News & Events

October 19-22, 2003
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

For more information contact
Ed Leach (480) 705·8200 x233

Hosted By:
Wisconsin Technical
College System

Future Conference Dates:

November 7-10, 2004
Tampa, Florida

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Online registration for the 2003 Conference on Information Technology, which includes an exciting selection of informative Learning 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 discounts of up to 30 percent. Group registration discounts are also available!

Early Registration Deadline: September 19, 2003

Celebrating 19 years of excellence, the League for Innovation's Annual Conference on Information Technology (CIT) is the largest community and technical college conference in the nation and the premier instructional technology conference for two-year institutions. CIT features the very latest applications of information technology to improve teaching and learning, student services, and institutional management in community and technical colleges.

Peter Thompson, Marketing Director, Wi-Fi Division, T-Mobile
Wireless High-Speed Internet Access and Implications for Community Colleges

Diana Oblinger, Executive Director, Higher Education, Microsoft Corporation
The Next Generation Learner

Jack Uldrich, Author, The Next Big Thing Is Really Small, President, The NanoVeritas Group
Nanotechnology and Possible Directions for Educators

Patricia Donohue, President, Luzerne County Community College; Ray Fisher, Master, Arizona Chuan Fa Society; Mark David Milliron, President and CEO, League for Innovation in the Community College; Kathy Sigler, Provost, Operations, Miami-Dade College
A Sometimes Odd but Often Happy Couple: Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and Hands-On Disciplines

October 19-22, 2003

Administrators, faculty, and staff who want to explore and discuss the use of information technology to improve all aspects of educational institutions.

The benefits of attending CIT are as numerous and as diverse as the participants themselves:

  • Discuss strategies, solutions, and technologies with colleagues facing similar issues and concerns.

  • Hear firsthand what international experts have to say about important issues facing community and technical colleges.

  • Learn about the latest technology innovations and approaches that help accelerate learning.

  • Experience hands-on and demonstration sessions designed by and for new and experienced educators.

  • Compare the products and services of leading vendors in hours instead of weeks or months.

  • Expand your professional connections while exchanging advice and real-world experiences at receptions and other networking opportunities.

  • Embrace fresh perspectives and return to your campus rejuvenated and enthused.

  • Gain insight into how to leverage technology to help your institution reach its potential.

  • Learn about emerging technologies and their implications that may affect your job in the future.

Regardless of your campus responsibilities, whether you're a novice seeking solutions to everyday challenges or an experienced professional interested in learning about the latest educational advances, you'll find useful information and practical tips that will help you do your job more effectively.

Midwest Airlines Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Enjoy a stroll along the RiverWalk, experience an ethnic festival, cheer on the Milwaukee Brewers, tour the Milwaukee Art Museum, catch a theater performance, dine at one of the city's fine restaurants, enjoy the local flavor of a brewpub, taste history at the Miller Brewery, or see animals from around the world at the Milwaukee County Zoo . . . the possibilities are endless when you visit Milwaukee - the Genuine American City.

Registrations can be made online. Group registration discounts are available!

If you need additional information, please contact Ed Leach.


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