Call for Papers and Presentations

January 4, 2001

The Center for Internet Technology in Education (CiTE) is pleased to

announce a call for papers and presentations for its second annual

conference. The conference will be held March 7-9, 2001, at the Hyatt

Regency Tech Center in Denver, Colorado. “The Evolution of eLearning:

Educational Technology for this Generation and the Ne(x)t,” the conference

will focus on five content areas.

1)Leadership, Politics and Policy: Working with Institutions, States

and Systems in the Online Environment

2)Designing, Building and Teaching Effective Online Courses in the

Classroom and Beyond

3)Building, Growing and Managing Online Programs: Tools and Techniques

for Program Administrators

4)Student Services in the Online Environment: Serving All Your

Students Using Online Tools and Techniques

5)Serving the Ne(x)t Generation: An Exploration of Online Technologies

and Services

The first four tracks are designed to serve a specific audience institutional leaders, faculty members, program administrators and student

services professionals. The fifth track will focus on eCollege products and

services. Sessions within this track are designed for present and future

eCollege users who may fall into any one of the four focus areas, as well as

other vendor and content providers.

Conference submissions can take several forms: papers, presentations, panels

or showcase sessions. Faculty members have the opportunity to present their

courses in an informal showcase session that resembles a computer-based

poster session. Showcase submissions will be accepted focusing on type of

course, discipline, delivery and technique.

Presentations are encouraged to be dynamic and interactive. At the first

annual conference, which was held in Denver in March of 2000, over 50

presenters led sessions individually and with co-presenters.

For more details on each of the tracks and to submit a proposal for review,

please visit Proposals will be accepted and reviewed

on a rolling basis through January 15, 2001. Speakers will be notified

within 15 days of submission.