2018 HEDW Conference – Oregon State University

15th Annual HEDW Conference
April 8 – 11, 2018
Hosted by Oregon State University
CH2M Hill Alumni Center & The LaSells Stewart Center
Corvallis, Oregon

The Higher Education Data Warehousing Forum is a network of higher education representatives dedicated to sharing knowledge about data management, best practices, data warehousing designs, institutional reporting strategies and more. HEDW members are technical developers, data access and reporting systems administrators, data custodians, institutional researchers and consumers of data representing a variety of internal university audiences. The annual conference sponsor is HEDW and is open to attendance by all interested parties employed in the focus area.

The 2018 HEDW Forum Conference includes two and a half days of sessions and events with an optional Sunday Pre-Conference Training. Typical conference topics include data governance, BI strategy, data-informed culture, data quality, metadata and data definitions, data modeling, and project and program management, among other topics. The majority of sessions are prepared and presented by higher education peers, offering attendees a unique prospective.

More information about the 2018 HEDW Forum Conference will be available in late October/early November 2017. The conference registration will be open sometime in January 2018, along with the link to conference lodging. In the meantime, if you have questions about HEDW, please be sure to access the Contact Us form and send us a message.


2018 – Advancing Data Governance at Purdue by Partnering with Academic Resources
2018 – Campus Mapping Challenges Solved!
2018 – Data Governance: The Saga Continues
2018 – Exploring Text Classification to Automate Document Catgeorization
2018 – One Bird at a Time: Tackling Monumental Tasks at Your Institution
2018 – Partnerships in Technology, Predictive Indexes & Process to influence Student Success & Retention: A Process, Data Architecture & BI Perspective
2018 – Top !0 – HEDW Research Findings
2018 – Visualizing the Cost & Benefits of Student Incentives. Is it Sustainable?
2018 – What We Know About the Impact of Student Engagemen
2018 – When Data Custodians Go Rogue