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Updates

Every two weeks we'll send you the latest product news and tech stories from University Business to help you stay current. We'll also include updates and exclusive offers from the UBTech 2018 planning team so you're the first to know about what we have in store for you next June in Las Vegas. Sign up here

  • November 17, 2017

    Whether your college or university offers access to a large, on-campus 3D printing lab, houses a few 3D printers in a student makerspace or contracts with an off-campus 3D printing service, the demand for 3D printing capability is growing beyond its start in engineering and design courses to include fields from biology to architecture. Accommodating the growing demand for 3D printer access has prompted colleges and universities to experiment with a variety of models for providing sufficient capacity and charging appropriately for time and materials used.

  • November 8, 2017

    A lack of understanding of the CIO’s role, unconscious gender bias in job descriptions, a shortage of female applicants, as well as a lack of female mentors and members of interviewing committees all contribute to the lag in achieving gender equity in top tech positions at American colleges and universities.

  • July 20, 2017

    In a recent blog post for Rave, Scott Tiner of Bates College discussed how the UBTech conference’s unique focus on the convergence of campus AV and IT attracts high-level college and university decision-makers. A broad range of conference topics and an unusual degree of personal attention from solution providers are factors that set the conference apart from an attendee’s perspective. 

  • July 17, 2017

    UBTech 2017 was packed full of information on the most important trends and ideas in campus IT and AV today. Now, thanks to UBTech partner, Mediasite, sessions from UBTech 2017, including Keynotes from Gary Kayye of rAVe, Andrew Lipman, founder of MIT’s Media Lab, and Muhlenberg College President, John Williams.

  • May 25, 2017

    A special registration bonus is now available. Register more than one person from your campus and get 50% off each registration after the first one. Use the code TEAM2017 at checkout.

  • May 23, 2017
    • The UBFit 5K returns to UBTech, Wednesday Morning, June 14. Run, walk, be a winner by being in it. Registration onsite!
    • The first-ever UBTech Pub Night—7pm Tuesday, June 13, immediately following our Annual Networking Reception—micro-brews, pub fare, games, DJ, Karaoke and more! 
    • Closing Prize Drawing—following the final Keynote, Wednesday, June 14: As they say, the first step to winning in life is showing up. See you there at UBTech 2017!
  • February 22, 2017

    University Business's new, tablet-friendly eBook, Online Learning, provides an overview of what’s new, what’s working and what’s ahead for institutions in all stages of developing and growing their online learning programs.

    Access your free copy today to learn how your online learning program can

  • February 13, 2017

    New programming will focus on flexible learning environments and collaborations

    Trumbull CT –  January 13, 2017

    The UBTech Conference and FLEXspace (The Flexible Learning Environments eXchange) announced a new agreement today to create additional specialized programming at the annual UBTech Conference.

    The collaborative alliance between FLEXspace and UBTech will include several new FLEXspace-driven program sessions at UBTech 2017, which convenes at The Omni ChampionsGate Resort in Orlando FL, June 12-14.

  • February 13, 2017

    Programming will focus on AV/IT/Media technology, education and training

    Bloomington, IN/Trumbull CT – (October 27, 2016)

    The UBTech Conference, and CCUMC (The Consortium of College and University Media Centers) announced a renewal of their agreement today to create additional specialized programming at the annual UBTech Conference.

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