Proposal submissions now closed
Thank you to all those who submitted a proposal to present at CANHEIT 2023! Drawing on the vast community of higher education IT leaders, experts and peers, CANHEIT 2023 will feature thought provoking presentations on content topics such as:
- Innovating together
- People and leadership
- Security as a team sport
Yes, all selected presenters must register and pay as a CANHEIT 2023 registrant.
In line with previous CANHEIT conferences, there are no discounts/promo codes or complimentary tickets available for presenters. The CANHEIT planning committee has made its best efforts to keep ticket pricing to the lowest possible cost for all attendees.
Yes, all presentations will take place in person, with all presenters expected to be onsite at the Bahen Centre for Information Technology. The CANHEIT planning committee took this approach due to the desire and demand for in-person events. Additionally, space and logistical constraints limit us from accommodating virtual presenters this year.
While all presenters must present onsite, selected sessions will be streamed for virtual attendees.
If you have concerns or need to make adjustments to your presentation, please contact Adrian Lim.
No, all presenters must deliver their presentation in person. Please refer to the previous FAQ for more details.
Those attending CANHEIT virtually will have access to opening and closing remarks, three keynote addresses, approximately 11 featured breakout sessions and networking opportunities on the Hopin platform.
Please submit your finalized presentation by June 2. Presentations can be submitted through the ExOrdo platform or by emailing email@example.com.
A presenter’s guidebook is coming soon! Check the resources section of this page and the CANHEIT homepage for updates.
Branded PowerPoint slides, virtual backgrounds and an email signature are available for presenters to download.