and private higher education institutions in the Northwest, however any and all interested parties are invited to attend. These groups may include, but are not limited to:
- Information Technology staff
- eLearning staff
- Library staff
- Institutional Research staff
- Faculty, administrators, and campus leadership
- Accessibility & Universal Design Support staff
- Enrollment Services staff
The 2016 conference brought in 373 attendees from 65 different institutions of higher ed. You can view an interactive attendee map for the 2016 event here.
Thank you to all those who attended and participated in the 2016 Building Bridges Washington State Higher Education Technology Conference. Your knowledge, expertise, and enthusiasm helped make this inaugural event a resounding success.
We look forward to seeing you all once again March 16 and 17, 2017 at the Davenport Grand hotel!