At this time we are continuing to plan for the 21st ACM Annual Conference on Information Technology Education at Omaha in October. We will keep you informed of decisions about alternative modes of conducting the conference if the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact travel and gatherings such as ours.
Paper submission deadline is set for June 1.
For more information about the CFP and submission details please visit the conference website.
About SIGITE Annual Conferences and SIGITE2020 @ Omaha:
The conference is sponsored by the ACM Special Interest Group for Information Technology Education (SIGITE). The conference provides a forum for sharing and developing ideas relating to Information Technology
(IT) research, education, applications, IT industry-academia relationships, and our roles as professionals, educators, teachers, and advocates for the effective use of information technology. IT as a professional endeavor is influenced by multiple disciplines – computer science, information systems, management science, cognitive science, psychology, learning, and much more. Consequently, educators at all levels (secondary school through University) have to deal with challenges of emergent areas of study such as IT innovation, Human Computer Interaction (HCI), Human Machine Interaction (HMI), Cybersecurity, Agile Software Engineering, Social Informatics, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML) and much more.
We invite university faculty, instructors, K-12 educators, community colleges, corporate and public sector, and all others interested in IT education and research to participate in this conference. We welcome submissions in the following categories: Papers, panels, workshops, extended abstracts and big ideas in IT education