CAMPUS TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE 2007

Campus Technology 2007:
Roadmap to IT Leadership

Early Bird rates available through June 22.

Pre-Conference Workshops + Conference Registration $799
Conference Registration $599

Plan now -- after June 22, rates increase by $100.

Special Team Registration Pricing!
When one member of your team registers at the individual rate, additional team member rates are:

        Pre-Conference Workshops + Conference Registration $699
        Conference Registration $499

Join us this summer for our 14th Annual Education Technology Conference.
Registration opens February 15!

Call for Poster Sessions

Be among a select group to present and discuss your work at our annual Campus Technology conference, this year focusing on leadership challenges as well as technology solutions.

PROPOSAL DEADLINE: February 23, 2007

Proposals are now being accepted for poster sessions, which will be presented during Exhibit Hall hours, July 31 and August 1. This is an excellent way to gain exposure for your work, share your project results with peers, and have in-depth discussions with attendees.

Here are just a few of the issues and topics to be discussed at Campus Technology 2007:

  • How to Develop and Sustain IT Leadership
  • Smart Classrooms
  • Instructional Technology
  • Mobility/Convergence
  • Administrative Technology
  • Campus Infrastructure
  • Emerging Technologies for Higher Education
  • Telecom/VoIP
  • Online and Distance Education
  • ePortfolio Systems

HOW TO SUBMIT A PROPOSAL

Interested parties are invited to submit proposals via e-mail per the following instructions. All relevant proposals will be considered, so if you have a compelling education technology topic related to, but not specified in the list above, please feel free to submit a proposal.

SESSION FORMAT:

Poster Session – A detailed display of graphic presentations, papers, and related materials, posted on a bulletin board in the designated poster area. Poster presenters will be onhand with their posters for informal discussion with attendees at designated, hour-long session times. Battery-operated laptops and other small, self-contained devices will be accommodated.

SAMPLE CONFERENCE TOPICS/SUBTOPICS

IT LEADERSHIP
      Consensus building/team building
      Networking/exchange
      Leadership development
      Organizational structure
      A seat at the table
      Budget strategies/Finding funding
      Policies and Politics
      Management and business skills
      Internal marketing for IT

ACADEMIC TECHNOLOGIES
      Instructional technology
      Smart classrooms
      Teaching with technology/Course design
      Collaboration and Learning Environments/CMS/LMS
      Online and distance education
      Mobility/convergence
      Social networking
      Tablets/Laptops/Desktops
      Display technologies

CAMPUS-WIDE SYSTEMS/IT INFRASTRUCTURE/ADMINISTRATION
      Administrative technology (ERP, eCommerce)
      Campus Infrastructure (Networks, Security)
      Business continuity
      Data warehousing/Data mining
      Academic analytics
      Telecom/VoIP
      Campus portals/Student information systems
      ePortfolio systems
      Open source

CREATING A FUTURE VISION FOR THE CAMPUS
      Emerging technologies
      New social contexts for technology
      High performance computing and research technologies

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
Submissions should include the following information:

  • The title of the presentation
  • Name and academic title (e.g., Ph.D. or Ed.D.) for each presenter
  • Position/functional title for each presenter (e.g., CIO, Instructional Designer, etc.)
  • Main institutional affiliation for each presenter (note, if you have m ore than one affiliation, we do want to have that info—but please also identify your main affiliation)
  • E-mail address and phone number for each presenter (we appreciate multiple phone contacts if possible—work, home, cell)
  • Presenter bio(s) suitable for publication (one 75-word paragraph each—be sure to include current position and affiliation)
  • Any further information that might be helpful in determining the relevance of your topic to the conference (further descriptive information about the presentation or presenters, publications, presentations, related advisory roles, etc.)

The final date for submissions is February 23, 2007. Notification of acceptance will be made by March 23, 2007. Proposals will only be accepted electronically.

PRESENTERS OF ACCEPTED POSTER SESSIONS MAY REGISTER AT THE SPEAKER DISCOUNT RATE.

To submit your proposal by e-mail:
mailto:conferences@campustechnology.com.

Kindly include the following in the subject line (where “lastname” is the presenter’s last name):

CT2007_lastname

Please note that presenters will be strongly encouraged, though not required, to submit the following: By June 1, 2007, a 1,000- to 1,500- word article for consideration for publication in the conference proceedings, or on the Campus Technology website.

Further details will be available upon acceptance of your poster presentation.

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