2019 Call for Presentations for MOREnet's Technical Conference

We are now accepting proposals for the 2019 MOREnet Annual Conference.      

If you’d like a chance at a free registration, be brainstorming about knowledge you can share and submit your ideas before Friday, April 19. Every accepted proposal will receive one (1) free, two-day registration to #MOREnet2019.

Just as technology has evolved over the last several years, so has our Annual Conference.  Sessions take a deeper dive into solutions to problems, plus there are more networking opportunities and access to subject matter experts than ever before. 


If you would like to submit a presentation proposal to the technical days of our conference (Wednesday and Thursday) you are at the right place! 

Wednesday and Thursday (Oct. 9 & 10) focuses on technology best practices, innovation in technology and infrastructure. It is perfect for CIOs, library techs, new technology employees, technical coordinators/directors  and administrators.

Monday and Tuesday (Oct. 7 & 8) are especially geared for teachers, faculty and technology coordinators looking to engage students and enhance technology in their schools.

If you have a presentation that leans toward innovation in the classroom or best practices for engaging students, you will want to submit to the instructional days of conference. You can find the instructional call for presentations here.  


Proposals will be accepted until Friday, April 19. If you have any questions about your presentation proposal or the form you will be submitting, contact Sandra Monnig, MOREnet’s Conference Coordinator at conferences@more.net. 

2019 Conference Tracks

We take into consideration the newest technologies, best practices and ongoing innovation when we choose our conference tracks. We are looking for these current topics to help shape this year's technical conference.

New Technical Director:
Learn the ins and outs of resources at your fingertips- everything from value included with your MOREnet membership to identifying what experts are willing and ready to assist you!

Infrastructure and Operations:
Diving deeper in to the latest challenges in connectivity management. This includes topics on creating a secure architecture; technical views on strategic planning and implementation; monitoring the management of networks, endpoints and systems; and improving vulnerability and risk assessments.

Innovative Tools and Resources:
Emerging technologies have been game changers. Whether it’s IoT, Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain or makerspace initiatives- this track is about what’s new, what’s next and what it may mean to the way we do business.

The Education-Workforce Continuum:
Aligning education and learning with career pathways that include technology and online or virtual opportunities can set up our students and patrons for a lifetime of learning and successful employment.
(This can include the human element of cyber security.)

Cyber Security - Tools and Resources:
These sessions will focus on applications, cloud security and virtualization services. Products and services as well as their uses will be highlighted here.

Cyber Security - Management:
Topics chosen in this track will focus on the human element of cyber security- policies, procedures, training employees and developing strategy around your cyber security program.

  • Call for Presentation Open Time

  • Friday, February 1, 2019 - Saturday, April 20, 2019
    7:00 AM - 11:59 PM
    Central Time

  • Conference Held

  • Tan-Tar-A Resort
    494 TanTarA Dr
    Osage Beach, Missouri 65065

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