[NobleHour] not only saves schools time and money, but helps them create connections with community partners and measure the impact they make in the world.
Boston, Mass. (PRWEB) July 13, 2012
NobleHour is heading to Boston, MA to share their volunteer management and civic engagement solutions with the attendees of Campus Technology’s 19th Annual Education Technology Conference.
The conference, which runs from July 16-19 in the Seaport World Trade Center, will dive into digital trends and explore the seamless integration of specific technologies into educational initiatives. Through breakout sessions, in-depth workshops and a tech-specific exhibit hall, faculty, administrators and IT professionals from diverse higher education institutions will discover innovative technologies that can help their students excel in the classroom, and in life.
In addition to the sessions, the summer conference will include an opening keynote by Mark David Milliron. Milliron is the Chancellor of Western Governors University-Texas, a nonprofit university founded by the state of Texas to provide its citizens affordable, accredited, and high-quality online and blended degree programs. Other keynote speakers include George Siemens, Ph.D., the author of Knowing Knowledge and the Handbook of Emerging Technologies for Learning, and Joel M. Smith, the Vice Provost and Chief Information Officer of Carnegie Mellon University.
NobleHour will be exhibiting at the conference, discussing their community engagement software for education.
“We’ve crafted a safe and secure social platform that not only saves schools time and money, but helps them create connections with community partners and measure the impact they make in the world,” said NobleHour Managing Partner Scott Fore.
Schools equipped with NobleHour can connect with their community through innovative and secure social technologies. Students can sign up for free on NobleHour to track their service hours or share and find local events, news articles, volunteer opportunities, and job opportunities.
“We enjoy connecting with Campus Technology Conference attendees because not only do they appreciate how we use technology to support education and campus culture, but they understand and value our security standards and privacy precautions,” said Fore.
Campus Technology Conference attendees can learn more about the benefits of NobleHour at booth 749.
For more information about the conference, visit http://events.campustechnology.com.