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Higher-Ed Edtech Conferences You Need to Know for 2017

By Ray Batra     Dec 6, 2016

Higher-Ed Edtech Conferences You Need to Know for 2017

As we close the books on 2016, we can’t help but look forward to the New Year. Just in time for you to plan your 2017 professional travels, we’ve updated our picks of notable edtech & innovation conferences for higher-ed educators, administrators and companies.

Our free conference map includes dates, locations, brief descriptions of why and for whom each conference might be valuable as well as clickable names that link to each conference website.

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Gold, red, orange, blue: What do these colors mean?

Of course, anyone can attend any conference. However, we've designated the primary audience for these events: Blue events are built around educators, but some of these events involve exhibitor halls. Red events emphasize the business of edtech more than pedagogy. Orange events are more tightly focused around a topic or specific audience, such as libraries or community colleges. Gold events are usually oriented a specific product or company.

Your link took me to a conference that already happened or doesn’t exist yet. What gives?

We confirmed with conference organizers all dates for future events that weren't yet listed on their site. We linked to the most relevant webpages we could find; pages that appear outdated should be updated by the organizers in the coming months.

Aw, you left out my favorite event!

Sorry about that! Feel free to add a comment on this piece with details about the event you like the best, or shoot us an email at feedback@edsurge.com.

Do you have a similar K-12 calendar?

We do! Here it is.

Exclusive | Postsecondary Learning

Higher-Ed Edtech Conferences You Need to Know for 2017

By Ray Batra     Dec 6, 2016

Higher-Ed Edtech Conferences You Need to Know for 2017

As we close the books on 2016, we can’t help but look forward to the New Year. Just in time for you to plan your 2017 professional travels, we’ve updated our picks of notable edtech & innovation conferences for higher-ed educators, administrators and companies.

Our free conference map includes dates, locations, brief descriptions of why and for whom each conference might be valuable as well as clickable names that link to each conference website.

Get your free, high-resolution PDF (with clickable links!)

Click here to purchase a print

Gold, red, orange, blue: What do these colors mean?

Of course, anyone can attend any conference. However, we've designated the primary audience for these events: Blue events are built around educators, but some of these events involve exhibitor halls. Red events emphasize the business of edtech more than pedagogy. Orange events are more tightly focused around a topic or specific audience, such as libraries or community colleges. Gold events are usually oriented a specific product or company.

Your link took me to a conference that already happened or doesn’t exist yet. What gives?

We confirmed with conference organizers all dates for future events that weren't yet listed on their site. We linked to the most relevant webpages we could find; pages that appear outdated should be updated by the organizers in the coming months.

Aw, you left out my favorite event!

Sorry about that! Feel free to add a comment on this piece with details about the event you like the best, or shoot us an email at feedback@edsurge.com.

Do you have a similar K-12 calendar?

We do! Here it is.

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