Event Date/Time: Nov 11, 2007 End Date/Time: Nov 14, 2007
Registration Date: Nov 10, 2007
Early Registration Date: Oct 18, 2007
Abstract Submission Date: Mar 25, 2007
Paper Submission Date: Mar 25, 2007
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The 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. The League for Innovation's annual CIT serves as:

A technology showcase for state-of-the-art information technology applications;

A place to foster globalization in national and international communications among community college educators;

An incubator and emporium of ideas for enhancing the teaching and learning process;

A path to support the human side of technology and help break down barriers and fears about technology;

A venue to create awareness of community college initiatives; and

An engaging, exciting, and fun time.

This conference regularly attracts close to 3,000 - 4,000 community, technical, and four-year college/university senior- and mid-level administrators, faculty, and professional staff, in addition to a significant number of corporate and other educational leaders. An impressive number of attendees are international participants, including close to 100 educators annually from the Netherlands.

The League is your conduit to more than 700 colleges and their decision-makers. Corporate Partners receive a complimentary 10' x 20' booth (upgrades available upon request), and are exclusive exhibitors. More than 120 corporations have discovered the benefits associated with a League Corporate Partnership.

Don't miss the opportunity to exhibit at the most comprehensive educational technology conference and largest community and technical college conference in the nation. The Exhibition Hall is an important part of CIT and offers companies the special opportunity to present their products and services to more than 3,000 community and technical college educators. CIT is the place where community and technical college faculty, administrators, chief technology officers, instructional/curriculum designers, registrars, faculty development specialists, webmasters, librarians, multimedia specialists, counselors/advisors, facilities managers, chief business officers, analysts/programmers, and trustees gather information on the latest hardware, software, services, and trends happening in the world of educational technology.


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We expect to continue the momentum and excitement generated by previous CITs by bringing an even greater number of participants to the inviting and alluring city of Nashville. Those of you who have exhibited at CIT in previous years know that space in the hall is limited and fills quickly. Be sure and secure your exhibition space early at 2007 Conference on Information Technology!