13th Annual Instructional Technology Conference
“Immersed In Learning “
For more information go to: http://www.mtsu.edu/itconf/index.shtml
For twelve years, the Instructional Technology Conference has provided thousands of higher educational professionals from across the country a place to share experiences and expertise in educational technology. The conference features nationally recognized speakers, high-quality presentations, and hands-on workshops as well as a convenient location, affordable cost, and friendly conference staff.
The 2008 Instructional Technology Conference at MTSU will carry on the tradition by showcasing technological users in learning environments. Come and discover how technology can effectively immerse students in the learning process.
Please join us April 6-8, 2008, for the 13th annual Instructional Technology Conference held on the campus of Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.
The Instructional Technology Conference continues to provide thousands of higher education professionals from across the country a place to share experiences and expertise in educational technology.
The 2008 Instructional Technology Conference will carry on the tradition of showcasing technological used in learning environments.
Send us your proposal for a pre-conference workshop, presentation, panel discussion, hands-on workshop, or poster session.
2008 Possible Session Topics
Technolgy and Learning Spaces
eLearning And Collaboration
Technology Tools for Immersing Students in Their Learning
Educational Value of Instructional Technology
Social Implications of eLearning
Incorporating eLearning for Students of All Ages
Deadline for Proposals is October 26, 2007
Type of Sessions
Pre-Conference Workshop – workshops will be scheduled on Sunday, April 6, 2008, from 1 – 4 p.m. Participants will work interactively with hardware and software.
Lecture/Presentation – presenter will share information about the session topic with participants.
Panel Discussion – moderator will lead the participants through a discussion related to the session topic.
Interactive Workshop – participants will receive hands-on experience with software and hands-on in a computer lab.
Poster Session – Posters will be displayed at the Double Tree Hotel on Monday, April 7, 2008, from 6:00- 7 p.m. (prior to banquet).
The following information must be included and formatted in the order below. Email your proposal as an ASCII text file, PDF or (RTF) Rich Text Format attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than October 26, 2007.
Name, affiliation, and complete contact information for each participant
Type of session:
Lecture/Presentationpresenter shares information about the session topic with participants.
Panel Discussionmoderator leads the participants through a discussion related to the session topic.
Hands-on Workshopparticipants work interactively with hardware or software in a computer lab.
Pre-Conference WorkshopParticipants work interactively with hardware or software prior to the beginning of the conference
Poster SessionAn abstract of 75 words or less will be sufficient. Posters will be displayed at the DoubleTree (formerly Garden Plaza) Hotel on Monday, April 7, 2008, from 6:00 – 7 p.m. (prior to banquet).
Title of proposed session
Abstract (approx. 75 words, for publication in conference materials)
Description (250-500 words)
Audience (faculty, presidents, provosts, deans, librarians, instructional technology specialists, lab directors, general)
Audience level (beginning, intermediate, advanced, all)
On-site equipment requirements
Length: All presentations, panel discussions, and poster sessions will be allotted one hour; all interactive workshops will be allotted two hours; pre-conference workshops will be allotted three hours.
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Send your proposal:
Email your proposal
Deadline for proposals is October 26, 2007
Acceptance decisions made by November 30, 2007
Early Bird conference registration fee: $125
Pre-conference Workshop fee: $50