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2007 CIT
November 11-14, 2007
Nashville Convention Center
Nashville, Tennessee
Hosted by Tennessee Board of Regents System



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About CIT
CPCC LogoCentral Piedmont Community College has generously prepared a website where PowerPoint slides are available for many of the presentations made at the 2006 Conference on Information Technology. Click here to access a wealth of best practices, expertise, and advice!

“Your conference was one of the most meaningful ones I've ever attended, and I've recommended to our vice president that we send a contingent this year to the CIT. I cannot convey to you how much I learned from your presenters.”
Barbara Messina, English Department, Berkeley College

About CITThe 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 FacultyAdministratorsChief Technology OfficersInstructional and Curriculum DesignersRegistrarsFaculty Development SpecialistsWebmasters LibrariansMultimedia SpecialistsCounselors and Advisors Facilities ManagersInstitutional ResearchersBusiness OfficersTrusteesAnalysts and Programmersand others who care about exploring and expanding the use of information technology to improve all aspects of the educational enterprise.

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!

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 first hand 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.

Honorable Sue Myrick
Sunday, October 22
5:00 - 6:30 p.m.
Honorable Sue Myrick. U.S. Representative, North Carolina

Ellen D. Wagner
Monday, October 23
11:00 a.m. - 12:00 Noon
Ellen D. Wagner, Senior Director, Worldwide E-Learning Solutions, Adobe Systems

Martin G. Bean
Tuesday, October 24
11:15 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Martin G. Bean, Managing Director, Worldwide Education Industry, Microsoft Corporation

Closing General Session

Terri Manning
Again this year the Closing General Session Keynote Speaker will be a community college practitioner who has had a positive impact on his or her institution.



People engagingWhat participants of past conferences have to say:

"I've attended several national conferences and CIT was by far the best. I came home with an overwhelming amount of information."

"This was my first League conference and I was extremely pleased."

"EXCELLENT conference! I packed in a lot of very usable information and techniques in a short amount of time!"

"I thoroughly enjoyed the conference. My head is stuffed with new ideas and plans for our institution."

"One of the best conferences I have attended in recent years."

"It was good to rub shoulders with others who love learning and are committed to excellence in higher education, especially in the area of technology."

"I look forward to attending next year's CIT and plan on recommending that more colleagues attend!"

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