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Oracle OpenWorld 2012 Significantly Expands Coverage of Education and Research

The upcoming Oracle OpenWorld 2012 conference will feature the event’s most extensive lineup ever of presentations for executives in education and research, with a global program that includes executive-level speakers from institutions including San Diego Unified School District, Houston Community College System, Queen’s University (AUS), British Columbia Ministry of Education, Boise State University, CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research), Erasmus Medical and Research Center (NDL), Washington State University, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, and more.

Oracle OpenWorld 2012 runs from September 30 to October 4 in San Francisco and features Oracle executives, industry experts, and customers. Other programs include education and research-specific solution demonstrations in the DEMOgrounds and within the Executive Edge @ OpenWorld, the Java One conference, and customer experience events.

Highlights of Oracle OpenWorld education and research sessions include

General Session: How—and Where—Oracle Is Investing in Education and Research
This expanded general session for the education and research industry includes Oracle customers and executives discussing how Oracle is investing resources to benefit its education and research customers. Topics include product development roadmaps, integration resources for learning management systems, and the Oracle Academy’s turnkey technology curricula for high schools, universities, and community colleges.

Oracle Education Cloud for Education and Research Organizations
In this session, Oracle customers and executives explore both the current and future promise of cloud computing for education and research. The panelists present lessons learned about cloud services, and how the Oracle education cloud can be used to focus on improving student success, institutional excellence, and research excellence.

Global Best Practices: Maximizing the Value of Your Campus Solutions System
Customers from around the world describe their strategies for leveraging Oracle’s PeopleSoft Campus Solutions. The session also includes an overview of possible future enhancements, including Oracle’s planned on-demand offering of the solution.

Using Data to Personalize Learning
Leading K–12 school systems and higher education institutions explain how they are using Oracle solutions for data-driven instructional decisions in the classroom and to improve student outcomes.

Enabling and Supporting Data-Driven Research
An expert panel of researchers discusses how they provide mission-critical services to support research and how Oracle solutions help research organizations align their objectives with governmental trends and budget constraints.

Get more details on the Education and Research track and register today for Oracle OpenWorld 2012.

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