Instructional technology conference May 21-24
SUNYIT will host the State University of New York’s annual Conference on Instruction & Technology (CIT) May 21-24. This year's conference, "Transformation in Higher Education: Sharing Ideas and Showing Results," is expected to attract about 500 faculty, instructional support professionals, librarians and administrators from SUNY's 64 campuses and from private colleges and universities across the country.
"This will be the third time in the history of the conference that SUNYIT has played host to this prestigious event," said Wolf Yeigh, president of SUNYIT. "We are pleased to welcome the conference attendees and look forward to productive discussions."
The conference provides faculty, instructional support professionals, librarians, and administrators with an opportunity to share experiences and expertise, discuss common problems, brainstorm solutions, and explore ways to improve learning with technology. CIT is sponsored by the Faculty Advisory Council on Teaching & Technology Committee, the Center for Professional Development, Faculty Council of Community Colleges, and University Faculty Senate.
More information is available at cit.suny.edu.
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