Save the Date: Kauli Days Conference - November 9-13 in Austin, TX

Official Announcement

This year’s Kuali Days (November 9-13 in Austin, TX) is jointly presented by the Kuali Foundation and KualiCo. Whether you work for a Kuali partner, are using or implementing Kuali products, or are considering your post-legacy-administrative-system options, this year’s program will provide important opportunities to learn, share, and connect with colleagues.


This year’s schedule will be very flexible:

  • Separate sessions in each track for functional and technical audiences 
  • Training for all technical staff who work with Kuali products 
  • Executive overviews and 1-on-1 sessions 
  • A three-day-long, open Usability Lab where we’ll show off exciting new stuff and gather product feedback 
  • An evening reception to network with colleagues 
  • Partner stakeholder meetings (Boards, Executive Steering Teams, Customer Advisory Groups, Functional Councils, etc.)

Call for Proposals

The one thing missing to make this the best Kuali Days ever… You. On behalf of the entire conference planning team we want to reiterate the importance of your participation in the program. Please consider sharing your experience and expertise. Submit your session proposals now! Proposals will be accepted through May 21, 2015. Here are some ideas for the types of sessions that are most successful:

  • Strategies for effective migration, implementation, support, or training 
  • Hands-on training for a specific product feature 
  • Case studies about how a product solved a particular institutional problem 
  • Thought-leadership around organizational change management, policy and procedure development, or innovative leadership 
  • Business functional best practices, and how you’ve built those into your Kuali system implementations 

The Kuali Ready session track will be held Wednesday, 11/11 and Thursday 11/12. But you're more than welcome to join the Kuali Community and learn about other Kuali products that might interest you.

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