HOST A FUTURE CIT CONFERENCE
The Conference on Instruction & Technology has dramatically increased in scope and number of offerings since its inception in 1992. Every year provides another valuable opportunity to bring over 800 faculty and professional staff together to network and share experiences.
The choice of a meeting site and the cooperation of the host campus make the conference a success! Hosting CIT requires work! But campuses say the preparation, exposure, and campus dialog have significant benefits.
To determine if hosting a CIT conference is right for your campus, read:
If hosting a CIT conference is right for your campus, submit your proposal describing your campuses physical and support facilities and explaining why your campus should be a CIT conference host. Submit your proposal to:
Nancy J. Motondo
CIT Conference Director
SUNY Center for Professional Development
6333 State Route 298, Suite 102
East Syracuse, NY 13057
Faculty Access to Computing Technologies (FACT2) Committee - Faculty Council of Community Colleges (FCCC) - Center for Professional Development (CPD) - University Faculty Senate (UFS)