2015 HEDW Forum – Illinois State University

Higher Education Data Warehousing Conference 2015

Hosted by Illinois State University, April 19-22, 2015 

(held at the Marriott Hotel & Conference Center – Bloomington-Normal, IL)

The HEDW Forum includes technical developers and administrators of data access and reporting systems, data custodians, institutional researchers, and consumers of data representing a variety of internal university audiences. The Annual Conference, sponsored by the Forum, is also open to this same restricted audience. For 2015, the conference will include three days of sessions and events as well as the optional Sunday training, and is being hosted by the Illinois State University (held at the Marriott Hotel & Conference center, in Bloomington-Normal, IL).

The registration fee will be waived for presenters and panel moderators (but not for co-presenters and panelists). Presenters will receive special instructions from the Forum 2015 committee regarding the registration process. The session proposal submission form is available at this link.

We are very pleased to offer two special Training Sessions entitled

  • Training #1: Intermediate/Advanced Data Modeling – Steve Hoberman
  • Training #2: How to Create and Maintain a Healthy Organization (based on Patrick Lencioni’s book, The Advantage) – Rick Van Arnam, Principal, The Table Group

These sessions will be held all day Sunday, April 19th, for a fee of $500 per session (includes continental breakfast and lunch).

You will be able to register for one of these training sessions using the online HEDW Forum registration form, and you need not attend the Forum to be eligible for the training.

HEDW is pleased to offer a Vendor exhibition that will be open to all conference participants.

The Forum registration fee is $450 ($395 Early Bird rate until February 20) and includes the Sunday evening reception, the Vendor exhibition, three days of conference educational sessions, three breakfasts, three lunches, and mid-day snacks. 

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For More Information:

Contact Conference Chair Beth Ladd


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