2007 CIT Information
Presenter Faq

November 11-14, 2007
Nashville Convention Center
Nashville, Tennessee

Hosted By: Tennessee Board of Regents System

2007 CIT News & Events
Bullet   2007 CIT Presentation Materials
Bullet   Conference Program is Now Available
Bullet   Registration Is Now Open For 2007 CIT
Bullet   Travel & Hotel Information
Bullet   Learning Center Courses Are Now Available
Bullet   Special Sessions Available
Bullet   Session Listing
Bullet   Orientation Reception
Bullet   Nashville Walking Tours
Bullet   Discounted Nashville Predators Tickets
  Call for Proposals
2007 CIT Contacts

      Ed Leach
      (480) 705-8200 x233

      Judy Greenfield
      (480) 705-8200 x200

  Presenter Questions:
      Robin Piccirilli
      (480) 705-8200 x232

      Chris Hennessey
      (480) 705-8200 x237

  Ancillary Meetings,
    Hotel Information:
      Robin Piccirilli
      (480) 705-8200 x232
2006 CIT Highlights

Frequently Asked Questions

How many conference participants will attend my session?

How many participants attend any particular session depends largely on the interest in that particular session, the presenter's name recognition, and how many and what other sessions are available in the same timeslot. Forums Sessions are intended for an audience of 50 to 75 people, but the actual number of participants can range from 4-5 to 70-75. Hands-On Alley Computer Labs will have 30 to 50 stations, depending on the specific lab. Learning Center Courses participation depends largely on the interest in a particular course's content and the presenter's name recognition. Because participation in Learning Center Courses is fee-based, Learning Center Course presenters can request an attendee list prior to the conference. Roundtable Discussions are aimed at audiences of 10 to 12, but in actuality can range from 2-3 to 15-20.  Traffic will vary during Poster Session since participants are free to move from one presentation to another.

Can I schedule a rehearsal prior to my session?

Presenters will have the opportunity to schedule an onsite rehearsal. Before the conference, an email will be sent to each session's Key Presenter requesting that person to go online and schedule a rehearsal time prior to their arrival.

Do I need to register for the conference?

Once a proposal has been accepted and a speaker agreement form has been signed, all presenters are required to register and pay the conference registration fee. Neither honoraria nor expenses are paid to presenters.

Who attends the Conference on Information Technology?

Administrators, Chief Technology Officers, Faculty, 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. A graphical representation of this can be found on the Conference Profile page.

Who can I contact if I have questions?

Presenter questions should be directed to Robin Piccirilli, (480) 705-8200 x232.


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