Proposals must be submitted by October 6, 2008
Presentations from institutions of higher learning may be proposed on topics including, but not limited to, the issues suggested in the track descriptions and the 2009 EDUCAUSE focus areas of teaching and learning, e-research and e-scholarship, managing the enterprise, and the evolving role of IT and leadership.
Track presentations will take place March 23–25, 2009 at the InterContinental Chicago Hotel in Chicago, Illinois. They are 45 minutes long. Presenters will be responsible for registering in advance for the conference, paying the full conference registration fee, and securing and paying for travel and lodging.
Poster sessions are one hour long and will take place immediately after lunch on Tuesday, March 24. Presenters will be responsible for registering in advance for the conference, paying the full conference registration fee, and securing and paying for travel and lodging.
We also seek lightning round presentations on best practices, technical or other innovative projects, research findings, and other topics for which informal discussion is valuable. The lightning round general session will take place on the afternoon of Tuesday, March 24.
Proposals will be reviewed by the conference program committee, and selected to provide a program that offers a comprehensive and diverse treatment of issues of importance to today's IT professional. Proposal respondents will be notified of decisions in November.