The Summit offers attendees the opportunity to:

  • Learn about current upcoming technical skills sought by businesses
  • Focus on integration of new technologies and strategies for classroom learning
  • Choose from a number of presentations and hear from Microsoft professionals for a specific area of interest
  • Network with other instructors to build a community amongst our institutions

Past speakers have included Mr.  Jim LeValley, Group Product Manager for the Academic Segment, Microsoft Learning at Microsoft Corporation (“Job Market Outlook for IT Professionals”) and Mr. Martin Bean, Managing Director of Education for Worldwide Public Sector at Microsoft Corporation in Redmond, Washington.

Included in this one-day free event is a light breakfast, snacks, and lunch, as well as networking opportunities, lunchtime roundtables, as well as the opportunity to win a giveaways (books, seats to the 2009 Working Connections IT Faculty Development Institute, and more)!

The Summit took place on Friday, May 18, 2012, from 8:00 am until 4:15 pm at the Microsoft Conference Center (Building 33) in Redmond, Washington.  

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