Canada , Calgary, Alberta·October 10 - 13, 2012
$310 ACM Members Early (Ends Aug 31)
$320 Non-Members Early (Ends Aug 31)
$340 ACM Members (After Aug 31)
$370 Non-Members (After Aug 31)
The SIGITE 2012 conference itself be held in the Hotel Arts, which is a 175-room, full-service boutique hotel in the exciting heart of Calgary.
119 - 12th Avenue SW
Calgary, AB T2R 0G8
Mention SIGITE 2012 or ACM or Association of Computing Machinery to get the special room rate.
The 13th Annual Conference on Information Technology Education and the 1st Annual Research in IT Conference will be hosted together by Mount Royal University and be held at the Hotel Arts in the city of Calgary, Alberta, Canada on October 11-13. Both conferences are sponsored by the ACM Special Interest Group on Information Technology Education (SIGITE).
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. This year includes our introduction of a new IT Research conference; our aim is to provide a venue for showcasing research in information technology that may or may not have a connection with teaching IT. These two conferences, carrying the joint theme of Working Together: Research & Education for IT, will be co-located and tightly integrated; attendees will be able to attend sessions of both at no additional charge.
Calgary is a vibrant modern city with a population over 1.2 million, making it the fourth largest city in Canada. Host of the 1988 Winter Olympics, Calgary has an exciting cultural scene, ample shopping, and world-renowned restaurants. From peaks to plains, Calgary has also been blessed with abundant natural beauty. Whether it be rugged mountain parks, rolling prairies, boreal forests, or desert Badlands, there is no shortage of natural recreations in the Calgary region.
Mount Royal celebrated its 100th anniversary as a post-secondary institute in 2011, and today is home to over 12,000 credit students. The conference itself will be held in the Hotel Arts, which is a 175-room, full-service boutique hotel in the exciting heart of Calgary. it is steps away from the city’s emerging arts and entertainment district and its vibrant business centre. It offers a relaxing blend of modern luxury and sumptuous cuisine. Enjoy personal restoration through its well-appointed suites, spa-like amenities, and its stunning pool and poolside patio. On the premises are two award-winning restaurants, the Saint Germain, and one of the city’s most chic retro-lounges, the Raw Bar.