The League for Innovation's annual Conference on Information Technology (CIT) offers a diverse program and cutting-edge exposition exploring the intelligent application of information technology in community and technical colleges.
CIT IS PERFECT FOR Faculty Administrators Chief Technology Officers Instructional and Curriculum Designers Registrars Faculty Development Specialists Webmasters Librarians Multimedia Specialists Counselors and Advisors Facilities Managers Institutional Researchers Business Officers
Trustees Analysts and Programmers
and others who care about exploring and expanding the use of
information technology to improve all aspects of the educational
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
of attending CIT are as numerous and as diverse as the participants
strategies, solutions, and technologies with colleagues facing
similar issues and concerns.
hand what international experts have to say about important issues
facing community and technical colleges.
the latest technology innovations and approaches that help
hands-on and demonstration sessions designed by and for new and
products and services of leading vendors in hours instead of weeks
professional connections while exchanging advice and real-world
experiences at receptions and other networking opportunities.
perspectives and return to your campus rejuvenated and enthused.
into how to leverage technology to help your institution reach its
emerging technologies and their implications that may affect your
job in the future.
André LaMothe, CEO and Chief Scientist,
Nurve Networks LLC and Xtreme Games LLC
Closing General Session
The League for Innovation is proud to announce a new
conference feature that is sure to please. Beginning
this fall in Dallas, the
General Session Keynote Speaker will be a community
college practitioner or leader with significant real-world
experience implementing a technology-related process,
project, initiative, or idea that resulted in a considerable
and positive impact for his or her institution's students,
faculty, administrators, and staff.
The 2005 Conference on Information Technology will be held at the largest convention hotel in the Southwest, the Wyndham Anatole Hotel in Dallas, Texas. The Anatole is just minutes from several of Dallas' entertainment centers including the West End and Deep Ellum, as well as world class shopping at North Park Mall and the Galleria.
The Wyndham Anatole is also just a short drive to Texas Stadium, The Ballpark at Arlington, world-class thoroughbred racing at Lone Star Park, and several year-round golf courses.
Dallas offers visitors a unique blend of Southwestern warmth, cosmopolitan flair, Old West charm, and modern sophistication. Come see why it's the #1 leisure and business destination in Texas!
Ultimate Guide to Dallas-Fort Worth
The Ultimate Guide to Dallas-Fort Worth is a Windows desktop application that, once downloaded to your PC, is available for offline use. The Guide is updated monthly through brief internet sessions that synchronize your current content with the latest information available about dining, entertainment, services, transportation, attractions, and other valuable information useful to visitors to the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex.
Just click the link below to download the 2005 CIT Ultimate Guide to Dallas-Fort Worth. When the download is complete, you will be prompted to install the application. Download times are dependent on the speed of your connection. The application will automatically open after installation. Leave the application open for about 15 minutes to allow content to download. (You can minimize the application and it will download in the background).