Avatar Marco Krikke Upcoming events: HO-link and ASPRG

Marco Krikke | Published June 11, 2015 |

MyTimetable will have a presence at Dutch conference HO-link, and the Australasian Syllabus Plus Reference Group (ASPRG). At HO-link, we will showcase our Microsoft Office 365 integration. At ASPRG, Pexip will showcase our integration with Scientia Syllabus Plus and Pexip Infinity.

HO-link

HO-link is the leading Dutch conference for H&FE. Together with Rik van Wijk from the University of Applied Sciences Utrecht, we will showcase our integration of Scientia Syllabus Plus with Microsoft Office 365 and discuss the results of a pilot. We will show the benefits of direct calendar integration for availability and presence information, and how this helps lecturers and students. Also, we will discuss topics like privacy, security and end-user support.

Our session will take place at Thursday 18 June from 15:30 - 16:15 at room Boston 12.

Contact Marco Krikke (marco@eveoh.nl) to schedule a meeting during the conference.

Where: NH Leeuwenhorst, Langelaan 3, 2211 XT Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands
When: Thursday 18 June - Friday 19 June
More information: HO-link website

Australasian Syllabus Plus Reference Group (ASPRG)

Steve Neville from Pexip will showcase our integration with Scientia Syllabus Plus and the Pexip Infinity platform. Pexip provides interoperability between existing communication tools, such as Microsoft Lync, Skype, Web browsers and traditional video conferencing equipment. Using MyTimetable, virtual lectures can be fully managed from Syllabus Plus. Steve will show how your institution can benefit from blended learning, distance learning and personal meeting spaces.

The session will take place at Wednesday 8 July from 12:15 - 12:45 at room Singapore Theatre.

Contact Steve Neville (steve@pexip.com) to schedule a meeting during the conference.

Where: University of Melbourne, Parkville Campus, Grattan Street, Parkville, Victoria, 3010, Australia
When: Wednesday 8 July - Friday 10 July
More information: Australasian Syllabus Plus Reference Group website

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