Functional and technical staff from across the university gathered at The Johns Hopkins Digital Student Experience Conference (DSEC) to explore and discuss the evolving landscape of digital learning and its impact on student experiences. The annual conference was held on October 3-5, featuring 18 sessions, 24 speakers, and over 350 attendees. CIO Rich Mendola gave the keynote session on the foundational and psychological considerations of selecting and implementing enterprise software. Other sessions provided updates on the digital experience platform, the Student Services Excellence Initiative (SSEI), and data security at Johns Hopkins. More focused topics included prototyping a student app experience, using social media in academic advising, and checking accessibility. Readers with a JHED ID can access the recordings and speaker PowerPoints at the conference Sharepoint site.