the Latest Information on the
2002 Conference on Information Technology
Long Beach Convention Center, Long Beach, CA
Los Angeles Community College District
Long Beach City College District
League for Innovation's Annual Conference
on Information Technology (CIT) is the premier showcase of the use
of information technology in higher education. Come to the 2002 CIT and
see everything from cutting-edge new technologies to tried and true strategies
for improving learning through IT, from holograms in the classroom to
best practice in basic Web support for traditional courses. This year's
conference also includes a special focus on biotechnology and its role
in education, as well as a new track designed to facilitate dialogue among
math, science, and allied health educators who use computer technology
in research and education programs.
registration for the 2002 CIT, which includes an exciting selection of
Center Courses, is now available. Early registration helps ensure
that you reserve a place in the Learning Center Course(s) of your choice
and that you take advantage of early registration discounts of up to 30
GROUP DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE
Below are details regarding group conference registration discounts for
the 2002 CIT.
or Before October 25
or more participants ($150)
20-29 participants ($200)
10-19 participants ($250)
9 or fewer participants ($300)
or more participants ($200)
20-29 participants ($250)
10-19 participants ($300)
9 or fewer participants ($350)
or more participants ($250)
20-29 participants ($300)
10-19 participants ($350)
9 or fewer participants ($400)
order to take advantage of discounted rates, institutions must send in
their group registrations together. This will ensure that everyone in
the group receives the same rate. Institutions wishing to take advantage
of special group rates should submit their registrations by downloading,
completing, and returning the Conference
Registration Form. The League office needs complete registration information
(name, title, institution, address, phone, e-mail) for each registrant.
Each registrant will receive an individual confirmation statement from
the League office. For additional information about group conference registration
discounts, contact Judy Greenfield at email@example.com
or (480) 705-8200, x200.
Learning Center Courses require an additional registration and are not
Sunday, November 17
Zane Tarence, CEO, Reveal Technologies
Technologies and Their Implications for E-Learning
Brian L. Hawkins, President, EDUCAUSE
Howard Charney, Senior Vice President, Cisco Systems
Internet Revolution and Education
James, Urban Cultural Anthropologist NEW!
Human Face of Technological Change in Institutions of Higher Education
Jennifer James examines how we are all becoming “cyborgs”—part
technician and part human consciousness, and how we can teach our
minds to adapt and think in new ways about our lives and our businesses.
November 20 NEW!
Students Live Free in a Digital Democracy
Mark David Milliron, President and CEO, League for Innovation in the
Walter Bumphus Chancellor, Louisiana Community and Technical College System; Leo Chavez, Chancellor, Foothill-De Anza Community College District; Henry D. Shannon, Chancellor, St. Louis Community College; Mary Spilde, President, Lane Community College
panel format features community college leaders in a conversation
about the role of community colleges in a Digital Democracy—a
society increasingly connected, persuaded, and tracked by technology,
while still emphasizing individual freedom of choice.
SPECIAL CONFERENCE FEATURES
Saturday, November 16, 2:00 to 5:30 p.m.
A consortium of community colleges is hosting a Cyber Security Summit
to discuss the development of a nationally-recognized curriculum of certifications
and associate degrees in the field of Cyber Security and Information Assurance.
Sponsored by The Chauncey Group International.
Graduate Credit While Attending the 2002 CIT!
Antioch University McGregor offers graduate courses that incorporate your
2002 CIT activities into their course requirements. Attend conference
sessions that are relevant to you and use this information as a basis
for further study and reflection once you return to your campus. 2002
CIT attendees qualify for an Antioch University McGregor Professional
Development Scholarship (10% discount) on tuition for any courses taken
in conjunction with the conference.
Center Training: Great New Opportunity for Community Colleges
Saturday, November 16, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The Community College Call Center Consortium (C5) is offering a pragmatic
workshop designed for community college educators who want to understand
and work with the call center industry, but need help in getting started,
finding curriculum, obtaining funding, sourcing technology, and identifying
and developing new training opportunities.
COLLEGE PAVILION IN CIT EXHIBITION HALL
League Member Colleges are invited to participate in the Exhibition Hall
at the Conference on Information Technology. Exclusively for League Member
Colleges, the exhibit package includes a carpeted 10x10 exhibit space,
one six-foot draped table, two chairs, a wastebasket, an identification
sign, and two exhibit passes, all for a nominal fee. This is an excellent
opportunity to promote a new curriculum, demonstrate your technology capabilities,
or recruit for open positions. Interested colleges must respond by October
4, and should contact Greg Luce at firstname.lastname@example.org
or 480-705-8200, ext. 237.
you would like additional information about the 2002 CIT, please visit
or contact Ed Leach at email@example.com.