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Conference Series : Conference on Information Technology Education
When Oct 11, 2023 - Oct 14, 2023
Where Marietta, Georgia
Submission Deadline Jun 20, 2023
Notification Due Jul 25, 2023
Categories    machine learning   education   computer science   information technology

Call For Papers

The focus of the conference theme will be on exploring how IT education can be adapted to meet the needs of a rapidly changing technological landscape. This includes the impact of emerging technologies and shifting workforce needs. The theme aims to encourage discussions on how IT educators can prepare graduates for a constantly evolving job market. Additionally, it will delve into the ways IT education can be tailored to meet the specific needs of different industries and organizations. The importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion in IT education will also be a significant aspect of the conference theme. The discussions will aim to show how a more equitable and inclusive workforce in the industry can be achieved through IT education.

The 24th ACM Annual Conference on Information Technology Education (SIGITE 2023) will be hosted by Kennesaw State University and will take place on Kennesaw State University – Marietta Campus from October 11-14, 2023. We are excited to see how this conference will inspire insightful discussions and collaborations to address the challenges facing the field of IT education in our ever-changing world. We look forward to welcoming attendees from around the world to engage in these discussions and exchange knowledge and ideas that will shape the future of IT education. We invite submissions on a broad range of topics related to IT Education, including but not limited to cutting-edge areas such as artificial intelligence, blockchain, virtual and augmented reality, cloud computing, big data, and the Internet of Things. We also welcome submissions on related topic areas such as cybersecurity, user experience design, distance and hybrid learning, and the current state of the IT industry. We encourage innovative and forward-thinking proposals of the following types that challenge and inspire the IT education community to explore new frontiers and push the boundaries of the field.


Submissions will be no longer than six double-column pages and will undergo a blind peer reviewing process. Authors will have approximately 30 minutes for their presentation, including the question and answer period. Accepted papers must be presented by at least one author and will be published in the conference proceedings.

For submissions falling under this category, the first author of the paper must currently be a registered student (undergraduate or graduate). The paper's length should not exceed six double-column pages. Submissions of this category will also undergo a blind peer review process. Accepted papers much be presented by a student author and will be published in the conference proceedings.

Panels allow experts to discuss a current topic of interest in IT education or research. Panel organizers are responsible for selecting appropriate panelists to participate. A panel will normally have at most four panelists including the organizer. Panel submissions should include a list of panelists, their affiliations, a description of the topics, and a brief position statement from each panelist. All panelists are expected to attend the conference and participate in the panel. Panel proposals are limited to two pages and will be published in the conference proceedings.

Workshops allow presenters to provide a tutorial or hands-on exploration of a topic in which attendees are expected to actively participate. The workshop proposer is required to attend the conference. Workshop proposals are limited to two pages and will be published in the conference proceedings.

Participants are invited to prepare big idea talks that present works that attempt to challenge traditional thinking and/or wherein authors are actively seeking feedback from the SIGITE community. Accepted talks will be presented in a session where each author is given 10 minutes to present their big idea including feedback. Big idea talk proposals are limited to one page. Accepted talks will be published in the conference proceedings.

Manuscripts considered Work in Progress (WiP) can be submitted as an extended abstract (up to two pages). Extended abstracts will be reviewed by the program committee for inclusion in the conference proceedings and will be presented as posters during the conference itself. We especially encourage submissions from MS and PhD students who would like feedback on their research efforts. Authors of accepted abstracts will be asked to present their ideas in the form of a poster.

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