The Faculty Advisory Council on Teaching & Technology (FACT2) and the CIT Planning Committee are pleased to announce the CIT 2020 Keynote and Closing Speakers.
Jesse Stommel, internationally recognized, award-winning teacher and education expert will deliver the Keynote on Thursday, May 28.
Michelle Miller, Director of the First Year Learning Initiative, Professor of Psychological Sciences, and President’s Distinguished Teaching Fellow at Northern Arizona University will close the conference on Friday, May 29.
For more information visit the CIT website at https://cit.suny.edu/call-for-presentations/
Submit Your Abstract Today! Abstract Submissions Close December 31st!
All SUNY campuses, state-operated, statutory, and community colleges are invited to submit abstracts to present at this conference. We welcome proposals from outside the SUNY system as well.
Guidelines for Presentation Submission: Proposals are due by December 31, 2019
This year’s theme The Shared University: Working Together to Prepare all Students for a Lifetime of Learning is supported by the following tracks:
• Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
• Emerging Technologies and Digital Strategies
• Measuring Effectiveness
• Open Education
• Pedagogically Speaking
Abstract submissions are being accepted at the Introductory, Intermediate and Advanced levels and in the following formats: Presentation, Panel, Birds of a Feather, Hands-on Demo, Ignite, Workshop, Special Interest Group, and Poster.
New Abstract Link! Please note there is a new link to submit your abstract.
To submit your abstract go to https://sunycpd.eventsair.com/cit20gv/cit20ap and follow the instructions to ‘Create an Account’ if you don’t already have one. Once you have set up an account, select ‘Abstract Submission’ from the top menu bar to begin.