The League for Innovation's annual Conference on Information Technology (CIT) is the premier showcase of the use of information technology to improve teaching and learning, student services, and institutional management in community and technical colleges. Celebrating seventeen years of excellence, CIT features a technologically sophisticated and topically diverse program that helps educators explore and expand their use of technology. This Call for Proposals is an invitation to join your colleagues in this dynamic learning community to discover how information technology is transforming the educational enterprise.

Instructions for Submitting Proposals

  • To submit a proposal for the 2001 Conference on Information Technology, read the conference notes below and fill out the online form.

  • Please contact Ed Leach (949-367-2884) if you have any questions as you complete the online form.

Conference Notes

Neither honoraria nor expenses are paid to program presenters. 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. A $50 discount is available to members of the League's Alliance. Click here for more information about the Alliance and its benefits.

Program Changes
Conference coordinators reserve the right to suggest changes in the proposed program, to place sessions in alternative program tracks, and to encourage joint presentations if multiple proposals have been submitted on similar topics.