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CITE is not Unseen at ITSA

CITE is not Unseen at ITSA


The Consortium for ITS Training and Education (CITE) attended the recent Intelligent Transportation Society of America (ITSA) 2009 Annual Meeting which was held June 1-3 at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland. As an exhibitor with the I-95 Corridor Coalition CITE drew a crowd of its own offering a puzzling challenge, free tootsie pops and beach bags. Besides the freebies, CITE offered information about the many online courses it offers as well as information about the popular blended courses. Blended courses combine the best features of both instructor-led and on-line instruction.  They offer live discussions with an instructor through conference calls, interaction with other students, convenient on-line course materials, and a specific time frame to complete the course. For more information about year’s Annual Meeting visit ITS America’s Event Highlight’s page.

About CITE

The Consortium for ITS Training and Education (CITE) is a unique organization of university and industry partners focused on providing comprehensive advanced transportation training and education. CITE has developed interactive web-based courses in advanced transportation for current professionals and college students. Training courses for continuing education units (CEU’s) from the University of Maryland are available directly through CITE. College level for-credit courses developed by CITE are offered through CITE’s University Partners. For more information about CITE visit: www.citeconsortium.org.

June 15, 2009


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