CIT 2020 will feature a keynote address from Jesse Stommel, Ph.D. Jesse is the executive director of the Division of Teaching and Learning Technologies at University of Mary Washington, co-author of An Urgency of Teachers: The Work of Critical Digital Pedagogy, and co-editor of Disrupting the Digital Humanities. Jesse is best known for his work as a champion of teachers and
We encourage you to complete evaluations on the sessions you attended at CIT (through the attendee app), as well as an overall conference evaluation. You will find these at https://sunycpd.eventsair.com/cit-2019/cit2019. Evaluations will be available until Friday, June 28. Those who complete an evaluation will be entered into a drawing for a FREE registration to CIT 2020 at SUNY Oswego!
Heather Payne is the founder of Ladies Learning Code, a national not-for-profit organization that runs popular workshops for women and girls. Named one of Canada’s 100 Most Powerful Women by the Women’s Executive Network, she is revolutionizing our approach to technology, education, and entrepreneurship.
We are pleased to announce that the CIT 2020 Call for Presentations is now open! For more information go to the Call for Presentations page under Annual Conference. To go directly to the abstract submission site, select Submit Abstract.
Check out the CIT 2019 sessions to be broadcast live! Links can be found on the CIT 2019 page at https://cit.suny.edu/cit-2019/.