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2008 Conference on Information Technology
Register for the conference prior to the end of this fiscal year!
October 19-22, 2008
Salt Palace Convention Center
Salt Lake City, Utah
CIT is perfect for educators 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!
Available are group registration discounts and an exciting selection of informative Learning Center Courses, special three-hour or full-day workshops that provide in-depth exposure to specific topics while connecting a community of learners. Early registration helps ensure that you secure a place in the Learning Center Course(s) of your choice!
Confirmed Keynote Speakers. Tracey Wilen-Daugenti, Managing Director, Public Sector Practice, Internet Business Solutions Group, Cisco; Michael Wesch, Assistant Professor. Cultural Anthropology, Digital Ethnography Working Group, Kansas State University; Charles W. Gould, President, Florence-Darlington Technical College; J. Larry Keen, President, Fayetteville Technical Community College; Michael B. McCall, President and Chief Executive Officer, Kentucky Community and Technical College System; and Marly Bergerud, Vice President, Education Development, EON Reality, Inc.
Back by Popular Design! Demonstrations of 3D HoloProjection (3DH) technology will again be available during the conference! 3DH is a futuristic technology being introduced into learning environments to create more immersive and realistic learning experiences. The possibilities 3DH holds for education will immediately become clear once you see and experience a live demonstration of an image created and displayed using this technology. If a picture is worth a thousand words, then the 3DH live demonstrations are worth millions!
New Special Focus! For the 2008 CIT, the special focus for Track 1 is Web 2.0 and Its Implication for Community Colleges.
Salt Lake City, Utah. Salt Lake City combines the amenities of a major metropolitan area with the friendliness of a small, western city. Salt Lake City is fast becoming one of America’s foremost destinations. A beautiful, safe, and vibrant city, Salt Lake combines unparalleled access to natural recreation, a bustling economy, dynamic nightlife, remarkable history, warm hospitality, and Utah’s Greatest Snow on Earth.
Exhibiting at CIT. The 2008 CIT will continue the momentum and excitement generated by previous conferences by bringing an even greater number of participants to the inviting and alluring city of Salt Lake. Companies that have exhibited at CIT in previous years know that space in the hall is limited and fills quickly. Be sure to secure your exhibition space early for the 2008 CIT! Direct any questions about exhibiting or about becoming a League Corporate Partner to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hotel and travel information is now available. For assistance or additional information, please visit http://www.league.org/2008cit/, email Ed Leach, or call (480) 705-8200, x233.