torsdag, september 07, 2006

SITE 2007--Tech. & Teacher Education Call (San Antonio, Texas)


>> Call for Participation Deadline: October 25 <<

** Join with 1,200+ Colleagues from 50 Countries **

* Please forward to a colleague *

SITE 2007

Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education
International Conference

March 26-30, 2007 * San Antonio, Texas

(Crowne Plaza Riverwalk San Antonio)


** Submissions Due: Oct. 25, 2006 **

Organized by
Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE)
Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE)

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>> CONTENTS & LINKS (details below) <<

1. Call for Papers and Submission & Presenter Guidelines, Deadline
Oct. 25th:

2. Scope & Major Topics:

4. Presentation Categories:
5. Proceedings & Paper Awards:

6. Corporate Participation:
7. For Budgeting Purposes:

8. San Antonio, Texas:
9. Deadlines:

SITE 2007 is the 18th annual conference of the Society for Information
Technology and Teacher Education. This society represents individual
teacher educators and affiliated organizations of teacher educators
in all
disciplines, who are interested in the creation and dissemination of
knowledge about the use of information technology in teacher
education and
faculty/staff development. SITE is a society of AACE.

You are invited to participate in this international forum which offers
numerous opportunities to explore the research, development, and
in this important field. All proposals are peer reviewed.

SITE is the premiere international conference in this field and annually
attracts more than 1,200 leaders in the field from over 50 countries.

To submit a proposal, complete the online form at:

For Presentation and AV guidelines, see:

* Keynote Speakers
* Invited Panels/Speakers
* Papers (Full & Brief)
* Posters/Demonstrations
* Corporate Showcases & Demonstrations
* Tutorials/Workshops
* Roundtables
* Symposia

The Conference invites proposals from the introductory through
advanced level
on all topics related to:

(1) the use of information technology in teacher education, and
(2) instruction about information technology in
* Preservice
* Inservice
* Graduate Teacher Education
* Faculty & Staff Development

Proposals which address the theory, research and applications as well as
describe innovative projects are encouraged.


* Assessment and E-folios
* Corporate
* Distance/Flexible Education
* Electronic Playground
* Equity and Social Justice
* Evaluation and Research
* Information Technology Diffusion/Integration
* International
* Latino/Spanish Speaking Community
* Leadership
* New Possibilities with Information Technologies
* Graducate Education and Faculty Development
* Video Cases
* Web/Learning Communities
* Workforce Education

* Art Education
* Human Languages Education
* Information Technology Education
* English Education
* Mathematics Education
* Middle School Education
* Science Education
* Social Studies Education
* Special Education/Assistive Technology
* Young Child Education

The Technical Program includes a wide range of interesting and useful
activities designed to facilitate the exchange of ideas and
information. These include
keynote and invited talks, paper presentations, roundtables,
poster/demonstrations, tutorials/workshops, panels, and corporate

Accepted papers will be published by AACE in the Technology and Teacher
Education Annual proceedings series. Books in this series serve as major
source documents indicating the current state of teacher education and
information technology. This proceedings will be published as a
electronic book on CD-ROM.

The Annuals are internationally distributed through and archived in the
Education and Information Technology Digital Library, http://
First and second paper authors are limited to two papers published in
the Annual.

All presented papers will be considered for Best Paper Awards within
several categories.

Award winning papers may be:
Invited for publication in the
- Journal of Technology and Teacher Education (JTATE) (http:// or
- the online journal, Contemporary Issues in Technology & Teacher
Education (CITE) (,

Highlighted in the:
- AACE online periodical AACE Journal (
aacej/), and
= Education and Information Technology Digital Library, http://

A variety of opportunities are available to present research-oriented
papers, or to showcase and market your products and services. For
information about Corporate
Showcases (30 minutes) and Corporate Demonstrations (2-hours,
scheduled with the Poster/Demos),
click here.

The conference registration fee for all presenters and participants
will be
approximately $295 (members); $340 (non-members). Registration
includes Proceedings on
CD, receptions, and all sessions except tutorials.

The conference hotel (Crowne Plaza Riverwalk San Antonio) specially
guest room rate is $145 (single/double).

SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS: Sensational!

For many visitors, San Antonio is the Paseo del Rio, an urban
masterpiece. Better known as the "River Walk," these cobblestone and
flagstone paths border both sides of the San Antonio River, 20 feet
below street level, as it winds its way through the middle of the
business district.

The River Walk has multiple personalities quiet and park-like in
some stretches, while other areas are full of activity with European-
style sidewalk cafes, specialty boutiques, art galleries, nightclubs
and gleaming high-rise hotels.

Dining options in San Antonio run the gamut from fine French cuisine
to Chinese to Texas steaks and barbecue to Soul Food and Cajun, but
San Antonio is home to Tex-Mex.

When the sun sets in the west and the stars come out over the South
Texas plains, it’s time to head to the nightclubs and dance halls.
San Antonians and visitors alike enjoy two-stepping to a country-
western tune or swaying to a Tejano super group or a local conjunto
band. Or maybe it’s traditional jazz or a sing-along at an Irish pub
or piano bar?

What's special about San Antonio? The Alamo, the River Walk, conjunto
music, friendly people, Tex-Mex cuisine and Fiesta San Antonio. Yes,
and more. The answer is as varied as the people who live in and visit
San Antonio. Come experience San Antonio - her natural beauty, her
history, her people, her music, her cuisine. You'll leave with
memories to last a lifetime.

For further San Antonio information see:

Proposals Due: Oct. 25, 2006
Authors Notified: Nov. 29, 2006
Proceedings File Due: Jan. 30, 2007
Early Registration: Jan. 30, 2007
Hotel Reservation: Feb. 26, 2007
Conference: Mar. 26-30, 2007

To be added to the mailing list for this conference, link

If you have a question about SITE, please send an e-mail to
SITE/AACE Conference Services,

SITE--Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education
P.O. Box 1545
Chesapeake, Virginia 23327 USA
Phone: 757-366-5606 * Fax: 703-997-8760
E-mail: *

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