This summer has turned to be very hot for our Unicheck team not only because of the heat slowly melting our brains, but also because of an impressive list of international conferences and expos we’ve attended so far and are going to take part in.
Thus, in the very beginning of June our team participated in the EUNIS 2016 Congress hosted in the picturesque Thessaloniki, Greece. This event brought together lots of experts involved into the process of creation, development and management of IT projects in higher education. It was a perfect opportunity for networking and exchanging advice on how to overcome obstacles when going digital and be more helpful to educational institutions.
Additionally, the keynote speakers spoke out on the issues related to IT benchmarking, e-learning analytics, student mobility, personal learning environments, and more.
As we wrote in one of our previous posts, the EUNIS Congress was attended by Anastasia Parokha, CEO at Unicheck, and Kristina Zakharchenko, the Head of Sales Dept. at Unicheck. During the event they exchanged ideas, knowledge and experience as well as met with John O’Brien and Bruce Maas from EDUCAUSE, who made a long way to welcome and speak out to the attendees of the Rectors Conference.
Next time the event will take place in Münster, Germany, and we do hope to be part of EUNIS 2017 too (here you can also read a post written by Anastasia) and for the further development of Unicheck as a student-focused tool helping write originally.
P.S.: If you happen to be at ISTE 2016, the Premier Education Technology Conference, in Denver, the USA, come and meet our team at the booth 3547 on June 27-29, 2016. We’d gladly demonstrate how Unicheck works in practice and answer all the questions you might have.