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SIGITE 2019 Submission Extension

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Due to the request of several authors, the submission deadline for SIGITE 2019 is being extended until Sunday June 16th, 2019. This deadline is absolute and necessary in order to meet the requirements of our publishing company.

The program committee seeks papers, posters, PhD presentations, lightning talks, panels, and workshops on IT curriculum, cloud computing, Internet of Things, NoSQL, Big Data, Data Analytics, and other traditional and emerging IT technologies in addition to papers aimed at this year’s theme. The complete call for papers can be found at http://sigite2019.sigite.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/SIGITE-2019-CALL-FOR-PROPOSALS-1.pdf and you can submit your work via https://csm.ist.rit.edu.

For questions about your submissions, contact one of this year’s program chairs:

George Grispos, ggrispos@unomaha.edu

Dan Bogaard, Dan.Bogaard@rit.edu

SIGITE 2019 Conference Website Launched!

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The University of Washington Tacoma is the host for the 20th Annual Conference for the Special Interest Group for IT Educators. The Information Technology Program at the university is the 37th ABET accredited program in the United States and has 210 students. Graduates of the program work for tech giants Microsoft, Amazon, T Mobile, Expedia, Infoblox, Boeing and many other companies throughout the South Sound.

Want to know more about the conference? Come and visit the conference website by clicking below.

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ACM SIGITE Call for Participation – New Logo

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SIGITE 2019 Conference Announcement

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The University of Washington Tacoma is the host for the 20th Annual Conference for the Special Interest Group for IT Educators. The campus is located in downtown Tacoma Washington and has revitalized the downtown area. The campus is within walking distance of the Conference site and the conference hotels. The campus has grown to 5500 students since its founding in 1990. The Information Technology Program is the 37th ABET accredited program in the United States and has 210 students. Graduates of the program work for tech giants Microsoft, Amazon, T Mobile, Expedia, Infoblox, Boeing and many other companies throughout the South Sound.

The conference runs from October 2 – 5, 2019 and will take place at the Greater Tacoma Convention Center, Tacoma, Washington.

Theme

The theme for SIGITE 2019 is “Transforming IT Education.” IT Is a combination of Programming, Human Computer Interaction, Networking, Databases, and Web Technologies with an overarching security component. This unique blend of subjects is constantly changing, which makes for a unique challenge for IT educators to produce graduates ready for today’s workforce. 70% of our students come from our local community colleges, thus there will be a community college component to SIGITE 2019. Community colleges play a vital role in IT Education and improved interaction is needed.

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SIGITE 2018 Submission Deadline Extended

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The submission deadline for SIGITE 2018 is rapidly approaching. Thanks to all procrastinators out there, the submission deadline has been extended to Friday, June 15, 2018.

Revised Call for Proposals
Revised Call for Proposals

SIGITE 2018 CFP Now Available

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The Call For Papers for SIGITE 2018 is now available. The 19th Annual Conference on Information Technology Education will be hosted by Broward College and will take place at the Riverside Hotel. The conference is sponsored by the ACM Special Interest Group of Information Technology Education (SIGITE).

The conference runs from October 3 – 6, 2018 and will take place at the Riverside Hotel, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Theme

The theme of SIGTE 2018 is “Innovate, Educate, and Create.” The ability to inspire innovation and creativity comes from education. The conference theme seeks to showcase how educators from around the world use innovative techniques to prepare their graduates for the workplace. Information Technology in education needs a culture and SIGITE serves as its center. While the forts from Fort Lauderdale have disappeared, SIGITE 2018 will help spread new ideas into new frontiers. The aim of this conference is to link education to innovation and creativity.

Call for Participation
Call for Participation

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SIGITE/RIIT 2017 Submission Deadline Extended

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The submission deadline for SIGITE/RIIT 2017 is rapidly approaching. Thanks to all procrastinators out there, the submission deadline has been extended to Monday, June 19, 2017.

Revised Call for Papers
Revised Call for Papers

SIGITE/RIIT 2017 CFP Now Available

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The Call For Papers for SIGITE/RIIT 2017 is now available. The 18th Annual Conference on Information Technology Education and the 6th Annual Conference on Research in Information Technology (RIIT) will be hosted by Rochester Institute of Technology and will take place at the Hyatt Regency Rochester Hotel. Both conferences are sponsored by the ACM Special Interest Group of Information Technology Education (SIGITE).

The conference runs from October 4 – 7, 2017 and will take place at the Hyatt Regency Rochester Hotel, New York.

Theme

The theme of both conferences is “Enabling the Future.” From its establishment in the early 1800s, Rochester, NY has long been a city that leveraged innovation. The Erie Canal allowed Rochester millers to ship their flour across the state to Albany (earning it the nickname, “Flour City”), flexible photographic film allowed George Eastman to grow his Kodak empire, and today photonics are creating new possibilities. The canal, the flexible film, and photonics are all enablers, but in the Internet of Things, ubiquitous computing, and smart communities, information technology is the enabler. The networking, the massive data stores, and the user experience all depend on information technology. The aim of the conferences is to showcase how information technology enables the future.

Call for Participation
Call for Participation

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SIGITE/RIIT 2016 Submission Deadline Extended

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The submission deadline for SIGITE/RIIT 2016 is rapidly approaching. Thanks to all procrastinators out there, the submission deadline has been extended to Wednesday, June 15, 2016.

Revised Call for Papers
Revised Call for Papers

SIGITE/RIIT 2016 CFP Now Available

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The Call For Papers for SIGITE/RIIT 2016 is now available. The 17th Annual Conference on Information Technology Education and the 5th Annual Conference on Research in Information Technology (RIIT) will be hosted by University of Massachusetts Boston and will take place at the Back Bay Hilton. Both conferences are sponsored by the ACM Special Interest Group of Information Technology Education (SIGITE).

The conference runs from September 28 to October 1, 2016 and will take place at the Back Bay Hilton in Boston, Massachusetts.

Theme

The theme of both conferences is “Securing Our Future.” Since the time of the Revolutionary War, Boston has been involved in establishing a secure future for this country. While many people still think of the military aspect when it comes to security, as information technologists we know that the digital aspect is a growing threat for the future. Cyber security and information assurance are just two of the many topics that have become incredibly important. How do we develop software applications and hardware infrastructures that are dependable, resilient, and secure? We seek submissions that address ways for information technologists and information technology educators to enable a secure future, directly and through our students.

Call for Participation
Call for Participation (Revised February 20, 2016)

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