This new event format provides a platform for our various communities to meet and networking twice a year. The following working groups will meet up at the Forum Day in June 2024: CommunitySOC WG, ICT Law WG, Procurement WG, Security Awareness WG and Video WG. The Forum Day is a closed community event! Registration starts in April.
4. Jun 2024
Communities/working groups in a nutshell:
CommunitySOC WG (Technical- & Management Meeting): This meeting serves to share knowledge within the SOCcommunity and focusses on governance and steering meetings for the CommunitySOC. The working group will be held in English.
ICT Law WG: The focus of this working group is on the one hand on the exchange of legal know-how and on the other hand on personal interaction with legals or persons responsible for legal topics of all higher education institutions. The Working Group will be held in German.
Procurement WG: The WG is all about taking individual universities' needs as a basis to work out, with Proc university staff, purchasers, and IT heads, tailored solutions that suit the entire academic community. The working group will be held in English.
Security Awareness WG: This meeting aims to bring together professionals from cybersecurity, communications, and learning within higher education and research organisations to share knowledge, exchange on best practices and pool resources for security communications and learning. The working group will be held in English.
Video WG: All administrators and interested parties are shown the latest developments in Switch's two video services (cast and tube). New use cases and requirements are discussed, analyzed and prioritized together. The working group will be held in English.
These are the working group topics:
CommunitySOC WG: (Technical- & Management Meeting): coming soon - Language of the working group: english
ICT Law WG: The meteoric rise of the chat bot ChatGPT has also caused a furore in university teaching. Despite the challenges of assessing individual academic performance and handling undeclared use in transcripts, ChatGPT offers great potential to improve the learning environment for students. Lic.iur. Jacqueline Gasser-Beck EMBA HSG explains how chatbots are changing the higher education landscape for students, lecturers, and staff. We will be inspired by various application scenarios and discuss the legally compliant and responsible use of AI at universities. Language of the working group: german
Procurement WG: coming soon - Language of the working group: english
Security Awareness WG: coming soon - Language of the working group: english
Video WG: coming soon - Language of the working group: english