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January 23, 2021

K-12 Online Learning Reminder: SITE 2021 Proposals Due Jan. 29th

A reminder of this call for proposals.

SITE - Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education
Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education
Dear Michael Barbour,
This is a friendly reminder that proposals for this year’s SITE 2021 conference are due one week from today, on January 29th. You can access the information about the call for proposals and the submission form here: https://site.aace.org/conf/call/
We would also like to remind you that we are always looking for proposal reviewers. This is a great way to get involved with SITE and learn more about the ongoing research and projects of other SITE members. If you have previously served as a reviewer, please check the SITE reviewer system to make sure you are still listed as a reviewer. There seems to be some names missing from our list.
Thanks as always for all the work you do in the field and your support of SITE and the K-12 Online Learning SIG.
Sincerely,
K-12 Online Learning Chairs
Keryn Pratt and Cecil R Short

January 21, 2021

Find Your Community with SIGs: Proposals Due Jan. 29

A notice about the up-coming SITE conference in the Spring.

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Final Call for Proposals:
January 29, 2021
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SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS function as communities of practice, scholarly communities, and social communities where people can make connections between leading edge ideas in technology, innovation, and teacher education. The SIGs are the lifeblood of SITE and are aggregated into two Councils, the Informational Technology and Teacher Education Councils.
SIG GOALS & BENEFITS

  • Create communities around shared fields of interest
  • Social interaction during conference and after
  • Provide leadership and professional growth opportunities
  • Identify future areas of research and development
  • Mentor future leaders
  • Contribute to SITE with speaker referrals, special edition ebooks, and more!
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Conference Scope & Topics
LIVE online presentations throughout the week!
Limited asynchronous options are also available to meet your needs for flexibility and convenience.
  • Full & Brief Papers
    (Live & Pre-Recorded)
  • Best Practices 
    (Live & Pre-Recorded)
  • Panels (Live)
  • Roundtables (Live)
  • Innovators Playgrounds (Live)
  • Posters/Demonstrations
    (Pre-Recorded)
  • Workshops (Live)
  • Symposia  (Live)
Submit Your Proposal Now
Learn More About Presentations
Registration Details
Schedule Overview
All live and asynchronous presented sessions that are confirmed by the proceedings deadline will be published in our internationally respected and distributed conference Proceedings via LearnTechLib – The Learning & Technology Library.
SITE 2021 Online is the 32nd annual conference of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education. SITE 2021 Online is for anyone interested in the creation and dissemination of knowledge about the use of information technology in teacher education and faculty/staff development.
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SITE is organized and presented by AACE.
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January 15, 2021

Exciting LIVE Sessions Just Announced!

An update on this sprint time conference.

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March 30 – April 2, 2021
Final Call for Proposals:
January 29, 2021
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Kerry Rice, Professor & Fulbright Scholar, Boise State University
Rushton Hurley, Founder and Executive Director, Next Vista for Learning
Rajni Shankar-Brown, Jessie Ball duPont Endowed Chair of Social Justice Education, Stetson University

Additional Speakers Coming Soon!

WORKSHOPS ARE FREE TO ATTEND!  

Additional Workshops Coming Soon!

SITE 2021 will also feature a full schedule of LIVE online concurrent sessions. Meet with colleagues, join in live discussions, and engage in these presentations in real time! 

Submit a Proposal to Claim Your Live Session Spot!

Schedule Overview
Registration Details
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  • Full & Brief Papers
    (Live & Pre-Recorded)
  • Best Practices 
    (Live & Pre-Recorded)
  • Panels (Live)
  • Roundtables (Live)
  • Innovators Playgrounds (Live)
  • Posters/Demonstrations
    (Pre-Recorded)
  • Workshops (Live)
  • Symposia  (Live)
Learn More About Presentations
Conference Scope & Topics
SITE 2021 Online is the 32nd annual conference of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education. SITE 2021 Online is for anyone interested in the creation and dissemination of knowledge about the use of information technology in teacher education and faculty/staff development.
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January 14, 2021

Update from SITE President

Note this update on the annual spring conference.

AACE - Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education
Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education
Dear Michael Barbour:
Greetings SITE members!
Just a quick note to remind you that our second call for the SITE 21 conference is open, and the submission deadline is January 29. I know last April we expressed optimism that we would be together in San Diego; while we will miss seeing each other in person this year, our online conference is in good hands. Not only will this be SITE’s third online conference, but AACE has been running numerous other online conferences all year and I am very confident that our Director of Conferences and the very capable AACE staff will provide a well-run and engaging event.
I also wanted to share an opportunity with you that has come through SITE past president, David Slykhuis. Our friends at the EdTech Evidence Exchange, in collaboration with the National Technology Leadership Summit (NTLS), are offering $5K research grants to use a 30-minute, educator facing “EdTech Genome Context Inventory” in your ‘21-’22 work. As part of the EdTech Genome Project initiative, they are building a validation argument for the Context Inventory. Short applications, which are also due January 29, 2021, could be for inclusion of these instruments in a larger study in or for a new, small-scale study. Submit Applications here.
I hope to see you at our SITE conference March 30-April 2, engaging in dialogue about the critical topics facing teachers today, from managing remote teaching to having discussions with students about equity, social media, and digital citizenship. Our community has much to offer the educational community, and I look forward to seeing you online. Stay well, stay safe.
Best Regards,
Elizabeth Langran, Ph.D.
SITE President

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January 11, 2021

SITE 2021 Online: Call for Presentations Due Jan 29

Note this call for proposals and the fact that this organization has a K-12 online and blended learning SIG.

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SITE 2021 has now moved to a full schedule of LIVE online sessions. Meet with colleagues and engage in these presentations in real time! Join in live discussions and find a live Special Interest Group meeting that fits your area of interest or expertise.
Schedule Overview
NEW STUDENT RATE! We care about students and the next generation of educators. In consideration of our student attendees, SITE 2021Online is now offering a discounted rate for full-time students!
Registration Details
LIVE online presentations throughout the week!
Limited asynchronous options are also available to meet your needs for flexibility and convenience.
Submit Your Proposal Now
  • Full & Brief Papers
    (Live & Pre-Recorded)
  • Best Practices 
    (Live & Pre-Recorded)
  • Panels (Live)
  • Roundtables (Live)
  • Innovators Playgrounds (Live)
  • Posters/Demonstrations
    (Pre-Recorded)
  • Workshops (Live)
  • Symposia  (Live)
Learn More About Presentations
Conference Scope & Topics
All live and asynchronous presented sessions that are confirmed by the proceedings deadline will be published in our internationally respected and distributed conference Proceedings via LearnTechLib – The Learning & Technology Library.
SITE 2021 Online is the 32nd annual conference of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education. SITE 2021 Online is for anyone interested in the creation and dissemination of knowledge about the use of information technology in teacher education and faculty/staff development.
Follow us @SITEConf and tag your tweets with #SITE21
SITE is organized and presented by AACE.
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