Conference Registration is now available. Click here to go to registration system.
The 14th Annual Conference in Information Technology Education (SIGITE) and the 2nd Annual Conference on Research in Information Technology (RIIT) will be held in Orlando, Florida, October 10-12, 2013. SIGITE/RIIT 2013 will be hosted by the University of South Florida. Both conferences are sponsored by the ACM Special Interest Group on Information Technology Education (SIGITE).
You can now make reservations at the conference hotel – the all-suite Caribe Royale in Orlando – at the special conference rate of $129/night. Click Here or call toll-free to 888-258-7501.
This dual conference provides a forum for sharing and developing ideas relating to Information Technology research, education, applications, IT‐industry‐academia relationships and our roles as professionals, educators, and advocates for the effective use of Information Technology. The dual annual SIGITE/RIIT conferences, aimed at providing a venue for showcasing research in information technology that may or may not have a connection with teaching IT, will be co-located and tightly integrated; attendees will be able to attend sessions of both at no additional charge.
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1) A license granting ACM non-exclusive permission to publish — by choosing to pay for perpetual open access from the ACM Digital Library, authors can opt to manage all rights to their work themselves.
2) A new Publishing License Agreement granting ACM exclusive publication rights — in choosing this license authors grant ACM the right to serve as the exclusive publisher of their work and to manage ongoing rights and permissions associated with the work, including the right to defend the work against improper use by third parties. This exclusive license is roughly the equivalent of ACM’s traditional Copyright Transfer Agreement except that the author continues to hold copyright.
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