you for your participation in the 2001 Conference on Information
Technology. Your support is integral in making this conference successful.
Please read the following information carefully. It contains important
guidelines for your particular type of session and may answer questions
you have about your presentation. Please notify the League immediately
if there are any changes to your session, including changes in your
copresenters. This information is crucial for the completion and
accuracy of the Conference Program.
key presenters are encouraged to check in at Speaker Support,
206A, second floor, Minneapolis Convention Center, as soon
as possible to confirm session time(s) and other details.
Session presentations take the form of an exhibit and are delivered
primarily through the use of visual displays. Presenters must
provide their own display materials and are encouraged
to have ample handout materials available for participants.
Any handouts should be prepared prior to your arrival.
participants will be free to move from one presentation to another
during Poster Sessions.
Session presentations provide the opportunity for participants
to make brief remarks, share information, and answer questions
about the presentation topic.
conference will provide a table and two chairs for each accepted
Poster Session presentation.
Sessions are not provided with access to electricity
or the Internet; however, presenters may arrange for electricity
and Internet connections at their expense by contacting Ed Leach.
audiovisual, software, and hardware must be provided by the
will be sending updated information throughout the next few months
as the need arises. If you have any additional questions regarding
your participation in the 2001 Conference on Information Technology,
please donít hesitate to contact Wendy