ResNet, Inc. is an international non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement and research of technology support, with a strong focus on educational and student technologies and their integration with the academic mission.

ResNet presents the Student Technology Conference annually, in mid-to-late June. Each year, a different higher education institution hosts the conference on their campus.

ResNet is primarily comprised of individuals from higher education institutions throughout North America. However, our community includes members from all across the world, including the United Kingdom, Australia, and Japan, as well as representatives from college preparatory academies.

Subscribe to the ResNet Discussion List and join in the online discussions on topics that affect student technology on and beyond college and university campuses!

If you’d like to do more, consider volunteering. Our committees, including the Host Committee, Program Committee, and the Board of Directors are all comprised of volunteers like you.

Additional discussion can be found on our Facebook Group, and you can keep tabs on ResNet news by liking our Facebook page

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Join the online discussions on topics that affect student technology on and beyond college and university campuses!

ResNet-L, a listserv previously hosted by the University of Notre Dame, has been moved to the domain. The new home for the list, a Google Group, is (in this case, STC stands for Student Technology Collaboration). To ensure a smooth transition, the list also has an alias of resnet-l@resnetinc.orgNotre Dame will forward mail sent to the old listserv address, as well.

To join, visit!forum/stc and subscribe to the group.

If you do not have a Google account but wish to join the group, please email and you will be manually subscribed.

Some of the top trending discussions among our group recently have included print tracking/accounting systems, addressing compromised e-mail accounts, WiFi-only residence halls, antivirus software, student laptop ownership requirements, wireless access for guests on campus, and connecting Amazon Echo devices to the network.


We would like to invite you to attend the Student Technology Conference at Western Carolina University June 19-23. Conference registration is open and available at! To learn more about the conference visit

Have you considered presenting at the conference? We would love to hear about what you are doing at your Institution. To submit a proposal and to learn more about proposal themes and session types, visit We are excited to announce that this year we will be doing rolling acceptance for presentations.

If you have any questions about attending or presenting please let us know! Visit to see all of the conference details and updates!


Laura DiNunzio, 2017 STC Host Chair

Jon Wright, 2017 STC Program Chair

Amanda Cockrell, 2017 STC Assistant Program Chair

Winter 2017

The Student Technology Conference 2017 is coming!

The website for STC 2017 is up! Check it out at It will be held at Western Carolina University (WCU). The Professional Development Seminars (PDS) will be held on Monday, June 19, followed by the Opening Night Reception. Sessions end on Thursday, June 22, followed by the Closing Event. It is suggested that you plan your departure travel for Friday.

Be sure to keep an eye out for conference registration to open in early 2017.

The Student Technology Conference is held at a college or university, and most participants choose to stay on campus for maximum networking and learning opportunities. The event brings together administrators, technologists, and specialists who plan, implement, and support student technologies; these professionals represent over 150 colleges and universities in the United States, Canada, and abroad. Content at recent conferences has focused on collaboration between these living and learning environments, institutional academic offerings, varieties of support offered to students, and the future directions of technology and services. Many aspects of such services are addressed through case studies, topic presentations, focus group dialog, birds of a feather discussions, and vendor participation. The mix of participants and their experiences encourages attendees to share knowledge through presentations, panel discussions, roundtable conversations, and often simply through the casual and social atmosphere of the conference.