Parchment at

Calling All Explorers!

Venetian Resort, Las Vegas
July 9th – 11th, 2024

At InstructureCon 24, Parchment will be hosting a special track for credentialing and student pathways innovation that you can’t miss.

Join us to see how Instructure + Parchment helps to unlock the future of credentialing!

Join us at AACRAO 2023 to discover the latest industry trends, developments, and best practices in higher education.

From diving deep into data to transforming the future of credentials, we are excited to share our first-hand insights, industry innovations, and inspiration! 



InstructureCon 24 is all about creating and building your community with fellow leaders in the education community.

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Why Attend




Attend credential innovation and student pathways sessions.


Share experiences with over 2,000 other leaders in education.


Hear how Instructure + Parchment unlock the future of credentialing.


Experience new tech at the Educational Moments of the Future exhibit

What to Expect at


2024 Schedule at a Glance

Tuesday, July 9th


9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Expo Hall

11:00 am – 6:30 pm

Opening Keynote

2:00 pm – 3:15 pm

Breakout Sessions

3:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Opening Reception in Partner Hall

5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Partner Excursions

6:30 pm

Wednesday, July 10th

Expo Hall

8:00 am – 6:00 pm


8:00 am – 9:00 am

Morning Keynote

9:00 am – 10:30 am

Breakout Sessions

11:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Networking Lunch

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Breakout Sessions

2:00 pm – 6:00 pm


7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Thursday, July 10th

Expo Hall

8:00 am – 2:00 pm


8:00 am – 9:00 am

Breakout Sessions

9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Birds of a Feather Lunch

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Closing Keynote

2:00 pm

Featured Speakers


Jimmy Chin

Professional mountain athlete, National Geographic photographer, Academy Award-winning film director, and New York Times Best Selling author.


Mary Murphy

Mary C. Murphy is a renowned professor at Indiana University known for her contributions to creating equitable learning and working environments, and her research has been widely recognized in publications such as The New York Times and Forbes. Her latest book, Cultures of Growth, explores how organizational mindsets influence individual behaviors and foster cultures of learning and success.


Melissa Loble

Melissa, Chief Academic Officer at Instructure, leverages her extensive experience in education and edtech to enhance global academic strategies and support educators facing increasing challenges. She also chairs the Board of Directors of the non-profit 1EdTech, teaches at the University of California, Irvine, and holds advanced degrees from Columbia University.


Dr Jordan Nguyen

Nguyen, an Australian engineer and documentary presenter, founded Psykinetic, a company dedicated to creating inclusive technologies for individuals with disabilities, and authored “A Human’s Guide to the Future.” He is passionate about using his expertise to inspire and equip younger generations to address global challenges through technological and human evolution.

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CEO of Parchment

Matthew Pittinksy

Matthew Pittinsky, Ph.D.

 is the CEO of Parchment and currently serves on the Boards of American University, New Classrooms, and Parchment. He remains a non tenure-track visiting scholar of sociology at Arizona State University (ASU), where he served on the sociology faculty specializing in economic sociology, sociology of education and social network analysis.


Parchment Hosted Sessions and Presenters

July 9th - 11th, 2024

Featured Member Sessions

Monday March 27, 2022

Parchment Sessions

Tuesday April 5, 2022

Parchment’s Jason Weaver captures data use today and discusses how data provides an advanced pathway in higher education. 

Marina Aminy

Leadership from four systems (California Community Colleges, California State University, Montana University System, and the United Negro College Fund) will share experiences with course-sharing and the Canvas Trust. The session will overview what it means to “cross-enroll” (versus apply directly), benefits for students, infrastructure needed, and current progress.

Jason Weaver

As credentialing becomes more skills-based, comprehensive, and cross-functional, the Parchment credentialing platform will grow in capabilities to meet the needs of institutions, schools, and districts. This session will cover the vision of the Instructure + Parchment credentialing platform and the areas of innovation that will happen over the next year.

Bob Kubat
Assistant Vice President for Undergraduate Education and University Registrar
Pennsylvania State University

The digital landscape of higher education is evolving, and the Registrar is positioned at a nexus point of data, student needs, academic policies, and credentialing for student success. This session will explore how the Registrar’s regular collaboration with all the various departments and their understanding of student experience and data help inform institution-wide technology and initiatives.

Amy Williams
Executive Director

Participation in dual enrollment is rapidly growing and with good reason. The ability for students to earn college credit while in high school has shown to improve outcomes at the collegiate level. In this session, we hear from Amy Williams, Executive Director of the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP), as she shares how school districts and college partners work together to deliver quality dual enrollment that meets the needs of students and institutions alike.

Kathleen deLaski
Founder and Board Chair
Education Design Lab

With the growing costs of higher education, it’s no wonder why some are asking, “Who needs college, anymore?” Kathleen deLaski, Founder and Board Chair of Education Design Lab, shares her latest research from her upcoming book to actually answer that question. And she describes how higher education can continue to be relevant and how institutions can meet the needs of students and the workforce.

Rodney Parks
Assistant Vice President & University Registrar
Elon University

The goal of the Comprehensive Learner Record is to showcase student learning from a variety of experiences, displaying the totality of their educational experience. In this session, we are joined by Dr. Rodney Parks, Assistant Vice President and University Registrar at Elon University, as he shares how they pursued CLRs, the results for students, and research with employers on the value of a CLR.
Danny Paskoff
Enhance your organization’s efficiency by converting student and alumni records to digital – optimizing the process of transcript delivery, generating revenue through graduation verification services while providing learners with permanent access to their earned credentials.