Join Us: October 7th & 8th, 2020
CORE Higher Education is proud to announce our 5th Annual Users Conference, being held in October of 2020 at the Providence Graduate Hotel. We welcome all of our users to historic Providence, Rhode Island for two full days of education on our suite of applications.
At the conference, users will learn more about best practices and enhancements to the applications, as well as how they continue to help assessment and experiential learning departments.
Stay tuned for more information including schedule of events, early bird registration deadlines, and hotel room block reservations.
“My favorite part of the Users Conference has been meeting the other users, bouncing ideas off each other, and seeing how we’re all using the different functionality.”
Dr. Alison Stevens, PharmD, BCPS
Assistant Director of Experiential Education
“There's some great networking and skills at the CORE Users Conference that you can then take back and incorporate into your own program.”
Dale Turley, PA-C, MMS
Assistant Clinical Coordinator
“It’s always good to attend because you get to see how other schools are doing things. That professional collaboration is always a really positive thing and attending the conference really helps you to advance your program.”
Dr. Tricia Berry
Associate Dean and Director for Clinical and Practicum Programs
“I always come to the CORE Users Conference. I first started attending to learn the foundations of the system, and continue to attend because I want to learn some of the more advanced features. I come back every year because it helps me that much.”
Dr. Seth Heldenbrand, PharmD
Associate Dean of Experiential Education
BENEFITS OF ATTENDING INCLUDE:
Network with industry peers, share best practices, and learn how other schools are using CORE.
Train on system features and get a first look at upcoming product enhancements.
Get one-on-one time with your Client Success Specialist and meet the whole the CORE team.
Develop solutions to the challenges within your program and see how to implement them first-hand.