11th Annual Computer Science and Information Technology Symposium

Register Now for CSTA’s Annual CS&IT Conference

July 11, 12, & 13, 2011 Columbia University, New York

July 11: Hands-on Workshops
July 12: Keynotes and Breakouts
July 13: Imagine Cup Activities

You are cordially invited to attend the 11h annual Computer Science & Information Technology Symposium at Columbia University Faculty House in New York, NY!

This CSTA conference is a professional development opportunity for computer science and information technology teachers who need practical, classroom focused information to help them prepare their students for the future.

Symposium Opportunities for Learning:
Take advantage of this opportunity for relevant professional development!

• Explore issues and trends relating directly to your classroom
• Network with top professionals from across the country
• Interact with other teachers to gain new perspectives on shared challenges

Act now to register for Symposium 2011 at:


Pre-registration is required and will be accepted for the first 250 teachers. You will receive a letter of confirmation when your registration is processed that will include the final agenda and location details. Registration deadline is June 28, 2011. Also please note that you must complete the Google checkout in order to be fully registered for the conference!

Find more information (including the full agenda) at:


Thanks to the generous donations of our sponsors, the registration fee of $40 (+$50 per workshop) includes lunches, resource materials, conference reception, raffle, and exciting Microsoft Imagine Cup activities in New York City.

Please note that all workshops are “bring your own laptop” and that registration is limited to 25-30 participants so please be sure to register early to get your workshop choice.

The 2011 CSTA CS&IT conference is made possible by the generous support of Microsoft Research, Google, and the Anita Borg Institute.

Please join us for this exciting event!

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