Memorial IT Conference 2017

* Tentative schedule, subject to change

Thursday, May 4, 2017

9am-12pm

SCRATCH-a-thon

Commons Digital Classroom (QEII Library)

12:00-1:00pmRegistration (pick up name tags)Bruneau Centre, Lower Atrium
1:00-1:30pm

Introduction & Welcome
Shelley Smith, Chief Information Officer

Bruneau Centre, IIC-2001

Live stream

1:30-2:15pm

Keynote presentation
John Baker, President and CEO of Desire2Learn (D2L)

Bruneau Centre, IIC-2001

Live stream

2:15-3:00pm

Keynote presentation
Alex Frappier, Cyber Technical Outreach, Public Safety Canada

Bruneau Centre, IIC-2001

3:00-3:30pmRefreshments & Poster PresentationsBruneau Centre, Lower Atrium
3:30-4:30pm

The MAD Crystal Ball
Tony Peckham, IT Services
Craig Head, IT Services

Bruneau Centre, IIC-2001

Rapid Prototyping: Efficient Tool in Medicine
Dr. Sam Nakhla, Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science

Arts and Administration, AA-1043

Moving to the Cloud
Alison Randell, Information Management & Protection
Rosemary Thorne, Information Access & Privacy

Arts and Administration, AA-1046

4:30-5:00pm

Microsoft Distributed File System – DFS
Newton Pritchett, IT Services, Grenfell Campus

Arts and Administration, AA-1043

Technical Services: Your Partner for Maker Spaces and 3D Printing
Richard Meaney, Technical Services
Jennifer Murray, Technical Services

Bruneau Centre, IIC-2001

What's Not in the McAfee Report: Indicators of Compromise and Incident Response
Scott Howse, IT Services

Arts and Administration, AA-1046

5:00pm

Social Event
(Food and beverages available for puchase)

Big Ben's, Churchill Square
   

Friday, May 5, 2017

9:00-10:00amKeynote presentation
Julielynn Wong, MD
Founder, Chairperson, & CEO of Medical Makers & 3D4MD

Bruneau Centre, IIC-2001

Live stream

10:00am-10:30am

The Debaters - Just like the CBC Radio Show
Moderated by Chris Lake, IT Services
With Panel Participants

Bruneau Centre, IIC-2001

Just In Time Support for D2L
Jonathan Kavanagh, Centre for Innovation in Teaching & Learning

Arts and Administration, AA-1043

Tales from the front -- Cancelled
Dr. Jonathan Anderson, Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science

Arts and Administration, AA-1046
10:30-11:00amRefreshments & Poster PresentationsBruneau Centre, Lower Atrium
11:00am-12:00pm

Programming paradigms for programmers & non-programmers
Dale Conway, IT Services

Arts and Administration, AA-1046

Making a Difference: Building Bridges Through Public Engagement
David Gill, Faculty of Education

Arts and Administration, AA-1043

Are Vulnerabilities Real?
Ken Forward, Information Management & Protection

Bruneau Centre, IIC-2001
12:00-1:00pm

Skype For Business
William Neville, IT Services

Arts and Administration, AA-1043

Developing Secure Web Applications
Dave Cantwell, IT Services

Arts and Administration, AA-1046

Data Centre & Network Futures
Steve Greene, IT Services
Todd Farrell, IT Services

Bruneau Centre, IIC-2001
1:00-1:45pmLunchBruneau Centre, Lower Atrium
1:45-2:30pmKeynote presentation
Andrew Staniland
Composer and Faculty Member, School of Music, Memorial University

Bruneau Centre, IIC-2001

Live stream

2:30-3:30pm

IT Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery - Mitigate Your Risk for BCDR Bliss!
Margaret Shaw, IT Services

Arts and Administration, AA-1043

Student Survey Discussion
Moderated by Sandra Mills & Meaghan Malone, The Commons
With Student Participants

Bruneau Centre, IIC-2001

Secure SSL TLS and SSH Encryption Configurations
Michael Hopkins, IT Services

Arts and Administration, AA-1046

3:30-4:30pm

Makerspace in the Postsecondary Classroom
Moderated by Shawn Pendergast, The Commons
With Panel Participants

Arts and Administration, AA-1043

Vulnerability Assessments: How Ready Are You?
Ken Forward, Information Management & Protection
Cathy Hyde, Information Management & Protection

Bruneau Centre, IIC-2001

Learning Technology Change Management
Thomas Hawkins, Centre for Innovation in Teaching and Learning

Arts and Administration, AA-1046

4:30-5:00pmWrap-up Session
Shelley Smith, Chief Information Officer
Bruneau Centre, IIC-2001

Contact

Office of the CIO

230 Elizabeth Ave

St. John's, NL A1B 3X9 CANADA

Tel: (709) 864-2530

Fax: (709) 864-2552

becomestudent@mun.ca