The Call for Presentations is now closed - thanks to all who submitted an abstract!
Call for Presentations
Presentations are sought for the 21st Annual Conference on Instruction & Technology (CIT), sponsored by the SUNY FACT2 (Faculty Advisory Council on Teaching and Technology) Committee and hosted by Stony Brook University, May 29 - June 1, 2012.
Faculty, professionals, technologists, support staff, administrators, and librarians from all SUNY campuses, state-operated, statutory, and community colleges are invited to submit abstracts to present at this conference. The primary SUNY presenter from each abstract accepted for presentation will be awarded a FACT2 Scholarship of $100 to be applied toward their conference registration.
We welcome proposals from outside the SUNY system as well. Individuals selected to present from outside the SUNY system are not eligible for a FACT2 Scholarship, but will be extended a special presenter's registration rate.
This year's conference theme The Power of Connections is supported by five tracks:
1. Connecting: Building Communities & Bridging Campuses
2. Mobile: Anytime, Anywhere, Any Tool
3. Innovative Instruction: Supporting Academic Excellence and Student Success
4. Education Pipeline: From Developmental through Continuing Education
5. Open Everything
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We seek six session formats:
1. Presentations (30 minutes in length)
2. Panels (75 minutes in length and more than 2 presenters)
3. Hands on Demo (75 minutes in length and held in a computer lab)
4. Birds of a Feather (75 minutes in length)
5. Posters (75 minutes in length)
6. Pre-Conference Workshops (3 hours and held on Tuesday)
7. Vendor Presentation (30 minutes in length)
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Presenters should include the level of knowledge required for their presentation based on the following rating levels:
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